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In this paper, we explore the importance of the social-emotional competence on children's growth. To develop children social-emotional competence, an interaction between adults and children is critically needed. Teachers have the responsibility to enhance children's development in many aspects, including social, emotional, cognitive, academic, and behavioral skills. A positive relationship between teachers and young students helps those students to have better school achievement and behavioraldoi:10.5539/ies.v12n12p141 fatcat:a3rfljcmi5hcxgfvhqzmm674pu