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Spotlight: Social & Emotional Learning


The COVID-19 pandemic has renewed a global discussion of the importance of schools and teachers for supporting children social and emotional learning. Policymakers, school administrators, and teachers are working to reconceptualise approaches to teaching and learning that help students develop skills for setting goals, managing behaviour, and building relationships, within and beyond the classroom. In order for education systems to truly develop the broad set of competencies young people need to thrive socially, academically, and professionally, students need to develop a range of social and emotional skills.

Social and emotional skills help us to handle our impulses, manage and speak about emotions, and build healthy relationships. After the mass trauma caused by the pandemic, we all need these skills more than ever. But how can we increase social and emotional skills in children throughout the globe in a systematic way? HundrED and The LEGO Foundation have partnered in this Spotlight project to identify impactful and scalable solutions that help parents and educators support the development of children’s social and emotional skills. 

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November 05, 2021
Green, Crystal, and Clara García-Millán.
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Green, Crystal, and Clara García-Millán. Spotlight: Social & Emotional Learning. Helsinki: HundrED, 2021. https://doi.org/10.58261/CQTM5329
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