Social and emotional learning: What is it?
The earlier emotional education begins the better. Being attentive to the social and emotional needs of your infants, toddlers, and young children is the foundation for learning. United States
Social and emotional learning in early childhood: A self assessment tool
Inventory of practices for promoting social and emotional competence in young children including a detailed action planning framework for promotion social competence in young children. An extensive article. United States
Social and emotional learning in early childhood: An overview
An overview of the importance of social and emotional learning in early childhood. Young children who understand emotions are more pro-social with their peers and rated more socially skilled by teachers and more likeable by their peers. An extensive article. United States
Fostering emotional literacy in young children
Emotional literacy is the ability to identify, understand and respond to emotions in self and others in a health and others. Supporting young children's social and emotional learning is a central task of early childhood teachers and carers. United States
Social and emotional learning in early childhood environments
Social and emotional learning is an approach that teaches self regulation, self management and social skills in early childhood environments. For young children these skills are crucial to positive relationships with other children and adults and all other learning. United States
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