SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING THROUGH  SOLVING

It is important that adults who work with solvers specifically teach and reinforce social emotional skills to keep students engaged in learning. In addition to explicit instruction, instruction around these skills should be integrated throughout the day. 

We use CASEL's Core Competencies as a guide for Solving Fun’s activity, game, and puzzle development (CASEL, www.casel.org). While working through our activities, solvers need to rely on these skills at different times. These competencies include:

Self-Awareness: Labeling emotions, accurate self-perception, recognizing strengths, self-confidence 

 

Self-Management: Organization, impulse control, stress management, self-discipline, self-motivation, goal-setting 

 

Social-Awareness: Empathy, perspective-taking, appreciating diversity, respect for others

 

Relationship Skills: Social engagement, communication, relationship-building, teamwork

 

Responsible Decision-Making: Valuing ethics, identifying problems, analyzing situations, solving problems, evaluating, reflecting
 

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