Play groups help Wis. school teach social-communication skills

11/10/2013 | New Richmond News (Wis.)

Some students with disabilities at a Wisconsin school are learning social skills through small-group, mixed-ability gatherings held before and after school and during recess and lunch. During the gatherings, teachers guide students and give them tips to help them regulate their emotions. "Every day is different and it's based on an individual's needs," special-education teacher Zach Stephens said.

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