Remember Scarecrow from the Wizard of Oz?
Social Emotional Learning (SEL) is a term for teaching life skills, coping strategies, and emotional awareness to students in a school setting.
There are children in every classroom who are labeled, “lazy, unfocused, not trying hard enough, distracted, not applying his/herself, or a failure,” on their report cards, cumulative folders, and at conferences. Do you know any of them?
Handling anger can be hard enough for adults, and children often struggle to manage their anger in healthy ways.
At Brighthouse, we listen as prospective new parents and students tell us about their past experiences at other school settings.