Mainstreaming students with behavior disorders: The use of classroom peers as facilitators of

DuPual, George J.; McGoey, Kara E.
December 1997
School Psychology Review;1997, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p634
Academic Journal
Focuses on the effectiveness of using classroom peers in mainstreaming students with behavior disorders. Self-evaluation procedures; Peer-mediated interventions; Teacher-mediated and peer-mediate evaluation phase; Implications for research.


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