Tips to help educators develop social, emotional literacy

04/25/2014 |

Social and emotional learning is essential for students, teachers and others, asserts transformational leadership coach Elena Aguilar. In this blog post, she suggests educators spend about an hour each day observing their emotional responses, recognizing body experiences, being curious about emotions and recognizing the impact of their emotions on others.

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