Value of Socio-Emotional Learning,
Resilience and Mindfulness
Rachel Robertson, United States

Rachel Robertson, Bright Horizions Executive Director and World Forum Sponsor talks about how executive function and social-emotional skills work together to build a well-rounded, successful human, no matter their age. Rachel also expresses the importance of appropriate expectations for children and resilience in the success of teachers.

“Resilience isn’t about not having challenges. It’s about being able to do something, being able to respond to them appropriately and thrive, despite them.”

– Rachel Robertson, Bright Horizons

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