When it’s Tough to Make Friends: Self -Regulation Strategies that Work (Exceptional Learners within Inclusive Classrooms Symposium)

Themes:
Curriculum and PedagogyGuidance and Student Support ServicesInclusive EducationExceptional Learners within Inclusive Classrooms Symposium
What:
1 Hour Session
When:
Thursday Feb 15   10:45 AM to 11:45 AM (1 hour)
Where:
Hyatt - Doll
Tags:
Early Childhood Education (Pre K-Kindergarden)Division 1 (Grades 1-3)Division 2 (Grades 4-6)

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The CanLearn Society offers assessment and intervention services, ADHD coaching, counselling, literacy services, and a variety of skill development programs for children and adults. More specifically, the CanLearn Friends Program focuses on skill development in several areas including building and maintaining friendships, self-regulation, and developing confidence and self-esteem. The program is designed for both elementary and junior high students. This presentation will provide an overview of the latest research and practice in facilitation of these skills in the classroom. Presenters will also provide sample activities from the Friends Program that teachers can incorporate into classroom instruction in order to further support social and emotional development.

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