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15th Annual Global Providers’
Online Conference

Join Us June 24-26, 2022
9 AM - 12:40 PM Pacific Time

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Our livestream events provide you with practical strategies, tools, and information gleaned from decades of working with social learners (e.g. ADHD, developmental language differences, twice exceptional, autism spectrum levels 1 and 2). During our livestream courses, select comments and questions from attendees will be reviewed during Q&A.


This is your opportunity for deeper learning and to earn CE Credit (if you’re eligible) all at an affordable price.

15th Annual Social Thinking Global Providers’ Online Conference

Brand New Course

What’s It Mean to “Behave”?

Tips, Tools & Strategies for Teaching Students Self-Regulation

When a student’s behavior (actions or reactions) is out of sync with what the group is doing, they’re often labeled as a “behavior problem.” We’ll rethink “behavior problems” by teaching lessons that promote development of social competencies, including the power of hidden expectations and the role of Superflex, Social Fortune or Social Fate, and other curricula in the learning process, as well as other self-regulation strategies for use in the classroom, playground, and home.
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Brand new course! Replay access through September 30
3.5 hours toward CE credit, if applicable
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Concrete Literal Learners

Part 1: Understanding and Supporting the Social Emotional Learning needs of Challenged Social Communicators

Series Name: Zooming In on Strategies for Concrete Literal Learners

If you are working or living with an individual(s) who tends to be very literal in how they interpret and respond to social information, this course will explore their social learning needs. Using video from treatment sessions, we’ll outline the characteristics of five different types of social learners and zoom into exploring those considered Challenged Social Communicators (CSC). We’ll provide concrete examples of how these social learners interpret information in a very, very literal manner, which contributes to extreme challenges with problem-solving abilities. Practical strategies to encourage the development of fundamental social concepts will be demonstrated. Treatment recommendations will focus on helping these social learners become a little more flexible when interpreting what’s happening in their social world.
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Replay access through September 30
3 hours toward CE credit, if applicable
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Concrete Literal Learners

Part 2: Strategies for Expanding Social Emotional Learning in Emerging Social Communicators

Series Name: Zooming In on Strategies for Concrete Literal Learners

Literal-minded individuals—who may have a diagnosis on the autism spectrum, ADHD, twice exceptional and/or sensory integration challenges— are often reported to struggle with social competencies and exhibit a range of other learning differences and/or challenges related to socially based critical thinking. Video-based case studies will offer treatment ideas and show how these social learners evolve in their understanding of the social world as they grow up. Group treatment ideas for different age groups will also be introduced.
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Replay access through September 30
3 hours toward CE credit, if applicable
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Brand New Course

What’s a Friend, and Do I Really Need Friends?

Tips & Strategies to Make and Keep Friends, Unpack Social Dislikes & Manage Social Anxiety

The ability to make and keep a friend is something most of us take for granted. However, when it’s hard to make a friend or a friendship dissolves into dislikes, it’s important to have metacognitively based concepts and strategies to help us engage to meet our own personal goals. In this livestream-recorded online training, we’ll unpack different aspects of peer-based relations, from friendship to dislike, and provide practical strategies and perspective-taking activities to encourage student motivation to continue to develop increasingly complex relational social competencies as they age.
Expires
Brand new course! Replay access through September 30
3.5 hours toward CE credit, if applicable
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Providers' Day 1

Strategies, Language & Tech Tools for Improving Executive Functions: Time Travel, Self-Awareness, Self-Evaluation & Self-Regulation

Day 1 of Our 15th Annual Social Thinking Global Providers’ Online Conference

Executive functions are important for developing social and organizational competencies throughout our daily activities. While it may be obvious that social and organizational learning helps us to work in groups and acquire academic information, these same core competencies help us socially problem solve within and across our daily lives. Sarah Ward, an internationally recognized expert and dynamic speaker on executive functions, followed by Michelle Garcia Winner and Dr. Pamela Crooke, co-developers of the Social Thinking Methodology, present two different keynotes on this complex topic. Social and organizational awareness, prioritizing, and goal setting to then develop and carry out realistic action plans are some of the many concepts we expect students to acquire without direct instruction. In this course, you’ll learn how to use specific language, tech tools & strategies to foster development of situational awareness, mental time travel, self-awareness, and self-evaluation—all of which contribute to personal self-regulation.
Streaming Live on June 24 with Replay Access through July 25 (each day sold separately)
3.5 hours toward CE credit, if applicable
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Providers' Day 2

Digital Tools & Games to Motivate Students in Developing Self-Regulation & Social Learning

Day 2 of Our 15th Annual Social Thinking Global Providers’ Online Conference

Students often find technology and games of all sorts to be motivating and fun. Our goal as interventionists is to use these engaging tools to foster their metacognitive awareness of group think. Sean Sweeney, returns to the Providers’ Conference to kick off Day 2 where you’ll discover specific digital tools to motivate and support your students/clients’ social learning of key concepts to enhance their perspective taking, working together in groups, and forming stronger social connections. In the second keynote, Allison King leads her team of expert practitioners in unpacking innovative best practices for selecting and implementing games to better support students’ quest to learn strategies toward accomplishing their self-identified goals.
Streaming Live on June 25 with Replay Access through July 25 (each day sold separately)
3.5 hours toward CE credit, if applicable
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Providers' Day 3

Implementing Social Thinking® Schoolwide: Bringing the Concepts into Classrooms & Beyond

Day 3 of Our 15th Annual Social Thinking Global Providers’ Online Conference

The same abilities to think socially that are required to relate effectively to others are also essential for success in academics. Dynamic practitioners and award-winning coauthors, Kari Zweber Palmer and Ryan Hendrix team up again to explore the use of concepts within the Social Thinking Methodology that can be used from the start of a new school year or any time in between. This course explains how to set up for social connection and academic success in schools. Review core strategies and tools to support students in learning more about the social world around them and navigating to regulate to meet their own needs and social goals. We’ll focus on practical strategies and ideas for use in classrooms, as well as schoolwide implementation, building a bridge between environments and people to support the social mind and learning across a student’s day.
Streaming Live on June 26 with Replay Access through July 25 (each day sold separately)
3.5 hours toward CE credit, if applicable
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