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Literature Review on SEL
A classroom is the second platform for children's socialization after home. Children
observe, identify, learn and apply emotional and social skills from peers and educators. Emotions
and relationships are critical in the learning process because they shape students' behavior.
Teachers are, therefore, in unique positions as reference points for children at school in
influencing their socioemotional development. They can promote this development by
facilitating teacher-student interactions and organizing the classroom to create an ideal social-
emotional learning environment (SEL). Such an environment supports the development of self-
awareness, self-control, and interpersonal skills in students necessary for their academic and life
success. SEL helps students cope with emotional turmoil and avoid pressure for engaging in
unbecoming behaviors in preparation for success in school life. The purpose of the following
discussion is to review the literature on social and emotional learning. The review aims to
evaluate how students can comfortably express their feelings in socially appropriate ways and
the significance of direct teaching on emotional management to the classroom environment in
life skills support.
Garner, W. P. (2010). Emotional competence and its influence on teaching and learning.
Educational Psychology Review, 22(3): 297-321.
Garner contributes to the research questions in her disciplinary review of research and
theory related to associating school-related outcomes in childhood with emotional competence to
learning. She richly draws on educational and developmental psychology and teacher education
in assessing teachers' positions in socializing students' emotions. Subscribers of attentional
control theory consider optimal cognitive performance to occur when attention resources are
sparsely distributed than when concentrated on specific jobs. The theory implies assigning

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Running Head: LITERATURE REVIEW ON SEL Literature Review on SEL Name Professor Course Date 1 LITERATURE REVIEW ON SEL 2 Literature Review on SEL A classroom is the second platform for children's socialization after home. Children observe, identify, learn and apply emotional and social skills from peers and educators. Emotions and relationships are critical in the learning process because they shape students' behavior. Teachers are, therefore, in unique positions as reference points for children at school in influencing their socioemotional development. They can promote this development by facilitating teacher-student interactions and organizing the classroom to create an ideal socialemotional learning environment (SEL). Such an environment supports the development of selfawareness, self-control, and interpersonal skills in students necessary for their academic and life success. SEL helps students cope with emotional turmoil and avoid pressure for engaging in unbecoming behaviors in preparation for success in school life. The purpose of the following discussion is to review the literature on social and emotional learning. The review aims to evaluate how students can comfortably express their feelings in socially appropriate ways and the significance of direct teaching on emotional management to the classroom environment in life skills support. Garner, W. P. (2010). Emotional competence and its influence on teaching and learning. Educational Psychology Review, 22(3): 297- ...
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