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A Psycho-Education Skill Building Guide for Teachers: Social Problem-Solving
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Most children never learned how to handle problems or conflict in a constructive and assertive way, resorting to verbal and physically aggressive behaviors to deal with problems. Students who lack proficiency in solving social problems show more behavior problems than more proficient peers do. Teachers can decrease conflict in the classroom by giving children a tool for solving social problems.