General Education Programs

Pathways to Resilience Trust

Pathways to Resilience Trust

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About Us

Various terms are used to describe Social and Emotional Learning  including personal and social development, emotional literacy, emotional intelligence, social and emotional competence and social, emotional and behavioural skills.

Social and emotional learning is a process for helping students develop the knowledge, understandings and skills that support learning, positive behaviour and constructive social relationships.

Social and emotional learning is an approach that teaches students to recognise, regulate and express the social and emotional aspects of their lives so they can operate successfully in the world and manage life tasks.

To operate successfully in the social world, students must build knowledge and understanding of their identity, how relationships are developed and the impact of social contexts on their decision making and behaviour.

Quick Facts About The Region

Pathways to Resilience Trust is located in the suburb of West End, the ward of The Gabba in the council of Brisbane, the state electorate of South Brisbane and the federal electorate of Griffith.