Helping Children's Social Emotional Development
Updated: Jul 13, 2020
You might wonder why we need social emotional development.
Harvard's Graduate School of Education EASEL Lab defines Social Emotional Learning or SEL as a set of skills and competencies that help children manage life and academic success.
School is traditionally the place children can learn from each other and further develop their social emotional skills.
But with social distancing it can be difficult to develop SEL in real time. So at Blend_by_tPop Tech we started writing stories that help children learn from others.
Meet Ricky & Norman. They are best friends who learn from each other.
Join us as we learn from Ricky & Norman. Click on the slides above and meet Ricky and Norman.
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