SOCIAL & EMOTIONAL LEARNING FRAMEWORK
" IT'S AS FUNDAMENTAL AS MATH AND SCIENCE IN TERMS OF TURNING A CHILD INTO A CAPABLE ADULT "
- Peter Salovey, PH.D -
Pioneering Researcher In Emotional Intelligence and President of Yale University
WHY IT MATTERS ?
Social and emotional skills are necessary for human connection and act as the crucial keys to happiness and emotional well-beings. Being able to interact harmonious- ly with people in life brings peace and joy of heart, that’s why the skills are so important and directly impact a person’s life-long happiness. Social and emotional skills in children is not only the building blocks to thrive on difficult academic skills, but they can also prevent and reduce behavioral problems
FIVE CORE CASEL COMPETENCIES
SELF divided these skills into 5majors area focus based on The Collaborative for Academic Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL).
Managing emotions and behaviors to acheive one's goals.
Recognizing one's emotions and values as well as one's strengths and challenges
3. Responsible Decision-Making
Making ethical, constructive choices about personal and social behavior.
4. Relationship Skills
Forming positive relationships, working in teams, dealing effectively with conflict
5. Social Awareness
Showing understanding and empathy for others
ADVENTURES IN STORYLAND
Novels and short stories are filled with emotions. Every character even the unimportant one experiences the roller coaster of life and as readers read along, kids can feel the stream of emotions from the story, their own thoughts, and interactions during the activities. That’s why literature can surprisingly offers a gateway to social & emotional skills in every turn of page.
SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL SKILLS
Social and emotional skills are necessary for human connection and act as the crucial keys to happiness and emotional well-beings.
Being able to interact harmoniously with people in life brings peace and joy of heart, that’s why the skills are so important and directly impact a person’s life-long happiness. Social and emotional skills in children is not only the building blocks to thrive on difficult academic skills, but they can also prevent and reduce behavioral problems.
ART FOR HEART
The place where anybody can enjoy art as a process of exploring yourself and find the inner you through the use of colors, sound, body movement and more. In this club, you will learn to use art as a tool for self-reflection, stress release, creativity, communication, and a lot more you can ask for. No artistic skill required! No drawing skill required! Just you and the love for art!
We provide counselling services for the students, teachers, and parents and caregivers to help alleviate the problems in the issues of their concerns both at home and schools such as bullying issue, depression, body-image issue, and classroom management.
WORKSHOPS AND TRAINING
Customized workshop and training services for teachers, students and parents and caregivers are arranged to promote understanding on mental health and well-beings such as Positive Discipline, Active Listening, Social & Emo- tional Expression and Regulation.
Play Therapy is a form of therapy that uses play to help children deal with emotional, behavioural and mental health issues with a therapeutic objective. It is typically used with children between the ages of 3 and 12. Because children are still growing and developing, sometimes it is difficult for them to put feelings into words or articulate their problems to parents or adults. The therapist creates a comfortable and safe space which the child can play with as few limits as possible. Through play therapy, children learn to communicate with others, express feelings, problem solving skills, and learn ways of relating to others. Some of the potential benefits of play therapy are developing coping strategies, self-respect, empathy and respect for others and relieving of stress and anxiety.