Sweet 16 - basic to advanced developmental levels of social problem solving

In this talk, we cover the range of developmental levels of social problem solving - all 16 - described by Drs. Stanley Greenspan and Stuart Shanker in their book The FIrst Idea. This is a great way to assess and support social-emotional development.

https://zoom.us/recording/play/sXwAlJgSnq2tKOgzeniRoRUmfqN68GBQtkRJ2pOBjVYkAEnRpei4TMYvf3GgjXn3?autoplay=true&startTime=1554647553000

 

 

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