Bhavnao ko Samjho

Research based social-emotional learning (SEL) program to enable children to thrive

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"Bhavnao ko Samjho" goes Digital

Making quality social-emotional learning (SEL) resources accessible to all children – any time, anywhere!

Roma and her robot friend, Robita, are here for you. 

  • We think all day, yet we do not learn how to think
  • We are surrounded by people, yet we struggle to listen and express
  • We all have problems, yet we do not know how to solve them
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Engage

Team-building Games, Ice-breakers

Engaging children in learning activities helps them to participate, improve retention and build connections.

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Explore

Role-plays, Story telling, Decision making

Exploring helps children to learn and grow through experiences, develop perspectives and feelings of empathy

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Express

Group discussions, Creative expression, Journaling

Expressing themselves helps children share, listen, understand each other and develop meaningful friendships

Testimonials

  • “I really enjoyed role-plays and activities. I wish that everyone co-operate with each other. The sessions helped me be more confident.”

    Aini Shaikh

    Student, Grade 8
  • “I liked role plays, activities and stories in the session. I wish we had more time to do SEL. If I cry so I said to myself it is normal emotions are uncontrollable and that emotions keep changing”

    Khadija Mansuri

    Student, Grade 9
  • “I wish we do role play in everyday class. One thing that impacted in my life is the character strength in which I like kindness and I am kind to my cousin sister”

    Saniya Shaikh

    Student, Grade 7
  • “I observed some girls who were previously very shy and reluctant to talk to their peers now had a lot more confidence and were able to express themselves. Seeing this transformation and the happiness of the students was extremely gratifying and humbling.”

    Shravya Shriwal

    Facilitator, CounSEL Team
  • “With the help of these constructive sessions, they were able to open up, share, discuss their thought processes freely and frequently without any hesitation. In the last session, looking at their sad faces it seemed they will miss these sessions as they also promised to apply them which they learnt.”

    Qhudsiya Sareshwala

    Teacher, Shama School (Shahpur)

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