The Social Skills and Social Status of Mainstreamed Students with Intellectual Disabilities

@article{Kemp2002TheSS,
  title={The Social Skills and Social Status of Mainstreamed Students with Intellectual Disabilities},
  author={C. Kemp and M. Carter},
  journal={Educational Psychology},
  year={2002},
  volume={22},
  pages={391 - 411}
}
This paper reports on the social skills and social status of 22 students with mainly moderate intellectual disabilities who had received an inclusive preschool intervention and were subsequently followed up from 18 months to more than five years later in their mainstream classrooms. Measures included direct assessment of social interaction in the playground, social status obtained by interviewing classmates, and the ratings of classroom teachers, parents and school principals. Large differences… Expand
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