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A Skills Bank
A skills bank

The aim of this chapter is to provide practitioners and parents with some skills, information and advice about important aspects of practice in relation to behaviour.

Each can be used as stand-alone leaflets to be shared or can be displayed on staff-room noticeboards. They can also be used as a starting point for team discussion or training.

The subject areas include:

  • Attachment
  • Being a Key Person
  • Learning Styles
  • Promoting Children's Independence
  • Offering Choices
  • Visual Timetables
  • Supporting Children to Share
  • Developing Positive Listening and Talking Skills
  • Developing Good Body Language
  • Circle Time
  • Puppets and Persona Dolls
  • 25 Ways to Say ‘Well Done’
  • 25 Ways to Build Self-Esteem
  • Let's Talk About … Schemas
  • Let's Talk About … Biting
  • Let's Talk About … Swearing
  • Let's ...

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