Interesting read from EdTech Magazine.
Though not tested on Common Core or other statewide tests, social and emotional skills are an important part of the development of today’s students.
Many of the social interactions K-12 students will have in their lives will occur online, so it is fitting that technology can be used a means to teach students important social and emotional skills.
A report released last year from the World Economic Forum indicated that educational technology could assist with teaching social skills such as collaboration and communication, THE Journal reports.
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