Friendship Skills of Students with Learning Disabilities in Jordan from the Perspectives of Their Teachers and the Effect of Some Variables on It

Author: Rodaina Khader Al Tarawneh

ABSTRACT
This study aimed to know the friendship skills of students with Learning Disabilities (LD) from the perspective of their teachers, and it aimed to investigate the effect of some variables on these skills. In order to achieve the aims of this study, checklist of friendship skills for students with LD was used to collect data about 300 students with LD (150 boys and 150 girls). The results indicated that about 69.3% – 70.7% from teachers of students with LD indicated that the students with LD have few friends or no friends. Also it indicates that there are significant differences between students with LD in the friendship skills due to gender to favor boys. And there are no significant differences between students with LD in the friendship skills due to age and interaction between gender and age.

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Journal: Open Journal of Social Sciences
DOI: 10.4236/jss.2017.58011 (PDF)
Paper Id: 78243 (metadata)

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