Why students should learn how to empathize

04/28/2013 | Edutopia.org

Elementary-school students should be taught about empathy to help them develop closer relationships and stronger friendships and communities, writes Randy Taran, a filmmaker. In this blog post, Taran offers 10 tips to help educators help students develop empathy, including creating better harmony among teachers, developing validation and trust in the classroom and practicing emotional literacy.

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