Michelle Garcia Winner Pamela Crooke Kelly Knopp
You Are a Social Detective: Explaining Social Thinking to Kids
April 08, 2019 Comments.. 612
You Are a Social Detective: Explaining Social Thinking to Kids Michelle Garcia Winner Pamela Crooke Kelly Knopp This isn t just a book for students who have challenges relating to autism spectrum disorders, Asperger s, ADHD and like challenges The lessons also offer a variety of engaging ways to introduce the concepts of social thinking to general education teachers, paraprofessionals, parents, caregivers, and special educators.. You Are a Social Detective Explaining Social Thinking to Kids This isn t just a book for students who have challenges relating to autism spectrum disorders Asperger s ADHD and like challenges The lessons also offer a variety of engaging ways to introduce the c
  • Title: You Are a Social Detective: Explaining Social Thinking to Kids
  • Author: Michelle Garcia Winner Pamela Crooke Kelly Knopp
  • ISBN: 9780884272007
  • Page: 452
  • Format: Paperback
  • You Are a Social Detective: Explaining Social Thinking to Kids Michelle Garcia Winner Pamela Crooke Kelly Knopp

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    1. Jonathan Peto says:

      I read another book by Michelle Garcia Winner a few months ago that was aimed at adults trying to understand what makes a person with social cognitive deficits tick This one is to read with such a person, to use in trying to introduce a child or adult, maybe to concepts and vocabulary related to social thinking.It includes three lessons in the back that could be used with a group of children, such as in a classroom setting, but those lessons do not comprehensively breakdown every important or bi [...]

    2. Eva says:

      This book seems to mean well, but conflates the good with the normal to an appalling degree.

    3. Anne Snyder says:

      This book is a great book to help kids or adults become socially aware and think through how others think about them, what is normal, and how their actions affect others and others actions affect them It s also interesting enough that I think kids would like it and grasp the ideas In the back, it has some suggestions for practical lessons you can do with kids to help teach them to be aware of social skills and to develop their social smarts In this way, they can become a social detective to lea [...]

    4. Tweedledum says:

      Brilliant My students love it

    5. Amanda says:

      A must for teaching social skills.

    6. Krystal says:

      A bit wordy at times but excellent visuals of concepts.

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