Students today can oftentimes lack awareness in themselves, in their classrooms, or just in general. They say things or do things that upset other students but don’t understand why. Sometimes their smartphones can make them aloof, only half-engaged with those in the room. They don’t get why others don’t like them. They choose harsh or outrageous language; they are unaware of their microaggressions. They don’t recognize the impact of their words. In this episode, Tim Elmore and Andrew McPeak share the solutions to this problem including four practical ways you can help build social awareness in today’s students.