Social-emotional skills are important, but how can we help students cultivate them through meaningful learning experiences? Three Core Social-Emotional Skills Students Need to Succeed in 2040 and Beyond explores the top three social-emotional skills learners need to graduate future-ready, as well as guidance for educators around classroom practices and strategies, including:
- Practicing a growth mindset to foster emotional regulation
- Pursuing service-learning opportunities to cultivate empathy and perspective-taking
- Developing deep self-knowledge through reflection
KnowledgeWorks have created a poster to hang in your office, classroom, or staff lounge to help keep these skills top of mind, including ideas to help students develop and practice emotional regulation, empathy, and self-knowledge. This poster is best printed on 8.5″x14″ paper.
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