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5 Ways to Build a Child’s Emotional Literacy

5 Ways to Build a Child’s Emotional Literacy

Educare – Colin Gasamis “Developing the ability to identify, describe, and understand a feeling is termed emotional literacy. Think of feelings words. Children who learn to describe their feelings as well as the feelings of others have better outcomes in school and other areas of life. These children also display less challenging behavior, get into fewer fights, and deal with frustration better. When adult caregivers take time to explicitly engage children in activities that build emotional literacy they ensure a brighter future. While we may have a vague understanding of what emotional literacy is, it can be difficult to know ways we can build this capacity in children. Here are 5 easy ways to build the emotional literacy of...
The Future Speaks Chinese

The Future Speaks Chinese

Asia Society – Jeff Wang “Foreign language study isn’t just about training every student to replace a translator; it’s about building a society of citizens that invoke mutual trust, respect, and possess the disposition to collaborate. These are critical elements of a world seeking a shared sense and responsibility for security and prosperity…We believe that making sure more of our young people learn and master a global language affords them not only advantages in career opportunities, but also the lifelong gift of fostering tolerance, sensitivity, and curiosity. Put simply, with every passing day it becomes clearer, and easier to make the case: The future really does speak Chinese; and that future holds more promise for the United States, if more of its citizens become students of the...
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