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CATEGORY: Social / Emotional Learning (SEL)

  • Social Emotional Learning (SEL). What is it and why is it important? posted: Monday, June 27, 2016 Social Emotional Learning (SEL). What is it and why is it important? Explained by two of San Diego’s education innovators Club Xcite and SPOT Kids Therapy. Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is the name for the skill needed to be aware of, manage, and express emotion, and to manage interpersonal relationships with empathy and sound judgment, now widely ...
  • The Homework Battle! 5 tips to getting a win/win posted: Friday, March 25, 2016 Homework Battles are a No-Win situation for you and your kids. Parents are often bogged down by the constant stress caused by power struggles, and kids can come to resent a parent bugging them about homework every day.  Over time, associating these showdowns with schoolwork creates a negative belief that learning is painful, and a child’s homewo...
  • Succeeding with ADHD: 5 Strategies for Supporting your Child at Home posted: Monday, February 8, 2016 Children with ADHD can succeed. Use these 5 simple strategies to improve planning, attention, memory, flexibility, discipline, and self-monitoring skills....
  • Social Skills Groups approved by San Diego Public School Districts! posted: Thursday, June 11, 2015 Breakthrough for Public Schools! Club Xcite has become the first educational provider to offer Social Skills and Executive Functioning programs as part of Enrichment School Year and Summer Programming!...
  • Summer Camp for Kids with Learning Disabilities San Diego
    Xcite-ment in the Air over Camp Rise Above posted: Wednesday, May 15, 2013 By Dan Roth, ADHD Specialist and mentor for ClubXcite: Camp Offers Premium Experience for Students with Learning Difficulties It’s the beginning of summer in Southern California. The weather is sporadically hitting the 80’s, the beach-goers are making their way to the sand on a regular basis, the school year is winding down, kids are getting ...
  • ADHD and Bullying posted: Monday, April 22, 2013 By Dan Roth Depending on what study you look at, people with ADHD are approximately four times more likely to be bullies and ten times more likely to be bullied. The reasons for this are many but let’s start by looking at the facts. It is universally agreed certain factors increase the likelihood of being bullied. According to stopbullying.gov, &...
  • Summer Camp Opportunities in San Diego for children and teens who don’t fit into the typical camp environment. posted: Thursday, April 12, 2012 “ClubXcite’s Rise Above Camp based out of Rancho Santa Fe, Solana Beach, Del Mar and La Jolla is a strength-based summer program for children with ADHD, ODD, bipolar, anxiety, depression, and other social and behavioral difficulties.” “A summer camp should focus on what the child’s strengths are. We highlight what they do well and continu...
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