Teach Social Skills to 6th-12th Graders Using the PEERspective Model - January 29th, 2020
Jennifer M. Schmidt, M. Ed., is the creator of the PEERspective model. She is an Intervention Specialist and Autism Consultant for Beavercreek City Schools and Adjunct faculty at Wright State University.
Megan Tomlin, M.Ed., is an Intervention Specialist for grades 6-8 for Beavercreek City Schools and Beavercreek City Schools 2019 teacher of the year.
In this webinar you will:
- Learn about some of the EBP used in the PEERspective model.
- You will leave with concrete examples and lesson ideas to use in your setting.
- You will learn the importance of intentionally teaching social skills.
- Hopefully, you’ll be convinced to start PEERspective in your setting!
Jennifer's Book on the PEERspective Model:
Access the slides from this presentation.
Conversation Club Webinar - June 14th, 2019
Do you have students who have a difficult time starting a conversation, keeping a conversation going over multiple turns, or repairing a conversation that has broken down?
If you have answered yes to any of these questions or would like to know more about teaching children both the "how" and "why" of conversations, join our webinar on June 12th to learn more about the Conversation Club.
Conversation Club is a research-based social curriculum that will help children with social cognition challenges learn the constellation of skills required for successful conversation.
During the webinar, we will share with you engaging activities that you can integrate into your classroom right away.