Interdependence Social Group (ISG)
This group is generally designed for our upper school-age learners. The focus of this group is collaborating with peers to problem solve to a solution through the following activities: organized sports, swimming, farm chores, outdoor play, music and art activities, and team-centered tasks. These skills are supplemented with other school-aged tasks, such as group work, research, computer skills, reports, speeches, theater productions, and more. Work is done in both large and small groups to promote generalization of skills. The children in ISG oftentimes play an active role in the planning and implementation of group activities as well.