“For some students, a sense of belonging is indicative of educational success and long-term health and wellbeing. It has also been found to promote positive attitudes towards students’ learning.
What’s more, students who feel part of, and accepted by, their school community are not only more likely to participate in school activities, both academic and non-academic, but will be actively engaged in these activities.”
Inclusion and a sense of belonging, matter deeply to a child’s sense of belonging and learning capacity.
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From: The Conversation
June 7, 2018