OECD Report on Social and Emotional Skills
The OECD publishes the results of its first study on social and emotional skills in teenagers.
COVID19 SOCIAL SKILLS REPORTS SOCIOEMOTIONAL LEARNING
The OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development), has published the results of its first survey, Beyond Academic Learning, about the impact of the pandemic on social and emotional skills in adolescents and preadolescents.
The report shows the results of a study that grouped and measured social and emotional skills based on the Big Five Personality Aspects (Emotional Regulation, Collaboration, Engagement with Others, Task Accomplishment, and Open-mindedness).
It also evaluates two skills not categorized in the previous classification that complement this measurement: motivation to achieve goals and personal effectiveness.