Social and Emotional Health
Social-emotional learning involves all the skills and talents that help children excel, from self-control to early relationship building, in both school and life.
Parenting is a journey and there is no “right” or single path to follow. As a parent, you expend a great deal of time and energy ensuring the physical health and safety of your kids, from watching what they eat to kids-proofing your home. Socio-emotional growth of your child will shape your future too.
From birth , children learn who they are, and how to interact in their lives with the world and the people. The social-emotional development cycle will help your child develop an ability to create the building blocks for healthy relationships for self-confidence, trust and empathy. (Ready4 K, year 2005)
When you watch your child grow up and connect with others, you will see some actions that fill you with joy and optimism for the future – and those that cause you to worry or feel nervous about the development of your child.
It can be difficult to say, with all the ups and downs of parenting, whether such issues are natural aspects of growing up – “just a phase” – or a sign of a real problem.
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Join us in our Learn@Home FB Live session later at 7 p.m. with Bro. Roderick M. Aguirre, PhD as he talks about “Social and Emotional Learnings of Students at Home.”
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