Social and emotional learning (SEL) is an integral part of human development. SEL is the process that helps people develop healthy identities, manage emotions, feel empathy for others, maintain supportive relationships with friends or family members as well as make responsible decisions.
Social emotional learning encompasses everything from goal setting to stress management, which provides both children and adults with tools they can use to express themselves authentically appropriately.
A better understanding of social emotional learning leads students to acquire techniques for processing and managing emotions as well as essential social skills. It teaches students how to be more socially and emotionally aware. SEL is critical for building healthy relationships, communicating effectively, and living a meaningful life.
When integrated with an academic curriculum, SEL facilitates engaged classroom participation and retention of concepts – whether in the classroom or remotely. Move This World’s SEL programs teach family members, students, and educators a common language and effective exercises that aid in identifying and managing emotions, problem solving, and building relationships.
Imagine learning environments where the teachers are actively in tune with each student’s verbal and non-verbal cues, where children support their peers’ desire to learn, where families can better relate to the academic challenges their children face, and where tension is removed so that deeper learning can take place. Move This World’s programs can make this a reality – whatever the learning environment.
Request a demo to learn how Move This World can transform your learning environment.