By Marion C. Hyson
This paintings deals a beginning for construction an emotional-centred early early life curriculum, linking emotional competence to varsity readiness and to a huge variety of vital youth results.
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Mandy bounced across the room on tiptoes to put her carefully torn pieces of orange paper in her cubby. Individual temperament and cultural standards may influence how intensely children display their emotions, but an emotion-centered curriculum always has room for feelings. 20 Constructing an Emotion-Centered Curriculum Individual and Cultural Styles Programs that lack a strong emotional focus may restrict opportunities to develop individual and culturally compatible interests and styles, because children perform activities in only one stereotyped way.
Creating a secure emotional environment If teachers create an emotionally secure climate, children are able to explore and learn. 2. Helping children understand emotions If teachers promote emotional understanding, children have insight into their own and others’ feelings, becoming more empathic and socially competent. 3. Modeling genuine, appropriate emotional responses If teachers themselves show real emotions, and if they are effective models, children are likely to adopt appropriate ways of showing their feelings.
Says Natalie, touching Helen’s three bandaged fingertips, and adds, “Hi, Kimberly,” to a small girl standing diffidently outside a group of children near the table. Natalie’s welcoming tone and warm smile included Kimberly in the group without pressuring her to assume center stage. Direct Expression of Feelings A visitor to an emotion-centered program sees children express their feelings openly. “I want to make this for my mommy,” Carl demanded, as he barged into the collage group clutching paper and scissors.