SUNDAY STRATEGY: Listening & Building Self-Regulation in Kids
Last week, I had the joy of bringing LSCI Certification training to the staff at my “home” school–Circle of Seasons Charter School in the Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania. We spent four days learning about, talking about, watching videos about, and role playing various situations about how to effectively reach and teach challenging children and youth.
One of the things that makes LSCI so powerful of a strategy with students is that it gives adults very specific skills with which they can learn to LOOK BEYOND SURFACE BEHAVIOR and understand the unique beliefs, perceptions, thoughts, and feelings that drive disruptive or disrespectful behavior. LSCI teaches that effective listening is the path to self-regulation in students and show adults the importance of how to listen in order to:
- understand a child’s perspective
- build insight and understanding
- cultivate trusting relationships
- teach new skills
- create long-term changes in behavior
- and so much more!
If you’d like to learn more about this powerful training experience, I invite you to visit www.lsci.org, contact someone who has recently attended an LSCI training, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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