Emotion and cognition in the age of AI

80% of educators say emotional well-being is crucial for developing foundational literacies. Over time, our understanding of the importance of emotional well-being has grown. Now it is time to put that knowledge into practice in the classroom, to benefit our students. Technology can help teachers more seamlessly integrate social and emotional skill development into their curriculum, and provide the personalized tools to support emotional well-being as students tackle learning challenges. Contact us to learn more about how you can accomplish this in your own school.

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Our classrooms are no longer tasked with simply teaching multiplication tables and spelling. An equally important factor in a child’s education is their overall emotional well-being and the emotional literacy skills they develop. This survey compiles responses from educators across the world to paint a picture of emotional well-being in schools, including what matters most, what is being done, and what technology can do to support future efforts.

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