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Increase your emotional intelligence.

By David Joel Miller. Emotional intelligence is more important than you may think. Most people are very familiar with the idea of IQ, the kind of intelligence that written tests can measure.  What gets overlooked often is the concept of … Cont...
by counseolrssoapbox on Jul 11, 2016

EDUCATION - Building Good Social Skills

"Kindergarteners with good social skills turn into successful adults, study finds" PBS NewsHour 7/16/2015ExcerptSUMMARY:  In a report released today, researchers found that kindergarteners’ social skills, like cooperation, listening to others...
by Mage Soapbox on Jul 20, 2015

How to Help Your Child Make Friends

Parents often worry whether their child is fitting in socially and if they are making enough friends, the right friends, and more.  Common among young children, it may difficult for them to socialize and make new friends.  As a parent, it is up to...
by Less Than Perfect Parents on Apr 18, 2015

4 Easy Ways to Develop Your Charisma

Charisma is one of those intangible qualities of a human being that you cannot exactly describe in words. In some ways, it is the X-factor that separates the ordinary from the extraordinary. Charisma is a virtue that accentuates and sheds light on ev...
by MoneyMiniBlog on Apr 17, 2015

Power Social Skills by Carlos Xuma

Power Social Skills by Carlos Xuma Author: Carlos Xuma Size: 649 MB COST: $197= Your Free Website: http://www.powersocialskills.com/ “Would You Like to Avoid People’s Games, Connect More Authentically With Others, and Get the Social Life You’ve...
by Tutorialdl on Mar 5, 2015

Two Children, One Spectrum: Social Skills

  I hope everyone had a great holiday season and found the time for some rest. I guess I wasn’t ready for the holiday break to be over, because I’m a week late in getting back to this!   Today is the last topical post in the ser...

Two Children, One Spectrum: Social Skills

  I hope everyone had a great holiday season and found the time for some rest. I guess I wasn’t ready for the holiday break to be over, because I’m a week late in getting back to this!   Today is the last topical post in the ser...

Social Skills are Special Skills

Making sure that special ed students receive an academic education is usually the goal of teachers, but one group has realized that social skills are […]...
by How To Learn on Jun 23, 2014

Encouraging Social Skills For Kids At Home

(Written by Elle Yi and David Zielinski)  Kids need many opportunities to play with their friends and go on trips with their families. Now is the time to put away the cell phones and video games and shut off the computers and televisions. Children h...
by ParentingInformer on Apr 10, 2014

Autism Awareness App Sales 2014

Do check back daily as we will be adding new sales throughout the month. Sale dates for each app differs, so check the listing carefully. Remember to always check the price before downloading. Please share this list with your colleagues, friends and...
by The iMum on Apr 2, 2014

The iMums Favorite Reviewed Apps For Autism 2014

April is Autism Awareness Month and The iMums wanted to showcase some of the apps that are helpful to people with this complex neuro-developmental disorder. Many children with Autism respond really well to electronics, and iPads can be a very useful...
by The iMum on Apr 2, 2014

A Time for Autism Awareness, Acceptance, Understanding and Inclusion

April 2nd, 2014, is World Autism Awareness Day, and the whole month of April is dedicated to raising Autism Awareness. At The iMums we will be highlighting apps that are helpful for children on the Autism Spectrum and running a series of articles wr...
by The iMum on Apr 1, 2014

April 2014 – a Time for Autism Awareness, Acceptance, Understanding and Inclusion

April 2nd, 2014, is World Autism Awareness Day, and the whole month of April is dedicated to raising Autism Awareness. At The iMums we will be highlighting apps that are helpful for children on the Autism Spectrum and running a series of articles wr...
by The iMum on Apr 1, 2014

Questions of Effectiveness for Anti Bullying Programs

Questions of effectiveness for anti bullying programs were highlighted as schools across New Jersey this week posted self-assessed anti bullying scores. The scores, which ranged […]...
by How To Learn on Mar 30, 2014

Questions of Effectiveness for Anti Bullying Programs

Questions of effectiveness for anti bullying programs were highlighted as schools across New Jersey this week posted self-assessed anti bullying scores. The scores, which ranged […]...
by How To Learn on Mar 30, 2014

Learning to Play Nice

In some schools academics aren't enough of a lesson, and learning to play nice is part of the curriculum. If public schools were grocery stores, […]...
by How To Learn on Mar 2, 2014

Teaching Social Skills: Self-Control For Kids

(Written by Jessica Klein) Self-control refers to having power or control over one’s own actions. Children who do not make choices for their own behavior, but instead rely on other children, parents, teachers, or adults to make choices for them, d...
by ParentingInformer on Feb 13, 2014

Muffin Baking Builds Math Skills and Community

A special education class has found that muffin baking builds math skills and community with the whole school. The tasty aroma of more than 200 […]...
by How To Learn on Jan 4, 2014

9 Amazing Tips To Help Your Child Make Friends Easily

Friendship is one of the most integral as well as critical phase of childhood. Your child’s emotional self is development is massively influenced by the kind of friends he has or does not have. Because the children are very vulnerable at this y...
by Loving Your Child on Dec 16, 2013

Best Benefits of Social and Emotional Curriculum

So what are the best benefits of social and emotional curriculum? Brian Fizer's third-grade class is learning about being social and about their emotions. In [...]...
by How To Learn on Dec 9, 2013


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