education, peer praise, withdrawn students, intervention
Research has shown that those students who are socially withdrawn or isolated have difficulty learning appropriate social conduct which places them at risk for difficulties later in life (Oden, 1980; Patterson, Reid, & Dishion,1992). Children who were avoided, neglected, or teased were at high risk for developing behavioral and emotional disorders (Gresham, MacMillan, & Bocian, 1998).
Original Publication Citation
Utah CCBD Conference, Salt Lake City, UT. (October 27)
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Nelson, Julie; Webb, Natalie; and Caldarella, Paul, "The Effects of Peer Praise Notes on Socially Withdrawn Adolescents: A Classroom Intervention" (2007). Faculty Publications. 1274.
David O. McKay School of Education
Center for Improvement of Teacher Education and Schooling
© 2007 Paul Caldarella et al.
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