SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING Teachers report, and growing research supports, that social and emotional learning benefits students academically, strengthens school climate, improves behavior, and prepares our youth to be college, career, and LIFE ready. Monroe County Community School Corporation is committed to providing all students with a teacher-led social emotional (SEL) curriculum.
Why: Our students deserve a safe and inspiring school culture and future where there is empathy, respect for one another, and opportunities for all students to grow academically, behaviorally, socially, and emotionally.
Self-Awareness Recognizing one's emotions and values as well as one's strengths and challenges
Self-Management Managing emotions and behaviors to achieve one's goal
How: By empowering our teachers and students with specific skills for stress management, fostering healthy friendships/ relationships, conflict resolution, and emotional self awareness through programming for all MCCSC students. What: This comprehensive approach to social and emotional learning will
Social & Emotional Learning
Responsible Decision-Making Making ethical, constructive choices about personal and social behavior
Social Awareness Showing understanding and empathy for others
Relationship Skills Forming positive relationships, working in teams, and dealing effectively with conflict
result in improved academic achievement, attendance, and student self-regulation. Our students will be college, career, and LIFE ready.
This work has been made possible by the generous grant from the Lilly Endowment, Inc.
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