Stop & Think Social Skills Program
Author: Howard M. Knoff
With role playing and group activities, this nationally recognized program addresses four developmental levels and helps students learn interpersonal, survival, problem-solving, and conflict resolution skills. The Stop and Think Social Skills Program
has historical roots in the social skills approaches of Arnold Goldstein and Ellen McGinnis, Gwendolyn Cartledge, and others; ecological approaches of Urie Bronfenbrenner; cognitive behavioral approaches of Donald Meichenbaum; social learning theory approaches of Albert Bandura; and systems change approaches of Evelyn Valentine and William Cook. Classroom Sets
include a Teacher’s Manual with reproducibles, cue cards (25 sets), "Stop and Think" signs (one large and 25 small), and five posters.