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EMOTIONS AND SELF-REGULATION

"Experience is not what happens to you - it's how you interpret what happens to you."
- Aldous Huxley

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INTRODUCTION

Emotion Recognition

This section will introduce the concepts of:
1. Understanding emotions and how they manifest in the body and brain
2. Identifying and describing a variety of emotions using a variety of tools

MAPPING OUT EMOTIONS

Body & Brain

Where do we feel emotions?

LABELING EMOTIONS

- going beyond happy, sad and angry -


Class Dojo has now included the section  Mojo gets mindful. One of the episodes,  Mojo Meets the Beast, introduces the idea that emotions can be overwhelmingly powerful and also offers the opportunity to practice identifying strong emotions through playing the "Name that Emotion" game.

TOOLS

Click to find out about the Mood Meter app, to help:

  • expand emotional vocabulary

  • provide insight into inner life

  • regulate feelings

  • remind you to check in with yourself

  • provides a log and a report over time

RESOURCES

Supporting Minds

  • An Educator’s Guide to Promoting Students’ Mental Health and Well-being

MindUp curriculum: 

  •  easy to implement lessons

  • Activities that build awareness and self-regulation, to improve a child's social-emotional and cognitive abilities

Centre for Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation- Ideas for Teaching Children about Emotions 

Understood.org

 
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