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SGSCC a look and a view

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SGSCC a look and a view

SGSCC (Serious Games for Social & Creativity Competence) project organised a dedicated workshop “Social competences & creativity as a stepping stone towards personal growth, social development and employability” on 17 December 2014 in Brussels, Belgium at VLEVA premises, focusing on the importance of social skills and creativity for people with disabilities which is fundamental to both social integration and professional self-realisation.

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The SGSCC (Serious Games for Social & Creativity Competencies – 531134-LLP-1-2012-1-BG-KA3-KA3MP) project has been partially funded under the Lifelong Learning program. This web site reflects the views only of the author(s), and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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SGSCC a look and a view

  1. 1. INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 15-17 December, 2014 BRUSSELS, BELGIUM
  2. 2. Social competence - a way of achieving personal and professional realization SGSCC, 531131-LLP-1-2012-1-BG-KA3- KA3MP,International conference, Brussels, Belgium
  3. 3. Overview  definition of social competence  the effect of social competence  components of social competence SGSCC, 531131-LLP-1-2012-1-BG-KA3- KA3MP,International conference, Brussels, Belgium
  4. 4. Definition of social competence Most definitions of social competence talk about:  creating effective social relations (Rubin & Rose-Krasnor, 1992);  Cooperation with others towards goal achievement and the generation of adaptive coping mechanisms tailored to the demands of the social environment (Delamare le Deist & Winterton, 2005; Mallinckrodt & Wei, 2005). SGSCC, 531131-LLP-1-2012-1-BG-KA3- KA3MP,International conference, Brussels, Belgium
  5. 5. Definition of social competence Key advantages of such definitions  Breaks down and introduces social competence as comprised of different components.  It opens up the possibility that social competence can be developed through the introduction and engagement in games and activities. SGSCC, 531131-LLP-1-2012-1-BG-KA3- KA3MP,International conference, Brussels, Belgium
  6. 6. Effect of social competence  Personal development  Social development  Professional development and realisation SGSCC, 531131-LLP-1-2012-1-BG-KA3- KA3MP,International conference, Brussels, Belgium
  7. 7. Effects on personal development:  Intensifies positive emotions;  Limits negative emotions and feelings;  Increases confidence and the seeking of challenging goals;  Increases control over own actions and emotions (self-control);  It increases self –efficacy;  It helps the achievement of the goals related to personal development;  Increases the positive outlook on the world;  Increases life satisfaction. SGSCC, 531131-LLP-1-2012-1-BG-KA3- KA3MP,International conference, Brussels, Belgium
  8. 8. Effects on social development:  Facilitates the development of friendships and relationships;  Helps maintain the longevity of friendships;  Develops social network;  Facilitates group acceptance and belonging;  Facilitates the control associated with the initiation of contact and activities within the groups;  Self-actualisation within the group. SGSCC, 531131-LLP-1-2012-1-BG-KA3- KA3MP,International conference, Brussels, Belgium
  9. 9. Effects on professional realisation:  Overcoming differences and conflicts with others;  Problem solving;  Achieving professional successes;  Career progression;  Better control at work;  Better completing work related tasks; risk taking without fearing failure;  A more efficient goal achievement;  Managing stress at the work place and work place conflicts;  Achieving higher levels of productivity;  Increasing the influence the self has on others.SGSCC, 531131-LLP-1-2012-1-BG-KA3- KA3MP,International conference, Brussels, Belgium
  10. 10. Components of social competence Subgroups:  Communication skills;  Cooperation;  Resolving interpersonal conflicts;  Self-esteem;  Self-control;  Assertiveness;  Self-efficacy;  Motivation. SGSCC, 531131-LLP-1-2012-1-BG-KA3- KA3MP,International conference, Brussels, Belgium
  11. 11.  Communication skills – Ability to convey information effectively so that it is received and understood; appropriate verbal and nonverbal communication with colleagues, managers, and customers/others.  Cooperation – Ability to work together with others.  Resolving interpersonal conflicts – Ability to manage conflicts in constructive ways.  Self-esteem - A positive or negative orientation toward oneself; on overall evaluation of one’s worth or value; the experience of being capable of managing life’s challenges and being worthy of happiness. SGSCC, 531131-LLP-1-2012-1-BG-KA3- KA3MP,International conference, Brussels, Belgium
  12. 12.  Self-control - Ability to control own emotions and behavior, particularly in difficult situations or under stress.  Assertiveness – Ability to confidently express views or needs without either aggression /dominance/ undue submissiveness towards others.  Self – efficacy - Belief in one’s ability to succeed in a particular situation.  Motivation – Need, Interest/engagement, effort, and persistence. SGSCC, 531131-LLP-1-2012-1-BG-KA3- KA3MP,International conference, Brussels, Belgium
  13. 13. Communication skills Key elements  Listening;  Expression of emotions;  Empathy;  Acceptance;  Trust;  Self-disclosure;  Initiating and maintaining conversations. SGSCC, 531131-LLP-1-2012-1-BG-KA3- KA3MP,International conference, Brussels, Belgium
  14. 14. Cooperation Key elements  Role-taking;  Following rules and instructions;  Planning and problem solving;  Gratitude;  Recognition of the achievements and the merit of others;  Engaging with prosocial behaviors. SGSCC, 531131-LLP-1-2012-1-BG-KA3- KA3MP,International conference, Brussels, Belgium
  15. 15. Resolving interpersonal conflicts Key elements  Problem definition;  Generating alternatives solutions;  Choice of solution;  Implementation of the decision. SGSCC, 531131-LLP-1-2012-1-BG-KA3- KA3MP,International conference, Brussels, Belgium
  16. 16. Assertiveness Key elements  Making requests;  Refuses unreasonable requests;  Resisting against unfairness and injustices;  Dealing with pressure from others;  Achieving owns’ goals seeking help and support from others. SGSCC, 531131-LLP-1-2012-1-BG-KA3- KA3MP,International conference, Brussels, Belgium
  17. 17. Self-esteem Key elements  Recognizing strengths;  Expecting success;  Minimizing criticism;  Not overreacting to failures;  Accepting positive feed-back - accepting compliments;  Connecting success with one’s abilities and efforts;  Accepting negative feed-back. SGSCC, 531131-LLP-1-2012-1-BG-KA3- KA3MP,International conference, Brussels, Belgium
  18. 18. Self-control Key elements  Completing tasks requiring efforts  Regulations of negative emotions;  Resisting of temptations;  Concentration and ignore distractions. SGSCC, 531131-LLP-1-2012-1-BG-KA3- KA3MP,International conference, Brussels, Belgium
  19. 19. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION! PROF.D-R RUMEN STAMATOV ASSOC.PROF. D-R SVETLANA SARIYSKA PLOVDIV UNIVERSITY “PAISII HILENDARSKI” SGSCC, 531131-LLP-1-2012-1-BG-KA3- KA3MP,International conference, Brussels, Belgium

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