The Summit School Community Talk: Helping Students Succeed Socially in the Classroom

The Social Thinking® concepts and strategies developed by Michelle Garcia Winner (www.socialthinking.com) are successfully incorporated into the classroom to increase students’ ability to understand that their behavior impacts the thoughts and feelings of those around them. This session will include an overview of the Superflex® curriculum and the Team of Unthinkables which help students become more successful problem-solvers across all social settings. Understand the strategies and how incorporating these strategies into the classroom can improve both comprehension and social problem-solving.

Applicable Grades: K-12.  Appropriate for: parents, educators and administrators.

Eileen Wallace is a speech-language pathologist who has worked with children for more than two decades in a variety of school settings and her private practice. She is now in her thirteenth year at The Summit School, where she serves as the Coordinator of the Oral Language Program. Over the past six years, Eileen has introduced Social Thinking to both the teachers and students at The Summit School.

WHEN: January 28, 2019

WHERE: The Summit School, 664 Central Ave East, Edgewater

TIME: 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm

This Community Talk is one in a series – open to the public and free of charge.

If you plan to attend please RSVP at .

Questions? Contact: Nancy Rhodes at or410-798-0005.

To download a flyer, click Succeeding Socially in the Classroom Jan 2019.

For a complete list of Summit School Community Talks, click 2019 Community Talks.