The teaching strategies used in the curriculum:
• Provide social information
• Facilitate Self-awareness/self-monitoring*
• Encourage Perspective-taking skills
• Use Video Modelling*
• Incorporate Role Play Practice
• Teach Context Sensitivity
Research shows that positive gains come from the use of these strategies; specifically in promoting independence in social functioning*.
Beyond the Limitations of Short-Term Social Skills Intervention: Working to Make a Difference That Sustains.
“…the limits of isolated social skills training over brief periods of time have been reached.” (Strain & Hoyson, 2000)
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Over the years, children and young people who used the curriculum have shown significant improvements in social, communication and emotional development, independence and friendship.
Social learning that progressively adapts to different levels of maturity.
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