Using cooperative learning to teach social skills to young children

Fad, Kathleen S.; Ross, Melanie
June 1995
Teaching Exceptional Children;Summer95, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p28
Academic Journal
Explains the basic steps for using cooperative learning to teach important social skills to young children. Examples of effective activities for teaching social skills; Targeting special social skills; Design and implementation of the cooperative activities; Processing and evaluating each activity. INSETS: Social skills in the curriculum.;What is cooperative learning?..


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