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Support Students’ Social-Emotional Needs with Self-Regulation Spaces

September 23, 2022

With mental health in students continuing to decline, according to Forbes, K–12 schools and educators are looking for the best ways to support those who are struggling without sacrificing learning. A renewed focus on social-emotional learning in K–12 classrooms is one way districts are trying to help students overcome the increased levels of stress and trauma many have experienced during the past two and a half years. However, providing social-emotional learning lessons alone may not be enough to equip students with the non-cognitive skills they need to effectively process their emotions.

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