The WorryWoo Developing Social And Emotional Intelligence
"As teachers we all know that social and emotional intelligence is second to none in terms of health and happiness; as they say EQ > IQ in life!" - Dr. John Irvine
This is a challenging time for helping children develop their social and emotional intelligence. We live in an age when there has never been a greater awareness of how emotional intelligence supports every aspect of a child’s development. At the same time, we are living in a rapidly changing world which is placing pressures upon children to react to new situations. How they deal with these experiences often depends on how they handle their emotions.
This new first-of-a-kind program for K-5 includes lesson plans for Language Arts, Visual Arts, Performing Arts & Music classrooms. Lessons can be used in conjunction with one another or on their own. Program also includes online video tutorials and additional lesson plans.
Teaching emotions in all facets of a school program gives students the opportunity to explore various ways they can identify, understand and cope with difficult emotions.