Name That Emotion

Kids often can’t identify how they feel beyond “good” or “bad”. Here’s how to fix that.

Emotional intelligence is the ability to identify not only your emotions, but the emotions of people around you, and then successfully navigate those emotions. This is a relatively new, evolving branch of psychology, and you’ve likely seen some pretty heated debates lately about whether or not it should be taught in schools.

Whether you’re a teacher, an administrator, or a parent, here are a few straightforward ways you can teach…

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B.S. Business/Human Resources M.S. in Child Development/Education. Associate editor for Touchpoint Press. Erstwhile classroom music teacher. Homeschooler.

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Gina Denny

Gina Denny

B.S. Business/Human Resources M.S. in Child Development/Education. Associate editor for Touchpoint Press. Erstwhile classroom music teacher. Homeschooler.

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