Secondary Teachers' Views on Social Competence Skills Essential for Success

@inproceedings{Lane2004SecondaryTV,
  title={Secondary Teachers' Views on Social Competence Skills Essential for Success},
  author={Kathleen Lynne Lane and Melinda R. Pierson and Christine C. Givner},
  year={2004}
}
The purpose of this study was to examine secondary teachers' expectations of student behavior, to identify differences and similarities between middle and high school teachers, as well as between general and special education teachers. Teachers (N = 240) identified which of 30 social skills were essential for classroom success. Results indicated that while middle and high school teachers are relatively similar in their expectations regarding cooperation and self-control skills, they have… CONTINUE READING

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