Social-Emotional Learning and Its Aspects

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Emotions play a significant role since, above all, while they matter for performance, they likewise matter for well-being and health, relationships, decision-making, attention, learning, and memory. Brackett and Cipriano’s (2020) research shows that teachers with more developed emotional skills reportedly encounter greater job satisfaction and less burnout and experience more positive and negative emotions. With this understanding, supporting the well-being of teachers is of paramount importance, especially when coping with student learning loss and pressure to accelerate student learning because it impacts how educators interact with learners.

Emotions serve as a significant drive for learning and teaching since the decisions made by educators, within and outside the classroom, determine their well-being. Another principal reason for supporting teachers is that it establishes a balance between how they feel and what they want. The significance relates to the presentation of an opportunity to work together to improve the emotional climate at home and school (Brackett and Cipriano, 2020). The support is equally essential since principals will help develop a vibrant environment concerning how teachers feel and what they experience in how they think it through.

Providing support to teachers’ emotions is critical because it also presents an opportunity where principals can anticipate student learning expectations. The support from principals helps in how teachers work around the clock. Through kindness, respect, patience, honesty, and flexibility, principals understand the strategies that support the resilience and wellness of the students (Brackett and Cipriano, 2020). When emotional support is provided, an understanding of the experiences and interactions is gained, helping create better-quality relationships that are central in the establishment of more robust connections between educators and learners. Further, support from school principals would help comprehend the causes and outcomes of certain emotions and influence how successful the learning environment will, in turn, determine students’ success.


Brackett, M., & Cipriano, C. (2020). Teachers Are Anxious and Overwhelmed. They Need SEL Now More Than Ever. – EdSurge News. EdSurge.

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