Do you wish to learn good parenting? Do you want to enable your child to fulfill their potential? And to give your child skills that will set them up for life? Would you like life at home to be easier and happier?
Having a solid set of social skills allows you to communicate and connect with other people. This is crucial for navigating through life with a better degree of satisfaction. The better social skills one has, the more opportunities there will be – at school, at work and in life in general. In these six chapters you will learn how to support the development of social skills and how to help the child to become a true ’social skill’ champion.
This course covers the Social skills module of the Positive parenting from Finland course. Everything you read and learn in this course is based on Finnish pedagogy, Finnish teaching and good parenting strategies.
- Friendship skills – how to make friends
- Empathy skills – how to use this awesome ability
- Bullying – practical ways to stop bullying
- Solving conflicts – from arguments to solutions
- Respect – how to build respect
- Different people – how to come along with different people
Besides parents, this course is excellent for teachers, too. And the perfect match can be achieved when both teachers and parents have taken the course. After that everyone speaks the same language and have a common educational mission. Strongly recommended!
Completion methods: 6 audio chapters, each about 14-17 minutes. Additional learning materials and learning assignments.
Recommended to study one chapter per week, so the whole course takes 6 weeks.
Target group: parents, grandparents, kindergarten teachers, school teachers, everyone involved in raising up healthy and self-confident children.
Produced by: Futurecode
Recommended courses to combine with this course: P3 Positive Parenting from Finland: module Emotional Skills, P4 Positive Parenting from Finland: module Cooperation Skills, P5 Positive Parenting from Finland: module Creativity Skills, B2 Motivating Students, B3 Preventing School Drop-Out and Dealing With School Refusal