Jet Secondary school

  • Building 505, Time square, Khan-Uul district

  • 7755 8899 PHONE NUMBER

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Social Emotional Learning

Social emotional learning

A social and emotional learning is designed to help increase children’s social and emotional skills that promote resilience and mitigate risk in children. Although the primary mission of public education has traditionally been perceived as promoting the development of academic skills, there is growing need for the inclusion of skills that may considered “nonacademic” because in the 21st century students will live so busy, under so many stressors, changes in the structure causing high risk for developing a variety of behavioral, social and mental health problems. There is growing evidence that SEL program is effective. Improvements have been measured in areas such as identifying emotions, resolving conflict, self-efficacy, attitudes towards school, positive social behavior, and academic performance.  

The following topics are taught in the primary school. Such as:

  • Who am I?
  • Emotions and feelings
  • Relationship
  • Empathy
  • Character
  • Growth mindset
  • Stress management
  • Planning, goal and dream
  • Free time
  • Personal value
  • Friendship
  • Family

Those topics are taught by professional psychologists while having fun and engaging in activities. Social and emotional learning curriculum offers one way of helping youth develop into socially and emotionally healthy individuals. Together, we can prepare today and tomorrow’s global citizens for 21st century challenges and opportunities.