BeCool is a Video Modeling program developed to nourish the key elements of emotional intelligence, impulse control, empathy, and self-awareness.
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Students will learn about the four basic elements that make an immediate impression on someone: hygiene, grooming, dress, and attitude.
A comprehensive, research-based curriculum that covers three areas critical to independent living: personal, career, and life management.
The LifeSmart Curriculum uses humorous Smart/NotSmart vignettes to provide instruction on life’s most important concerns.
Students are taught to how to survive the first 90 days of employment, the 11 attributes essential to job success, and how different the workplace is from home or school.
The Circles Curriculum teaches boundaries and relationship-specific behaviors, using a simple multi-layer circle diagram.
Special Education Curriculum
School to Work, Life Transitions, Social & Life Skills, Conflict Management
Stanfield Video Modeling®
VideoModeling® is a teaching concept originated by the James Stanfield Company and refers to the use of highly trained actors to precisely “model” how a specific set of behaviors is incorrectly and correctly executed. After watching our Video Models®, your students will know which behaviors lead to social success vs. social rejection.
James Stanfield Company VideoModeling® Programs are currently being used to teach children in public and private school districts around the country.
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