Relationship mapping is one of many promising strategies for understanding the nature of students’ networks within and beyond school. This paper highlights a range of practices that schools are starting to deploy to take stock of the relationship assets in their students’ lives.
Relationships and connection have emerged in the research as key factors in building and maintaining well-being. This also means that a lack of connection, and connections that produce negative emotions, can take a toll on us. How can we be intentional about our connections?