VALUES AND BELIEFS IN SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL EDUCATION
Social and emotional education, in comparison with other types of education, obviously operates with values and beliefs transposed through competences in schools programs. The present study makes a brief overview of the beliefs identified from systematic observations in a program of social and emotional education developed in Romania.
Keywords: social and emotional education, beliefs, CASEL, social and emotional education standards and competences, axiology of education
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