Quiz Quiz Please sign up for the course before taking this quiz. 1. What is the main principle of Kids’Skills?1 In KS you the practitioner tries to find out the root cause of the child’s problem In KS the practitioner sets a goal for the child to achieve In KS the practitioner helps the client to achieve goal that the client decides to work on 2. Why do we need Kids’Skills?1 It gets children interested in overcoming their own problems It helps to find out if the child is in need of psychotherapy It helps adults collaborate 3. What does ‘skilling’ mean in Kids’Skills?1 It means that you make a list of all the skills the child should learn It means that you explore the factors that speak for the fact that the child will be able to learn the skill he or she needs to learn It means that you convert the child’s problem into a skill the child can learn to overcome their problem. 4. What is the common factor that is true for steps 2-8 in Kids’Skills?1 They all ensure that the child will enjoy learning the skill. They all reinforce the child’s motivation to learn the skill. They all stimulate the child’s creativity. 5. Why is there a step in KS where the child is encouraged to teach his newly acquired skill to someone else?1 It helps adults to become convinced that the child has learned the skill? It helps the child to understand why learning the skill is important. It reinforces learning. 6. How does one approach setbacks in Kids’Skills?1 You help the child understand what negative consequences it will have if the child goes back to his old behavior and you explain to then what the mild sanctions will follow. KS is a solution-focused method and therefore you do not focus on setbacks but on only progress. You prepare for setbacks by talking with children about how other people may remind them of their skill when they forget it.