Proceedings of The 3rd International Conference on Modern Research in Education, Teaching and Learning
Social-Emotional Education Prototype Modelling in On-line Learning COVID-19 Environment (SEEP)
Giedrė Kvieskienė, Vytautas Kvieska
This research is part of an analyses how Online Social Emotional Learning Innovations socio-emotional prototypes helps systemize online innovative social emotional learning and included social networks to provide quality and equity social – emotional content to all children in the schools and local communities. The pandemic has not necessarily created new inequalities but made existing ones more recognizable situations. Teaching face-to- face teachers facilitate students for the empowerment of social – emotional skills, adopt collaborative teaching methods and create trusting relationships. The changed emotional social environment during COVID-2019 needs a new vision of teaching and encouraged new research algorithms of social emotional education. The “deficit perspectives” that are held by social and emotional researchers (Goleman, 2006) and/or educator stereotypes held toward immigrant populations are actual problem for all Schools. Social emotional Prototype Contains Integrated Family and local communities and Integrated subject practices in the schools. Improving the functioning of the family and local communities; strengthening mutual understanding and emotional support from family members; ability to solve problems and develop problem solving strategies in different life situations. Family Assistance is designed to help parents and teachers better understand child’s needs and behavior, including positive socialization scenarios.
Keywords: Family Therapy; Innovation; Integrated learning; Positive Socialization.