This study investigates parents' perceptions of their children's social skills and social behaviour. The focus is on young people with severe vision impairment. Children require well developed social skills in order to build relationships, develop positive self-esteem, and gain acceptance into society (Wolffe, Sacks & Thomas, 2000). Social skills are learned through "visual observation, imitation and experiential learning" (Sacks & Silberman, 2000, p. 616).
|Title of host publication||Excellence in scholarship: Transcending transdisciplinarity in teacher education|
|Subtitle of host publication||Transcending Transdisciplinarity in Teacher Education|
|Number of pages||15|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|