Equipping Students with Friendship-building Skills
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Published in 2005, this book is a resource designed for parents and teachers of children aged 4-15 to resolve problems such as a child being left out by other kids, following the crowd, or helping a child handle issues such as being too competitive or shy.
Based on a survey of 5000 teachers, its goal is to improve children’s social competence, and to equip adults with the ability to teach essential friendship-building skills that kids need to find, make, and keep friends, as well as survive social pressure from peers.
Borba, M. (2005). Nobody likes me, everybody hates me: The top 25 friendship problems and how to solve them. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
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