1. Social – Emotional
Children’s emotions and early relationships are strongly connected with behaviors and their later development and learning. The contents for Social-Emotional Development include the following living values and life skills such as:
I. Regulating their own emotions and behaviors: children are aware of themselves in relation to others, able to get along with, and therefore learn from peers, helping each other in learning.
II. Establishing and sustaining positive relationships with adults, with teachers, self-directing towards academic success and schooling.
III. Participating cooperatively and constructively in group situations: be able to share, behave appropriately, follow directions, stay on task and organize work materials to meet learning requirements.