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SEL - Social awareness
Social awareness can be described as the ability of a person to consider the perspectives of others, communities, or groups in a social setting and apply that understanding to their interaction with them.
This skill area can be associated with social-emotional learning. An excellent way to think of this is by contrasting it with self-awareness. While self-awareness refers to students’ ability to understand themselves and their actions, social awareness is more about becoming more aware of other people and feeling compassion for them.
Social awareness for students
Effectively describes social awareness for all phases.
Social awareness for teachers and parents
Clearly describes social awareness for both teachers and parents in relative contexts.
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