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This essay discusses the prosocial skills training program developed by Goldstein and McGinnis known as skillstreaming. Three lessons plans are provided at different school levels to illustrate how teachers can implement skill lessons among students at different ages.
From the Paper:"The value of developing positive social skills for students at all grade levels cannot be underestimated, as Elksnin and Elksnin maintain, social competence is related to peer acceptance, academic performance and career success. Even more significant, is that the lack of social skills is associated with mental health problems in later life and problems arising from a lack of them worsen over time. Skillstreaming is a technique used to develop prosocial skills in students, developed by Arnold P. Goldstein and Dr. Ellen McGinnis..."
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