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Emotional education and all the growing debate around it, makes evident how important it is for the harmonious development of the child. We are increasingly faced with behavioral problems arising from the difficulty that students have in resolving conflicts in the most diverse situations. Students need to develop social-emotional skills to succeed in school, in their profession, and in their personal lives. To this end, the school must promote a school environment that supports the student, in order to respond to their concerns and enable them to deal with their emotions. In addition to providing reflection activities, where students can think about different issues and understand their behavior, their emotions, they should promote and work with different strategies: games, reading stories, writing, meditation and relaxation practices, in which self-knowledge, self-perception, emotional regulation and empathy are worked on and experienced.

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