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At least 1 in 7 children and young people has lived under stay-at-home policies for most of the last year, putting mental health and well-being at risk
As we approach the one-year anniversary of the pandemic, UNICEF urges greater investment in mental health services
Breaking out of a Cocoon
How Social and Emotional Learning helped a boy who once felt hopeless
A Leap of Self-discovery
How Social and Emotional Learning made an impact on a boy who once felt hopeless
Social and Emotional Learning: 10 Years in Review
Introduced in 2011, the Social and Emotional Learning project now covers 625 schools in 11 provincial-level regions, benefiting more than 300,000 students.
Home learning – Planning for success!
Learning from home can be a challenge, but it can be made fun!
What lessons can we take away from the COVID-19 outbreak?
Be kind to yourself! Let’s work to get through this together!
We’re Different, We’re the Same and We’re Wonderful
Here are some tips on how to teach your child to understand and appreciate a pluralistic society.
Learning to see things from another’s perspective
Taking different perspectives can help children respond to challenges rationally and calmly and make responsible decisions.
Are your children ready to go back to school?
Just like their children, parents are also concerned about health and school safety and their children’s learning progress.
Balancing Parenting Time and Me Time
Tips for spending quality time with your child during the COVID-19 pandemic
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