Classroom Social Dynamics Management: Why the Invisible Hand of the Teacher Matters for Special Education.

@inproceedings{Farmer2018ClassroomSD,
  title={Classroom Social Dynamics Management: Why the Invisible Hand of the Teacher Matters for Special Education.},
  author={Thomas W. Farmer and Molly Dawes and Jill V. Hamm and David L. Lee and Meera Mehtaji and Abigail S. Hoffman and Debbie S. Brooks},
  year={2018}
}
The invisible hand is a metaphor that refers to teachers’ impact on the classroom peer ecology. Although teachers have the capacity to organize the classroom environment and activities in ways that... 

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