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Social Skills Comparison of Online and Traditional High School Students

  title={Social Skills Comparison of Online and Traditional High School Students},
  author={Johanna Shaw},
Social Skills Comparison of Online and Traditional High School Students by Jo Shaw MS, Walden University, 2007 BA, Wilkes University, 2002 Dissertation Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy Psychology Walden University November 2015 Abstract Online education has evolved over the last 18 years as technology continues to advance. Starting at age 5, children are able to forego traditional classrooms and begin attending school from a computer in… 

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