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MS in Literacy Education
This action research project asks how the teaching of social and emotional skills supports early literacy development. The research claims that the activities embedded within Morning Meeting provide social and emotional support in a whole group setting. One student was chosen for observation of social, emotional, and academic behaviors within Morning Meeting as well as various activities throughout the day. It was found that the daily routine provided the sense of belonging and self-esteem that leads to engaged learning throughout the day. This project supports that Morning Meeting should be used in all classrooms to provide social and emotional support in order for students to be set up for successful learning.
Williams, Amanda Margaret, "The Use of Morning Meeting to Develop Social and Emotional Skills" (2011). Education Masters. Paper 200.
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