Natural Opportunities to Promote Social-Emotional Learning and MH

In some form or another, every school has goals that emphasize a desire to enhance students’ personal and social functioning. Such goals can be seen as reflecting views that social and emotional growth has an important role to play in enhancing the daily smooth functioning of schools and the emergence of a safe, caring, and supportive school climate facilitating students’ holistic development enabling student motivation and capability for academic learning optimizing life beyond schooling.

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