01 Sep Table Top! Social-Emotional Learning Games that Work and Are Actually Fun
Table Top! Social-Emotional Learning Games that Work and Are Actually Fun
Workshop333Matthew Zakreski, The Neurodiversity Collective, United States
OceaniaThu 15:45 - 17:15
Many gifted children can struggle with the social and emotional skills necessary to create and maintain relationships. While many Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) programs exist in schools, they are often not adapted to the unique needs of the gifted population. This presentation will also demonstrate some techniques on how to teach and model SEL skills for gifted children, both through the demonstration of games designed for this population and instruction on how to adapt games.