It maintains healthy and cooperative relationships, fostering connectivity, increases social support and college retention (Mattanah, Ayers, Brand, Brooks, Quimby, & McNary, 2010), prevents interpersonal conflict, and works through conflict peacefully when needed.
Relationship skills help students build and maintain healthy relationships, act according to social norms, communicate, actively listen, cooperate, negotiate conflict, and seek assistance when needed (Weissberg, 2016). Also, relationship skills help students work better collaboratively and with diverse backgrounds.
Relationship skills also help students to build support networks, as well as encourage students to seek out help when needed in order to obtain academic, personal, social, and vocational guidance.
Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning (2013). The 2013 CASEL Guide: Effecitive social and emotional learning programs-preschool and elementary school edition. Chicago, IL. Retrieved from: https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED581699.pdf
Mattanah, J. F., Ayers, J. F., Brand, B. L., Brooks, L. J., Quimby, J. L., & McNary, S. W. (2010). A social support intervention to ease the college transition: Exploring main effects and moderators. Journal of College Student Development, pp. 51, 92–108.
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