Children growing social and emotional competence, engagement and learning.
Mā te whiritahi, ka whakatutuki ai ngā pūmanawa ā tangata
Together weaving the realisation of potential
What does social & emotional learning refer to?
Knowledge, skills, and attitudes that children use in socially and culturally appropriate ways to form relationships, solve conflicts, express and regulate emotions, adapt in new situations, and overcome challenges.
How is social & emotional learning approached in Kōwhiti Whakapae?
Te ao Māori concepts ground and structure the social and emotional area of learning. Select capabilities for teaching and learning have been drawn from each of these concepts. These capabilities are described and detailed as follows.