If you were lucky enough to subscribe to the first volume of this wildly popular magazine, we're sure you will agree that there's nothing else out there like it! If you don't have a 2009-2010 subscription, we suggest you go to www.asperger.net and download a sample copy to see what you have been missing. We're sure you'll agree with your colleagues who so enthusiastically have endorsed this innovative publication.
"The school district that I work for purchased The Social Times for use with our Asperger students. I am enjoying every issue . . ." - Julie, Social Cognition Specialist.
A powerful supplement to any social skills program, The Social Times is a great resource for professionals working with students who have social cognitive deficits, grades 3-9.
Using the same magazine format as Volume 1, but now boasting 9 issues, The Social Times is written directly to students in their "voice." Using standard columns, each new issue offers critical information while still making each lesson entertaining and applicable to the lives and concerns of today's students.
NEW AND EXPANDED! Volume 2 is expanded to include 9 issues, one for every month of the school year, on the following topics of vital importance to students with ASD:
Handling Disappointment Personal Space Having a Conversation Full Body Listening Self Talk Handling Change Basic Manners Getting a Thought Stuck in Your Head Transitions.
Your 2010-2011 subscription includes:.
- 9 issues, 10 student copies of each issue - only $5.10 per student; $.57 per issue.
- Opportunities for both you AND your students to submit ideas and receive feedback.
- Online teacher support materials geared to the specific topic of each issue - saving you time and ensuring you have relevant resources at your fingertips.
All for just $51.00!.
To ensure prompt delivery for the new school year, order by June 11, 2010!
Code 9301 Price: $51.00
Editors Announcement: The Social Times will consist of nine issues for the 2010-2011 school year!
I am now beginning to plan for the 2011-2012 school year and would love to hear from you! Now that you are familiar with our format, do you have any ideas for the standard columns, The Main Event, I Second That Emotion, Coming to Our Senses, or Something to Talk About?
Do your students have ideas for letters to Roger?
Please let me know. If I use your idea, article or letter, you name, group or school will be given credit on this website during the 2011-2012 school year!
E-mail your ideas to: email@example.com.
Thank you for all the wonderful feedback and thanks for reading!
Kari Dunn Buron