The better you understand your students’ SEL skills today, the better you can help them succeed tomorrow.
See why Social and Emotional Learning skills are increasingly viewed as important for employment selection, career training, outcomes assessment, professional development/enhancement, succession planning and more.
In this paper, published by Asia Society and Professional Examination Service, the authors explore the Big Five personality factors. These factors, the authors write, can act as a Rosetta Stone to "translate" the various concepts and terms used among and between researchers and practitioners, economists and businesspeople, and policymakers in education systems in different countries. Interpreting critical Social and Emotional Learning educational outcomes through the lens of the Big Five tethers them to the hundreds—thousands even—of psychological research studies conducted in the past two decades.
The conclusion of this research is clear and compelling: these Social and Emotion Learning traits matter. Download the supporting research.