Mindfulness and Social Emotional Learning: Need and Relevance in Teacher Education By Dr Seema Sharma


During turbulence it’s difficult to see clearly whereas things become clear when everything is calm. The state of calmness is mindfulness, total attention towards the present, observing minutely and dealing the difficult situations with various coping strategies. Mindfulness is an important tool to teach social and emotional competence. The present study is an attempt to explore the concepts of mindfulness, social and emotional learning, and benefits of practicing mindfulness. The study is descriptive in nature and the researcher has reviewed various research papers published in the journals. The present study explored that mindfulness can facilitate physical and mental well being which in turn can aid social and emotional learning.

Keywords: Mindfulness, Social Competence, Emotional Competence

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