The Salzburg Global Seminar and Karanga have/had a generic relationship

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Developed The Salzburg Global Seminar
Came from Karanga
Start Date 2015-00-00
Notes Karanga (Māori) - a call out in welcome The need for a global alliance emerged from the Salzburg Global Seminar series: Education for Tomorrow’s World. Educators, researchers and policy makers have come together from all over the globe to discuss the challenges and opportunities for the future of education. In an equitable and thriving world, learners shouldn’t have to choose between being academically successful and being well. They will be both. The Salzburg Global Seminar Fellows from Program 603 SEL: A Global Synthesis The Salzburg Global Seminar Fellows from Program 603 SEL: A Global Synthesis The Global Alliance advances the awareness, knowledge and understanding of skills for learning and life. It bridges the perceived divide between academic knowledge and social emotional skills. Many organisations have defined a vision for 2030 to evolve teaching and learning in their classrooms, schools, and communities, ensuring that learners are enabled with the skills and dispositions required for the future. Life Skills and Social Emotional Learning has emerged in response to the need to acknowledge that academic skills alone are not enough to be happy and successful in school, work and life. In some sectors, this conversation has led to polarization between the perceived value of academic versus social emotional skills. The Global Alliance for Social Emotional Learning and Life Skills believes this is a false divide. Research shows the symbiotic relationship in the development of cognitive, social and emotional domains. The Salzburg Statement released on 19th March 2019 further sets out the opportunity for collective impact. IN A COMPLEX, FAST-MOVING WORLD, IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT WE EQUIP ALL LEARNERS FOR NEW CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES. EVIDENCE SHOWS MULTIPLE LONG-TERM BENEFITS FROM EMBEDDING SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL LEARNING (SEL) OPPORTUNITIES IN EDUCATION IN BOTH FORMAL AND NON-FORMAL CONTEXTS. SEL CAN CONTRIBUTE TO MORE INCLUSIVE, DYNAMIC AND PRODUCTIVE SCHOOLS, COMMUNITIES AND WORKPLACES, AND CAN IN THE LONG TERM SAVE GOVERNMENTS MONEY AND ACCELERATE PRODUCTIVITY. The Salzburg Statement for Social and Emotional Learning, published March 2019

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