Strategies for assessing students' social and emotional skills

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While Quebecers of school age are showing signs of anxiety and depression more than ever, it becomes essential, both for their academic success and for their well-being, to equip them so that they can maintain good mental health. . Thus, the development of social and emotional skills (or SEL in English) takes on all its importance. If these skills need to be developed in students, how can they assess their progress and offer them appropriate interventions?

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