Cross Curricular & Social Emotional Learning
Tamanawis continues its commitment towards student success through the lens of cross-curricular and social emotional learning.
Social-emotional learning is vital for students because it teaches them crucial life skills, including the ability to understand themselves, develop a positive self-image, take responsibility for their actions, and forge relationships with the people around them. It can also be critical for students to build confidence and self-esteem.
Through social-emotional learning, students learn to solve problems, persevere in the face of adversity, fight for social justice, empathize with other people, take responsibility, lead by example, and establish the kind of behaviors that most predict long-term success in modern life.
Tamanawis teacher Mariam Hazhir uses a Persian concept sang-e saboor to teach Social Emotional Learning to her students.
Plants As A Source of Mental Health Rejuvenation In The Classroom
Teaching with cross-curricular learning allows educators to use multiple academic subjects at one time. It is an effective way to teach students problem-solving skills, give real-world meaning to assignments while increasing student engagement.
Tamanawis Preforming Arts Program will be re-engaging in cross- curricular learning in the upcoming 2022/2023 schools year.