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Improve Difficult Behaviors by Teaching Kids the Social and Emotional Skills You Need Them to Know

Many of the difficult behaviors that get in the way of teaching and learning occur because kids don’t have the social and emotional skills that are being asked of them. The solution is straightforward: identify the social and emotional skills you need your students to have and teach them those skills. Don’t get hung up on thinking you aren’t qualified to do this, or that you need a curriculum. YOU can teach kids the social and emotional skills you wish they had.

Audience: General and special education teachers, school and district administrators, guidance counselors, school social workers, school adjustment counselors, school psychologists, paraprofessionals, PreK-12.