Managing emotions puts relationships in motion.
Student’s social relations aﬀect their feeling of connectedness at school and beyond, impacting their overall sense of academic competence.
Social Emotional Learning
Adaptability is about a person’s capacity to adjust and respond appropriately to changing circumstances and situations. Adaptability is an important developmental skill for coping and responding to the ever-changing circumstances and conditions of life.
Adaptability helps students adjust behavior, thinking, and emotions when experiencing change, novelty, or uncertainty
Independence is about a person’s ability to rely on their own eﬀort and abilities. It includes independence in thinking, the ability to strive towards goals, and embracing individuality. Independence is an important development skill for problem solving and decision-making, self acceptance, and feeling confident in oneself and in one’s abilities.
Independence helps students: feel conﬁdent about their decisions and abilities
Refers to a person’s belief in his/her own ‘social worth’ but resembles ease or comfort in getting along with people of their own age, as well as large groups of people. Both online or offline, it’s the way our social lives affect how we feel about ourselves.
Social Esteem helps students: feel proud of and accepted for what they can do, even when they make mistakes
The act of being kind and treating other people as important, paying attention to them, reflecting on the situation, and then choosing to act in a purposeful and loving way.
Thoughtfulness helps students become more contemplative, reﬂective and treat others with respect