Social & Emotional Skills for Well-Being
In an increasingly fast-changing, complex, and diverse world, social and emotional skills are becoming ever more important. In this paper, the OECD presents an overview of literature on social and emotional skills, describing the nature and structure of these skills, their development, malleability, and factors that influence them, their cross-cultural comparability, and their relevance for a wide range of educational, economic, and life outcomes.
Chernyshenko, O., M. Kankaraš and F. Drasgow (2018),“Social and emotional skills for student success and wellbeing: Conceptual framework for the OECD study on social and emotional skills”, OECD Education Working Papers, No. 173, OECD Publishing, Paris.
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