Social Emotional Learning involves the processes through which children acquire and effectively apply the knowledge, attitudes and skills necessary to understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions. The 5 key components of Social Emotional Learning are:
The Conflict Management competency is largely based upon interactive learning and role-playing in order to practice the content. Participants learn to isolate problems, take personal responsibility for their actions, negotiate win/win solutions and separate people from the conflict. They begin to identify their emotions before and during a conflict, past patterns, and chart the different outcomes when they are emotional from when they are not.
The goals related to the Conflict Management competency are: 1. students learn the importance of language and tone in conveying one’s point of view and how to use rephrasing techniques; and 2., understand how listening is a form of respect and a tool for successful conflict management. The 6 key components of Conflict Management are:
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