Teaching students how to label, identify, and manage emotions helps them learn Inhibition & Self-Regulation skills. By discussing emotions and strategies to manage them, students are better equipped to navigate the emotions they experience to support their learning.
Watch how this teacher uses storytelling and visual imagery to have a conversation about emotions. By asking questions about what the character is feeling, inviting students to share their own stories, and introducing skits to help them think about different ways of expressing their emotions, the teacher discusses emotions constructively.
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See how the Peekapak uses digital stories and activities to promote social and emotional learning. Students can practice discussing emotions in the stories as well as in an immersive online game world.