The (not so) secret life of emotions at school

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Affective or socioemotional skills play a major role in the act of teaching and learning. However, these skills are not fixed: they constitute skills that everyone can learn to develop… but not just any old way! It is in this perspective that the development of social and emotional skills becomes a major object of professional training and of the educational arsenal of teachers.

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