Reading Minds and Building Relationships: This Is Social Studies

Thompson, Ross A.; Thompson, Janet E.
July 2015
YC: Young Children;Jul2015, Vol. 70 Issue 3, p32
Academic Journal
The article addresses issues on social and emotional learning and its importance in the early childhood social studies curriculum. Topics covered include strategies that teachers can implement to encourage good citizenship in children, approaches to encourage social interaction in children, and several strategies that teachers can use to build social and emotional understanding for the development of responsible behavior in children.


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