Training in Core Social Skills©
... In the Classroom
From our very popular AND successful Training in Core
Social Skills© program for children and teens, comes a new workshop for educators to help all students become more informed, confident and skilled at interacting in a socially successful way!
Since beginning our Training in Core Social Skills© programs for children, parents and educators have seen significant gains in confidence and social interaction skills by our program participants. So much so they've asked us to teach them how to use our methods with their entire class or student body.
We’re now ready to offer these coaching strategies to those working with students in schools on a daily basis. Participants will learn proven hands-on methods for coaching children in Core Social Skills© as well as how to integrate these methods into their daily language and classroom routines to benefit all their students and enhance the cooperative and collaborative environment of the classroom!
Who should attend?
Participants will include elementary school administrators, counsellors, special needs facilitators, teachers, educational assistants, recess and lunch supervisors, and anyone at your school who works with your students!
Date: Fall 2018 – 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Cost: $350/participant (incl. light lunch & refreshments)
(10% discount for school groups of 3 or more and those registered June 30, 2018).
Location: 15108-76 Ave., Edmonton (Rio Terrace Church)
Facilitator: Corinne Eckert is a registered psychologist,
director of Corinne Eckert Child & Adolescent Psychology and developer of the Training in Core Social Skills© program. As a former teacher, school counsellor and behaviour specialist, Corinne has a wealth of experience helping facilitate positive behavior and emotional and social health in children.
Over the past 10 years, our Training in Core Social Skills© program has enjoyed great success helping participants grow their confidence and skills in social interaction. We are now pleased to offer it in three locations, as well as a summer program!
Overview of Topics
1. Understanding Social Skills Deficits
● The different types of social skill difficulties
students may have and why they may act a
certain way with peers.
2. Social skills that are important for students to
● Social cognition concepts as a foundation to
building and increasing our awareness of the
key Social Skills students need to understand
(there's more to it than manners!).
3. How teachers and others working with
students can help:
● Increasing your ability to intervene and coach
effectively by adopting a coaching perspective
with all students.
● Integrating Training in Core Social Skills©
concepts and language into your daily
interactions with students!
● Using specific coaching techniques to foster
confidence, assertiveness and collaboration in
students in their social interactions.
● Embedding coaching into your daily student
● Facilitating safe and guided practice
● Using strategies to help your students integrate
social skills into their behaviour, as well as
generalize them to other environments.