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Students can access tutoring and computer labs as well as workshops, to help with the transition. The key is don’t lecture your child about what you’re trying to help him learn. It never feels good, but it’s rarely as bad as you imagine it will be. Early identification of inappropriate social and communication skills is critical to success in school. Behavior differences may become more visible when kids become teens, and social conventions become more complex. Rather than focusing on social skills alone, this program offers a series of six weekly challenges / enrichment activity for the students, allowing bright children the opportunity to enjoy mixing and working with like-minded peers, in an environment in which they are academically challenged, whilst specific social skills are targeted, modelled and reinforced in the background.

Pages: 36

Publisher: Lonely Swan Books (August 9, 2013)

ISBN: 0983584362

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