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Social Skills Instruction and Generalization Strategies
Social skills instruction and generalization strategies

Changes in society at the beginning of the 21st century have made social skills instruction an essential part of the course of study in public schools. Employers require skills in teamwork, communication, and problem solving. Unfortunately, economic and social pressures leave families less time to teach their children how to get along with others, and increasing numbers of children come to school with significant deficits in those abilities. At the same time, developmental theorists like Vygotsky and Bronfenbrenner have expanded educators' awareness of the ...

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