School Psych Corner: How To Get Students Talking About Their Own Social-Emotional Learning
Editor’s Note: Thank you School Psyched, Your School Psychologist for sharing this post
[Source: Getting Smart]
Getting students talking about their learning is a valuable strategy across all disciplines, and social-emotional learning is no different. Students learn more as they explain concepts to others, and they reshape and solidify their own thinking when listening to their peers. When students have opportunities to talk about social-emotional learning, they learn the language needed to express social-emotional nuances, and are better able to recognize, characterize and develop these skills in themselves and others. This process of metacognition gives students a model for practicing social-emotional strategies in their day-to-day lives.
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