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Title: Social and emotional learning for children with learning disability : implications for inclusion
Authors: Cavioni, Valeria
Grazzani, Ilaria
Ornaghi, Veronica
Keywords: Emotional intelligence -- Study and teaching
Learning disabled children -- Education
Special education
Learning disabled children -- Education
Issue Date: 2017-11
Publisher: University of Malta. Centre for Resilience & Socio-Emotional Health
Citation: Cavioni, V., Grazzani, I., & Ornaghi, V. (2017). Social and emotional learning for children with learning disability: implications for inclusion. International Journal of Emotional Education, 9(2), 100-109.
Abstract: This paper discusses the key role of social and emotional learning programmes for children with Learning Disability (LD). The first part of the paper discusses the difficulties students with learning disability may encounter in their education, such as issues related to peer group acceptance, friendship and social isolation, low self-efficacy and self-esteem, and externalized and internalized behavior problems. The relationship between social and emotional learning programmes and learning disability is then discussed, underlining the benefits of social and emotional learning for students with LD. The paper concludes by highlighting the need for universal social and emotional learning as a vehicle for the academic and social inclusion of students with LD.
ISSN: 20737629
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IJEE, Volume 9 Issue 2

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