Teaching students how to label, identify, and manage Emotion helps them learn 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. Improving their ability to self-assess their own emotions fosters Metacognition and enhances their Social Awareness & Relationship Skills.
Watch how this primary school teacher incorporates discussions about Emotion into his classroom. Through whole-class discussions and individual reflections, students are able to consider, label, and express their emotions so they can be at their best for learning.
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See how Mood Meter allows learners to choose an emotion they are feeling then explore strategies to help shift their emotion as necessary. Additionally, the learner can track their own emotion and share with their peers.