Education
1:30 pm
Wed August 14, 2013

Should more schools teach "Social-Emotional Intelligence"?

The director of a private Missoula K-8 school attended a training seminar last month at U-C Berkeley to learn more about teaching "social-emotional learning skills".


       Sussex School's Robyn Gaddy believes it's important for schools to teach skills that she says help develop the "emotional literacy" of students.

Robyn Gaddy
Credit Sussex School

Gaddy earned her Master of Science in Experimental Education.
       In this evening's feature interview with Edward O'Brien, Gaddy explains why these social-emotional learning skills should be taught right along side other core subjects.

Robyn Gaddy on how school can teach students to be happy and well-adjusted