29 March 2010

Life Scoop: Teach kids social skills with "cheat sheets"

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For my next post for the Intel-sponsored site Life Scoop, I talk about one of my technology-aided methods for helping my son develop his social skills. "Cheat sheets," as I call them, turn the abstract world of social rules into something more concrete...which means that we may be able to have more dinner parties this Spring!

Read the full post (and download a sample cheat sheet) at Life Scoop: Behavior "cheat sheets" teach social skills

Related: More featured stories at Life Scoop

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