SET INTENTION! Even if you choose to skim this article, pause when you are done and set your intention for one idea (ours or yours) to try today.
Ideas don't help children, actions help children.
Want to help a child make connections, enter play positively, and learn social and language skills from their play with peers?
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... you'll get an audio overview, video demonstrations of real techniques in action, and materials to help you plan and respond when you need to help a child join in play, share with others, solve conflicts, or manage behavior in a group. With no more long training days.
It can be hard to get the whole team together, or to share strategies between home and school. With each customized tip sheet, everyone has a practical list of the strategies most helpful for each student.
Instead of requiring dialogue to change minds, we help children most when we increase the number of positive and neutral experiences they have in school and at play. Each time your staff revisits our program, they're immersed in a rich framework inviting reflection on each child's needs and strengths.
Strategies are available for all levels of motivation, from children who already desire interaction to those who are currently avoidant.
With specific instruction for entering, sustaining, and transitioning activities, Enlightened Shadowing provides simple, workable procedures at each child's motivation level.
From beginning to end, every teacher becomes a better teacher. Every child becomes a successful learner.
As its use continues, the program accumulates and analyzes all pertinent data, and makes accessing and reporting of complex learning data quick and accurate.
Expanding our database and AI informed user content
ensures improved implementation algorithms, customized suggestions for further actions, clear, customized tip sheets...all easily shared by parents, care-givers and administrators.