Disappearing Recess Implications – Ben Hirshberg

Social Learning

  • At the core of the human experience is social interaction; and the play that takes place during recess assists in children socially interacting. Recess gives children opportunities to increase their positive social opportunities, get acquainted with peers, and form friendships. As previously mentioned, the development of social relationships facilitates learning inside the classroom. In addition to that, social relationships relieve students from stress and enhance students’ positive association with school. Simply stated, recess is a time where children can freely have social interaction, and relationships are formed as a result of that.
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