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Student-Student Relationships

This module focuses on supporting positive student-to-student relationships. It provides an overview of what student-student relationships are, why they are important, what factors contribute to both positive and negative student relations, and recommended strategies to improve these relationships.

 

SCSS Relationships Modules – Summary Handout <– This handout provides a brief summary of the two modules in the series aimed to promote positive relationships (teacher-student relationships and student-student relationships). Included are module specifics, potential uses, and what’s available online

  • Presentation:
    • Viewing directions include:
      • Click on the link below to open the Student-Student Relationships Module presentation.
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    • Student-Student Relationships Module Presentation
      Slide Narratives for Student-Student Relationships Presentation
      Handout Version: Student-Student Relationships Module Presentation

      -This is a PDF version that can be printed out for note taking while viewing the presentation.

      Student-Student Relationships Module – Research Narrative

      -This narrative contains the information that is presented in the presentation, but in greater detail and with a greater emphasis on the research behind Student-Student Relationships. Numerous references to relevant research studies as well as resources are included.