Child psychology: Social skills
27 October 2008Add to My Folder
Discover how child psychology can help create a healthy social scene in your classroom
Psychologists view social development as central to children’s academic progress and their overall development. Throughout Key Stage 2, friendships between children become increasingly important. Teachers play a key part in the small society of the classroom by ensuring a supportive social context and through direct teaching about social skills. They can also identify and help to address individual problems in this area.
The importance of friendship
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