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Teaching Social Skills to Students with High Functioning Autism

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Overview

Your class can barely tolerate this kid! They correct people all the time, make obnoxious comments, and completely misread social situations. Yet, they claim to want friends! Join Ryan Jeffrey as he discusses the 6 key social skills that will help these students get out of their own way. Ryan will show you how to teach these social skills to students with high functioning autism so that they can improve their social interactions. Discover how to empower your students with the social skills that can help them to develop meaningful friendships and become accepted by others.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Other
Last aired on: Wednesday, July 11, 2018 @ 2:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Counseling, Diversity & SEL, Response to Intervention (RTI), Special Education
Tags: Autism, counseling, high functioning autism, SEL, social emotional learning, social interaction, social skills, special needs

Reviews (33)

Full Member
 
Amazing insight into the thought processes behind social skills acquisition for students with high functioning autism!
 
Interesting talking points
Full Member
 
Very interesting!
Full Member
 
Liked the acronym. Makes key points easier to remember! Thanks!
Full Member
 
Good points! Look at how we can "teach" the social skills deficits vs. looking at it simply as social defiance. Also, realizing this takes a team effort and a lot of repetition to learn social skills.
Full Member
 
Nicely presented. You presented some of the more important issues often overlooked by others.
Full Member
 
Very informative if working with students with autism
Full Member
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A great resource.
Full Member
 
Great Video.
Full Member
 
Very informative.
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