Promoting Peer Social Competence

SD71 DPAC welcomes back Christopher Burt to present:

Promoting Peer Social Competence:

Peer social competency, or the ability to engage and manage friendships, is a key skill first learned during the preschool years. For school-aged kids, this is further developed mostly through learning emotional regulation skills. This seminar helps parents/caregivers understand the next stage in kids developing peer social competency and gives suggestions on how they can support their school-aged kids hone these skills.”

By Zoom on Wednesday February 2nd, 7pm-8:30pm. This seminar will be recorded, but the Q&A portion will not be recorded for privacy.

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SD71 DPAC is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Christopher Burt – Promoting Peer Social Competence

Time: Feb 2, 2022 07:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Meeting ID: 918 975 0968

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To access previous recordings of Christopher Burt and other guest speakers, access the DPAC Speaker Series Parent Education Library here. The files are stored on Dropbox, and you must have a Dropbox account to view the entire recording (but the Dropbox app is free.)

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