Peer pressure can be a good thing. Especially when students are reluctant to take cues from the adults in their lives. This may not be a symptom of rebellion, but simply a case of identification. Children with special needs identify more with peers who are similarly challenged. Using this knowledge the Trans-Disciplinary Team of 177Q has helped a teacher make the most of her class by encouraging peer support, modeling, interaction, and nurturing.
The actual classroom practice videos are posted separately and can be accessed through the following links:
2. Functional Goals
3. Making the Most of Breakfast
4. Learning from Peers