Category Archives: Self-Monitoring

Great Books for Teaching Social Skills

The folks at “We are Teachers” have compiled a list of books appropriate for teaching social skills to young children in a fun, engaging manner. I have read most of them, but I’m looking forward to checking out a few that are … Continue reading

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Video Self-Modeling

I came across the strength based strategy of video self-modeling while looking at ways to improve my instruction in classroom social skills needed to increase time on task.  I use videos of my students to give feedback about classroom behaviors, … Continue reading

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Teaching Self-Management Skills to Young Children

  This may sound far-fetched as you’re watching more than one of your preschoolers flit from one activity to another, never actually completing a task, but young children can be taught self-management (or self-monitoring) skills.  You just have to bring it … Continue reading

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