It’s probably no secret that children who have involved parents are more happy, healthy, and well-adjusted and excel at their educational and extracurricular pursuits. It can increase their cognitive development, keeps them motivated, strengthens the parent-child relationship, and has a direct positive influence on their overall academic achievement. In turn, it can also help parents achieve a positive outlook on their parenting, increase their own self confidence and self esteem, and will most likely feel more satisfied with their child’s educational experience at school.
Teenagers are considered as one of the most active group of individuals today. However, there are times that teens are already having some kind of mental health problem and yet adults fail to recognize it. Because of misinterpretation and ignorance, teens get to experience less understanding from their parents thus, leading to a more complicated situation which is of mental illness.
Emotional Intelligence or commonly known as EQ is a relatively new field of psychology. Emotional intelligence means the ability for a person to access, influence and conclude our emotions and also the emotions of other people around us.
The term emotional intelligence was first made popular by Daniel Goldman with his book Emotional Intelligence and since then many researchers have began studies in this new field of psychology. Since then, we have understood a lot more about emotional intelligence.
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Being a teenager can involve a lot of juggling. Trying to manage demands at school, home and from friends can seem stressful--even overwhelming at times. To help teens handle stress and stay focused, parents should encourage their teens to budget their time, eat and sleep well, exercise, and ask for help when they need it.
No matter what your opinion on education may be, you have to admit that the world has changed drastically in the last few decades. With technology and globalization rapidly growing at an unprecedented rate, it’s more important than ever that students learn how to live and work cooperatively with others.
Fortunately, there are many programs that can help students develop these skills, one of which is social-emotional learning (SEL).
Here are five reasons why you should support SEL in your child’s education.
HEART SEL Education strives to promote social-emotional learning to improve the emotional, social and mental health of the next generation of youth! Our blog articles help educate on a number of topics related to SEL, education, school counseling, parenting, homeschooling, and more!