Our youth should enter adulthood with a clear understanding of the value of relating to others, forming lasting friendships and leaving loneliness behind. Their educators are critical to ensuring this happens. By teaching educators the keys of Social Intelligence, students are rewarded with better academic performance, improved attitudes and behavior, and reduced emotional distress.
Students receiving social learning instruction have:
- Better academic performance
- Improved attitudes and behaviors
- Fewer negative behaviors
- Reduced emotional distress