1 Day Conference - 1st June 2020
Social Thinking Across the Home and School Day:
The ILAUGH Model

Central London - Coin Street Conference Centre, SE1 9NH

 

For 20 years, Social Thinking has been developing and sharing its unique teaching methods to help individuals improve their social skills and social understanding. Over 1 million people have benefited worldwide from the award-winning treatment strategies and materials.
Additional information can be found at www.socialthinking.com

 

 

1 Day Conference - 1st June 2020

 

Social Thinking® Across the Home and School Day: The ILAUGH Model

This conference will provide strategies suitable to help school age children from 5 years to young adults who have average/above average educational levels or mild to moderate learning difficulties.

 

Speakers:

Main speaker: Pamela Crooke

Michelle Garcia Winner will introduce the Conference and speak for the first half of the morning

 

Much of the day will focus on the ILAUGH Model of Social Cognition. ILAUGH is an acronym for Initiating Communication, Listening with Eyes and Brain, Abstract and Inferential Thinking, Understanding Perspective, Getting the Big Picture, and Humor & Human Relatedness. The ILAUGH model demonstrates not only why people with social learning challenges have weaker social abilities but also how social interpretation is linked to academic tasks such as written expression, conversational language, reading comprehension, and organisational skills.

 

As we wrap up the day, we will explore how to teach at the roots—and not through the leaves—of the Social Thinking–Social Learning Tree. We will then discuss how to write realistic IEP goals based on rubrics. Mainstream teachers find the information in this course applicable to all students as it pertains to social emotional learning and audiences around the world love that it furthers their own social emotional insights! In this course you will discover an array of concepts and strategies that bolster social learning and help students meet socially based educational standards. (read more)

 

Additional information can be found at https://www.socialthinking.com

 

 

Speakers

 

Dr Pamela J. Crooke

PhD, CCC-SLP • Chief Strategy Officer

 

Pamela J. Crooke is the Chief Strategy Officer of Research, Content, Clinical Services and the Director of Social Thinking Training & Speakers Collaborative.

 

Pam has co-authored, with Michelle Garcia Winner, five award-winning books related to Social Thinking: Socially Curious and Curiously Social, You Are a Social Detective, Social Fortune or Social Fate, Social Town, and their most recent book geared to adults, Social Thinking at Work: Good Intentions Are Not Good Enough. She and Winner collaborate on writing articles and blogs that appear on the Social Thinking website and in a wide array of publications.
(read more)

 

 

Michelle Garcia Winner

Founder & CEO Social Thinking • MA., CCC-SLP

 

Michelle Garcia Winner is a speech and language therapist (SLT) who specialises in the treatment of students with social cognitive deficits at the Social Thinking Centre, her clinic in California.

She coined the term “Social Thinking®” in the mid-1990s and continued to evolve the Social Thinking framework that today includes information, vocabulary, curriculum, and strategies that help individuals with social learning challenges become better social thinkers. (read more)

 

 

Note: To benefit from the programme the children and young adults need to have sufficient verbal comprehension skills. For more information contact: info@sltcommunicationcourses.co.uk

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