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Title: Social Skills


1
Social Skills Screening
2
Introduction to Social Competence
  • Why is it important for student to have social
    skills to learn?

3
  • Encoding and Interpreting
  • Response and Response Decision Making
  • Enactment (observable)

4
Common Problems
  • Aggressiveness
  • Social Withdrawal
  • Non-responsiveness
  • Poor Quality of Interactions

5
Common Problems
  • Acquisition and Fluency
  • Generalization and Maintenance
  • Competing Behavior Problems

6
Objectives of Social Skills Instruction
  • Skill acquisition
  • Enhance skill performance
  • Reduce or eliminate competing behavior problems
  • Facilitate Generalization

7
  • Role Play
  • Modeling
  • Coaching
  • Teach expectations
  • Teach skills in natural contexts

8
  • Social problem solving
  • Teach good choices
  • Use rehearsal
  • Rehearse in difficult situations

9
Stop and Think Social Skills Program (Knoff, 2001)
  • Teaching
  • Modeling
  • Role Playing

10
Stop and Think Social Skills Program (Knoff, 2001)
  • Giving Performance Feedback
  • Application (students use skill)

11
Stop and Think Steps
  • Stop and Think (use gesture as cue, such as hand
    out)
  • Good Choice or Bad Choice (end with good choice-
    I want you to make a good choice)
  • What are my choices or steps
  • Do it
  • Good Job!

12
When Modeling
  • Make sure your students have prerequisite skills
    to be successful
  • Are taught using a language they can understand

13
When Modeling
  • Are taught in simple steps that ensure success
  • Here the social skills script as you model the
    behavior

14
When Role Playing
  • Verbalize, repeat, or hear the social skills
    script as the student demonstrates the
    appropriate behavior
  • Practice only the appropriate social skill
  • Role play and practice regularly

15
When Role Playing
  • Use relevant practice situations that simulate
    the emotional intensity of real situations
  • Practice skills at an age appropriate level

16
Hidden Skills
  • Teach survival in general education
  • Self- control
  • Following directions

17
Generalization!
  • It is well know that students can learn social
    skills in social skills groups or lessons within
    a given class, but not generalize
  • Teach in different environments

18
Generalization
  • Different situations
  • Teach responses to different cues
  • Teach responses to stress

19
A Targeted Intervention for Behavior Video- the
Behavior Education Program
20
Screening
  • Behavior Screening Tools
  • Systematic Screening for Behavior Disorders
  • Office Discipline Referrals
  • Academic Screening Tools
  • Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills
    (DIBELS)
  • Math-CBM
  • Reading-CBM

21
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Screening Process
23
Systematic Screening to Determine Need and Focus
ResourcesAdapted from Cheney, Walker, Blum
(2003)
  • Tier I initial and Universal
  • Social/ Behavioral
    Health/Medical
    Academic
  • Systematic Screening of
  • Behavior Disorders (SSBD)

    Reading/Math CBM or
  • Gate 1 2

    DIBELS
  • Progress Monitoring
    Progress Monitoring
    Progress Monitoring
  • Office Discipline Referral
    Informal Observation/
    Ongoing CBMs
  • Social Skills Tool (e.g. SSRS)
    Family and Teacher Report
  • Attendance/Tardy
  • Identification of Tier II/ Supports
    Target Students

24
Tier II Support
  • Family Support
  • Academic Tier II intervention
  • Social Skills Tier II intervention
  • Medical Referral
  • Combination of Tier II supports
  • Simple FBA
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