Social and Emotional Learning Curriculum – A Valuable Resource for Students

I am not a math person. Biology and chemistry were never really my thing either. I always dreaded my STEM classes and rarely had any motivation to work hard. Even so, I had no choice but to take twelve whole years of a subject I had absolutely no interest in. Now, as a junior in college. I can happily say I have not taken a math or science class since my senior year of high school. Lucky me…right? 

Now I get to take classes that I’ve spent my whole life yearning to engage in. As a Communications major, social and emotional learning plays a big part in my curriculum. I’ve taken a bunch of courses from ‘Interpersonal Communication’ to ‘Small Group Communication’ that all teach the importance of these life skills. Without a doubt, these have some of the most enjoyable classes that I have ever taken—K-12 included. 

Read the full story by


Australian Teaching Standards – The Impact a Teacher Can Make Ted Talk Resilience: 3 Strategies To Overcome Hardship
We are updating our Privacy Policy, so please make sure you take a minute to review it. As of May 25, 2018 your continued use of our services will be subject to this new Privacy Policy.
Review Privacy Policy OK