Promoting Positive Social Interactions in an Inclusion Setting for Students with Learning Disabilities

If you are working or going to work as either a general education or special education teacher in an inclusion classroom you will be involved a myriad of positive and challenging experiences. None of these will be more rewarding than helping children with special needs develop positive social interactions with their peers.

This issue of the LD Report focuses on promoting positive social interactions in an inclusion setting.

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