Strategies for Improving the Status and Social Behavior of Learning Disabled Children
It has been demonstrated repeatedly the LD children are often the targets of negative behavior and social rejection by age-peers. In this review paper, two primary areas of literature are examined: a) the social interactions typical of LD children; and b) peer-mediated strategies for enhancing LD children's social standing. In a final section, we examine the critical role to be played by classroom teachers in altering the social rejection experienced by LD children.
Gable, Robert A.; Strain, Phillip S.; and Hendrickson, Jo, "Strategies for Improving the Status and Social Behavior of Learning Disabled Children" (1979). Special Education Faculty Publications. 55.
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