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"Self-awareness is the ability to take an honest look at your life without any attachment to it being right or wrong, good or bad." - Debbie Ford

Social awareness involves the ability to understand and empathize with others by showing concern for the feelings of others, understanding and expressing gratitude, recognizing strengths in others and identifying diverse social norms, including unjust ones.

Students with strong social awareness can more easily adapt to their environment, engage in constructive communication with their peers and resolve conflicts when they arise and are less prone to emotional distress and less likely to engage in risky behaviour. This, in turn, creates Positive Classroom Climate and better relationships, where students can focus on learning.



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