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Social-emotional learning describes the mindsets, skills, attitudes, and feelings that help students succeed in school, career, and life. It focuses on how motivation, social connectedness, and self control enable every student to learn and thrive.
We owe it to students to provide them with not just academic knowledge, but with the skills they need to apply that knowledge in all settings, throughout their lives, with confidence and security.
Building Social-Emotional Learning Competencies
The CASEL framework addresses five areas that are fundamental to SEL competence. These skills are important for collaboration and perspective-taking, and serve students well in school and in life. By building skills in these areas, students manage their emotions, handle challenges, and reach their goals.
5 Social-Emotional Learning Competencies:
- Self-awareness: the ability to recognize one’s strengths and limitations with a sense of confidence and purpose
- Self-management: the ability to manage one’s feelings and behavior, including handling stress
- Social awareness: the ability to understand the perspectives of others, including those from diverse backgrounds
- Relationship skills: the ability to communicate clearly, listen actively, and work collaboratively to problem solve
- Responsible decision-making: the ability to evaluate the benefits and consequences of various actions
- Does your student need a mental health professional?
- Hazel Health Mental and Physical Telehealth (FREE for all Snowline Students)- at school or home.
- Care Solace Family Mental Wellness Referral Program