Embed evidence-based social and emotional
As an educator, you will need to adopt evidence-based approaches to promote social and emotional learning through your everyday practice. The adoption of appropriate approaches is very dependent on the developmental stage of the children or young people in your care.
It is also important for you to model appropriate social and emotional learning skills and behaviours, to contribute to your own mental health and wellbeing.
What you'll learn in this module
- Recognise that social and emotional education is everyone’s responsibility
- Make critically informed decisions about choosing appropriate social and emotional learning programs, learning approaches and practices
- Discuss how everyday interactions can foster social and emotional learning in children and young people
- Plan and integrate social and emotional learning into everyday practice
- Apply a strengths-based approach to teaching social and emotional learning skills
- Identify the importance of modelling social and emotional learning skills and behaviours, and apply them
If you’re a PC or Mac user, there’s a notepad feature for you to record notes, actions or discussion points for each topic. If you’re sharing a computer with your team, your notes will be available for everyone to view. If you wish to keep your notes private, please save and delete your notes each time you finish your session. There’s more information in the Notepad user guide on the right.