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Relationship Skills
Relationship skills

For a relationship-driven classroom to work, significant relationships need to form between student and teacher and among the students themselves. Many children coming into special education classes will have inadequate or inappropriate relationship skills, due to dysfunctional current or former environments, lack of experience, poor social skills, neurological differences such as autism, or a combination of these. The ability to form strong, healthy bonds with others is crucial to the successful functioning of a relationship-driven methodology. And as the lack of these bonds will contribute significantly not only to emotional and behavioral issues in the classroom but also to everything in the child's life, it is best to directly and actively teach the most crucial relationship skills right from the beginning of ...

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