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MAC brings the research on para-language, body language and the relationship dynamic into the classroom for children to learn that interaction with others is much more than the words spoken. But words themselves are also vitally important for harmony between peers and across racial, ethnic, religious and gender divides.

MAC equips children with key skills as they begin to construct an ever-expanding web of relationships at home, in school and in the wider world, including — ultimately — the workplace.

Children learn to reflect on the variety and diversity of relationships and explore shared values such as honesty, respect, politeness, tolerance, compromise and caution.