#7 of 10 core concepts from the Social Thinking Methodology
Students are normally expected to figure out what they should be doing and, often, how they should do it. Social problem solving requires making educated guesses, or smart guesses, about what to do.
In this webinar, Michelle Garcia Winner provides strategies to help people navigate social situations by making smart guesses. Encourage individuals who tend to be black-and-white thinkers to engage in gray-area thinking, stay calm, problem solve, and meet their social goals.