The purpose of peer support for students with disabilities is to provide them more educational activities and assist them in developing essential skills. In most cases, the support is given by students who does not have any disability, who have been given some guidance from the school on how to work with the programme. Peer learning promotes teamwork, cooperation, better social skills, and  patience. In a cooperative peer learning environment, each student's strengths can serve to complement the group and enhance learning.

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