Dr. Gwendolyn Cartledge

Dr. Gwendolyn Cartledge

Gwendolyn Cartledge, Ph.D., is a professor at The Ohio State University, School of Physical Activity and Educational Services, special education programs. Her professional teaching, research, and writings have centered on students with mild disabilities, the development of social skills, and early intervention and prevention of learning and behavior problems through effective instruction.

Books by Author

Working Together: Building Children's Social Skills Through Folktales
Building Children's Social Skills Through Folktales

Grades 3-6. This new training program features a collection of 31 captivating folktales for teaching social skills to elementary students.

Teaching Urban Learners: Culturally Responsive Strategies for Developing Academic and Behavioral Competence
Culturally Responsive Strategies for Developing Academic and Behavioral Competence

This valuable resource (recommended for K-5 classroom teachers, special educators, and counseling staff) is divided into four parts: (1) culturally

Taking Part: Introducing Social Skills to Children
Introducing Social Skills to Children

Pre K-Grade 3.

PreK-Grade 3
Cultural Diversity and Social Skills Instruction: Understanding Ethnic and Gender Differences
Understanding Ethnic and Gender Differences

Finally, a book that shows how to teach social skills from a culturally sensitive perspective.