Group teaching

Our group teaching sessions focus on social skills development, peer interactions, and group dynamics. These sessions provide opportunities for individuals to learn and practice essential skills in a supportive group setting.

Our group teaching curriculum covers a range of topics, including communication skills, emotional regulation, teamwork, and problem-solving. Through structured activities and discussions, participants learn and apply these skills in real-life situations

Group teaching offers numerous benefits, including peer support, social learning opportunities, and the development of community connections. Participants gain valuable insights and strategies for navigating social interactions and building meaningful relationships.

At Tendril Child Development Center, our group teaching sessions focus on social skills development, peer interactions, and group dynamics. These sessions provide opportunities for individuals to learn and practice essential skills in a supportive group setting. The techniques we use include

Using visual aids such as social scripts, cue cards, and visual schedules to reinforce learning and provide guidance during group activities.

Pairing individuals with peers who demonstrate appropriate social skills to serve as role models and mentors.

Offering guidance and support in real-time to help individuals navigate social situations and manage challenging behaviors.

Organizing play activities that promote social interaction, cooperation, and sharing among group members.