Saturday, May 11, 2019

Texas Comprehensive Pre-Kindergarten System in English and Spanish

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SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT DOMAIN. While a preschool education should include activities that strengthen cognitive skills, it must provide for the development of the social and emotional competencies required for school readiness. The vast majority of social/emotional development occurs with little or no formal instruction but with appropriate teacher guidance surrounding social and emotional situations such as separating from families, sharing space and materials with peers, resolving conflicts, and developing empathy for others. The development of these personal and social skills enables children to build a sense of who they are and what they can do. Children establish positive relationships with teachers and peers which enable them to participate effectively in the classroom community, assert independence in appropriate ways, and accomplish tasks that are meaningful to them without infringing on the rights of others.

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