Social Emotional Learning-Parents

Joint Attention Examples

Simply, joint attention is a shared experience between you and your child – when you both realize it is a shared experience – even if it is just for a fleeting moment. We need joint attention before we can communicate effectively. The Official Definition: Joint attention is the ability to “maintain a common focus with …

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Emotional-Regulation

Why Practicing Can Help with Emotional Regulation, by Oregon Behaviour Consultation Being mad “makes us dumb”. Make a plan. Practise to make the best choice ahead of time. Use visual prompts (talk less) to support the person having a hard time. Adjust the plan as needed and practice again. 5 Unhelpful Responses Don’t talk. Don’t …

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