Social-Emotional Learning in Your Classroom

If there's one thing teachers can agree on, it's that social-emotional learning is a hot topic in education. By supporting the emotional needs of students, educators can not only address issues such as discipline problems and absenteeism, but also help their students become more mindful and self-aware. These easy-to-implement activities focus on the five competencies—self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, responsible decision-making—to help promote student mindfulness, strengthen life skills, and foster emotional health.

Teacher Resources : Classroom Management

Shell Education - SEP126744



$12.99
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Package Dimensions: Length 10.00"    Width 10.00"    Height 0.41"  

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Age: Parent/Teacher Resource


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