Human relationships are at the core of loving & learning.
Through song & playful activities, Rangeet flexes our social muscles & prepares children to be tomorrow’s carers, thinkers & citizens.

Kathy Hirsh-Pasek, Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution

Human relationships are at the core of loving & learning.
Through song & playful activities, Rangeet flexes our social muscles & prepares children to be tomorrow’s carers, thinkers & citizens.

Kathy Hirsh-Pasek, Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution

Social emotional learning includes the process of developing self-awareness, self-control and interpersonal skills vital to everyday life.

Research links strong social emotional skills to increased mental, social and academic outcomes and weak social emotional skills to negative behaviours, well-being or even neuropsychiatric disorders.

Development of such skills lasts into young adulthood, offering a prolonged window of opportunity for positive impact on individuals and communities.

Curriculum and Resources

SELF

SOCIETY

ECOLOGY

Through SEEK, schools and communities become vehicles through which children can continuously learn and practice a breadth of skills to function successfully in the present and future.

Skills which will always be relevant, including:

  • Communication
  • Collaboration
  • Content
  • Critical Thinking
  • Creative Innovation
  • Confidence
  • Flexibility
  • Resilience
  • Initiative

Improved Outcomes of Social Emotional Learning Programs

Better academic achievement and higher possibility of completing high school / college.
Improved attitudes toward themselves and others.
Less emotional distress and mental health problems.
Reduction in substance abuse, criminal behaviour, physical aggression.
Less likely to be bullied or left out. Higher school attendance records.

Positive impact regardless of race, socio-economic and geographical context.

More likely to get a job by the age of 25.

Better academic achievement and higher possibility of completing high school / college.
Improved attitudes toward themselves and others.
Less emotional distress and mental health problems.
Reduction in substance abuse, criminal behaviour, physical aggression.
Less likely to be bullied or left out. Higher school attendance records.

Positive impact regardless of race, socio-economic and geographical context.

More likely to get a job by the age of 25.

The Rangeet SEEK curriculum includes our relationship with the environment, creating a network of emotional and ecological intelligence. Without a healthy planet there is no viable future for all.

“Social and Emotional Learning is about the education of the human heart. The future of human civilization and the protection of the planet depends on the evolution of the human heart and Rangeet’s methodologies are utterly essential.”

David Sawyer, Converge, Education Reformer