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SMART Kid Social Skills Posters


Teach your students to be socially SMART!

SMART posters reflect the skills taught in each unit of SMART Kids: A Safe & Civil Schools Social Skills Curriculum.

A SMART poster illustrates a Social Story that provides students with the specific behaviors they can practice to demonstrate that social skill.

The skills students work on throughout the curriculum include:

  • SMART Greetings
  • SMART Looking and Listening
  • SMART Following Directions
  • SMART Polite Requests
  • SMART Compliments
  • SMART Taking Turns
  • SMART Including Others
  • SMART Friends
  • SMART Accepting "No"
  • SMART Cooling Down
  • SMART Apologies

Help your students learn Social grace, Manners, And Respectful Talk and save valuable preparation time by purchasing these fourteen colorful, ready-to-use SMART Kid Social Skills posters!

PRODUCT DETAILS

For Grades:
  K–1
ISBN:
  978-1-59909-044-3
Publication Date:
  2010
Details:
  14 posters (11.5" x 15")
Product ID:
  044-3
Price: $25.00

Susan Mulkey, M.Ed.

Susan Mulkey


ABOUT SUSAN MULKEY

Susan L. Mulkey is an author and trainer in social skills, behavior management, effective instructional practices, reading strategies, classroom coaching, and collaborative teaching. Susan has more than 30 years of experience across several educational settings, including elementary, middle school, and high school.

She conducts more than 50 workshops and staff development sessions each year in Utah and across the United States. She spent six years conducting training for Department of Defense schools in Germany, Japan, and Korea. She is a former project coordinator for a statewide staff development center, university instructor, consulting teacher, and special/general education teacher. She continues to consult independently for schools and school teams participating in Positive Behavior Supports. She is currently involved in a variety of classroom coaching activities and demonstration teaching related to the use of effective instructional strategies, prereferral interventions related to RTI, schoolwide social skills, and behavior management.

Susan has coauthored TGIF: But What Will I Do on Monday?, TGIF: Making It Work on Monday, Cool Kids: A Proactive Approach to Social Responsibility, One-Minute Skill Builder, TRIP: Translating Research Into Practice, Working Together: Tools for Collaborative Teaching, and a video, Working Together: What Collaborative Teaching Can Look Like.

 

Marilyn Sprick, M.S.

Marilyn Sprick


ABOUT MARILYN SPRICK

Marilyn Sprick is the lead author of Read Well K–2, Read Well Spelling and Writing Conventions 1 and 2, and Read Well Composition 1. With more than 35 years in education, Marilyn has been a general education teacher, special education teacher, and Title I learning specialist.

As an educational consultant, Marilyn has provided training in literacy, curriculum adaptation, and collaborative instruction for thousands of teachers throughout the United States and Canada. Marilyn’s focus is on scaffolding and differentiating curriculum, explicit instruction, motivating students, and diagnostic prescriptive teaching. She is well respected for her ability to inspire teachers and translate research into classroom practice.

Marilyn is also author of “Intervention B: Academic Assistance” in Interventions: Evidence-Based Behavioral Strategies for Individual Students and a coauthor of Meaningful Work, Tough Kid: On-Task in a Box, and SMART Kids: Social Grace, Manners, and Respectful Talk. Marilyn is president of Pacific Northwest Publishing, a small, elite publishing house that focuses on highly effective, research-based resources for educators.

Read Well K-2 Training. Marilyn Sprick and a group of highly qualified trainers provide expert professional development in the K–2 Read Well programs. For additional information, training tips and hints, visit the Read Well Teach Well website.

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