Social Emotional Learning.
Social and emotional abilities are said to be indicators of how well a person adapt to his or her change in environment and ultimately how successful she or he will be in life.


What is Social Emotional Learning?
Social and emotional learning (SEL) is the process through which children and adults acquire knowledge, attitude and skills which are necessary to understand and manage emotions and apply effectively to set and achieve positive goals and show empathy for others to establish and maintain positive relationships and responsible decisions.

Developing these core life abilities through social and emotional learning (SEL) is critical to a child’s development, as it directly correlates to success and happiness as an adult. For many children, school is the only place where any deficiencies in these abilities can be addressed before they become active members of society.
Developing these core life abilities through social and emotional learning (SEL) is critical to a child’s development, as it directly correlates to success and happiness as an adult.
Combining these skills with academic development creates high-quality learning experiences and environments that empower students to be more effective contributors in their classrooms today and in their workplaces and communities tomorrow.