biogiogrephy - Running Head: The Relationship between LEGO...

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Running Head: The Relationship between LEGO and People Zhao Zhe Jennifer Sano-Franchini WRA 150 6/20/2011 Legoff, Daniel B. "Long-term Outcome of Social Skills Intervention Based on Interactive LEGO© Play." Autism . Bancroft NeuroHealth, 10 July 2006. Web. 20 June 2011. http://aut.sagepub.com/content/10/4/317.short . Summary The potential for use of LEGO therapy within the school system is evident. Initial studies of the educational benefits of LEGO materials have been hopeful, and certainly it would be good to generalize the use of these materials for the purposes of social as well as educational skill development. Utilization of the school system where children spend most of their days during the critical years of development makes the most sense in terms of efficacy overall, as well as cost-effectiveness. Social skills interventions based on LEGO therapy could be easily adapted to school settings where currently social skills interventions are not always optimal – or available. I think this is a good resource to show LEGO really helped children who has
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