Body in the Group

#4 of 10 core concepts from the Social Thinking Methodology

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Social Thinking

When hanging out with peers, some of our students think they’re part of the group when in fact they’re many steps away. Where your body is relative to the group matters—it influences how others perceive you and your intentions, and ultimately their relationship with you.

Body in the Group

How do you know if your body is in the group? Join Social Thinking’s founder, Michelle Garcia Winner, as she deconstructs this seemingly simple concept and exposes the many things we consider when getting—and keeping—our bodies in a group.