Digital products to help you empower your students to explore the social world
Social Situation Mapping: Making Sense of the Social World
Helping Learners Understand and Make Choices in the Social World
What’s going on around us influences our thoughts, feelings, and choices. Social Situation Mapping (formerly Social Behavior Mapping) teaches learners how to use social observation to figure out what do or say (or not do and say) based on the situation. Revised, updated, and retitled, this practical book includes 80+ completed Social Situation Maps to explore 40+ common situations at school, home, and in the community. The maps outline the Social Emotional Chain Reaction, which shows how we all impact one another when sharing space, and provide multiple options for choices and their consequences through the learner’s perspective.
Social Thinking and Me Kids' Guidebook to Social Emotional Learning
Social Thinking and Me Kids' Guidebook provides an engaging platform to teach children, students, or clients about social awareness and self-regulation. The Guidebook is available in print or as a digital download and is designed to help children in upper elementary and middle school transition into the more socially complex and socially demanding older grades and become stronger social problem solvers. Kids are introduced to Social Thinking Vocabulary and concepts in different social contexts. Concepts are explained using age-relevant social situations, cool illustrated pictures, and lots of group discussions that can aid each student on their journey to becoming a better social thinker. The Social Thinking and Me Kids’ Guidebook is also part of a two-book set. The set is only available in print, and includes the guidebook plus 54 fun and instructive "thinksheets” that align with chapter topics in the guidebook.
This award-winning book unpacks the power of our social cognition. It’s written for both neurotypcial and Neurodivergent adult readers to better understand the powerful ways in which we “read” not only what people mean by what they say, but also how others perceive how we emotionally relate. The title reflects a problem experienced by so many clients who report their “good intentions” were met with disappointing outcomes as they worked towards their social goals. This book is also a good primer for neurotypical employers/employees or HR departments to read about the experiences and perspectives of Neurodivergent coworkers, and perhaps develop empathy for the complexity of the bi-directional social learning process. Provides practical strategies for how to effectively work in a group, understand the hidden rules of the social world—including workplace etiquette and politics—and build relationships.
New edition! All-new language, content, and book cover design featuring artwork by a Neurodivergent artist! Teen and young adult readers give rave reviews of this award-winning “get real” guidebook with anime illustrations that helps social learners sail the stormy seas of dating, texting, lies, and everyday relationships. Targeted social emotional strategies encourage readers to better navigate their social worlds, develop stronger social competencies, and manage social anxiety. Interventionists (parents, caregivers, and professionals) appreciate how it better equips them to explain the Social Thinking® process, helping young adults learn to use metacognitive strategies to navigate to self-regulate within social situations.
This unique resource explores core questions related to the importance of social emotional learning in academic, professional, and personal well-being. Why Teach Social Thinking? details how components of the Social Thinking® Methodology can support learning in a group, paying attention, self-regulating emotions, and even improving academic performance. It also addresses the evidence-informed and research base that is foundational to the Social Thinking® Methodology.