Using texts to discuss complex emotions and perspectives with students can help them see how they influence behavior and draw their own personal connections. Through these discussions, students can advance their Vocabulary for describing these feelings and also build their Self-regulation.
Watch how these high school students discuss emotions through literature in their advisory. As a regular activity, students feel safe to openly share and are part of a learning community. By reading the same novel that surfaces real challenges that are relevant to their lives, they engage in meaningful conversation that connects to each of them personally.
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See how self-reflection apps like Mitra can promote social and emotional well-being. Students can record their daily emotions and view their trends, which they can then discuss with others.
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