Encouraging Self-Awareness and Self-Advocacy

Teaching social and emotional skills in the classroom can help students grow into empathetic, kind and selfless adults. And while empathy is key to an equitable world, social and emotional skills aren’t limited to relationships with others. In fact, they’re deeply rooted in our relationships with ourselves.

Students who learn to think deeply about their own actions, emotions and abilities are much more likely to succeed both in school and life. This is what most people call self-awareness, and it can help students understand what they need and want most out of life. To foster self-awareness and confidence skills in your classroom, here are some helpful expert tips to follow.


At Churchill Center & School, we empower students by giving them the confidence and tools they need to play an active role in their own education and future.


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Churchill's proven methods and well-trained faculty change the lives of children who struggle with dyslexia, ADHD and other learning disabilities.