For over 40 years the James Stanfield Company has been producing award-winning programs to promote Social Competence and Transition Readiness in students with cognitive, learning and/or behavioral disabilities. Its President, Dr. James Stanfield, is a nationally recognized authority in Special Education and Instructional Design. He’s been a classroom teacher, directed federally funded research programs and was a Professor of Special Education before starting his own organization. In other words, unlike the vast majority of other educational publishers, Dr. Stanfield has been there. He knows how children learn and what teachers need to teach them.
Students will identify what teasing is and why people tease. They will identify the negative effects of HOT and COLD responses to teasing and they will understand how the ACTING COOL response can be an effective response to teasing.
Students will understand how the COOL response of "asking to stop" can be an effective response to teasing. Students will learn to identify four choices for handing teasing: ignoring, laughing it off, changing the subject, and asking the teaser to stop.
Students will learn to identify what anger is and why people become angry. They will understand the difference between fair and unfair anger from others. Students will learn to identify the negative effects of HOT and COLD responses to anger and how the ACTING COOL response can be an effective re...