Summary: this article talks about the importance of including "non-academic" measures on report cards. These "soft skills" are also very important to student development. The author shares a case study of a student and how, by getting to know more about the student himself, the teacher was able to help the student flourish.
Source: Angiue King, Education DIVE, July 27, 2018
Description: "Learning about who you are, what your character strengths are, how you engage with others, how to problem solve in social situations, and how to value the perspectives of others leads to greater happiness and a continued sense of meaning in learning and life. It also allows us to think creatively, be resilient, and connect learning to the core of who we are."
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