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"Anger Management For Kids" - This Is How Anger Feels #1

Educational Festival Inc.
Average rating:4.7Number of reviews:(106)
Anger patterns in children should be addressed and acknowledged in early childhood and continued in later years to manage anger. This class help students manage their anger through three activities to understand how to feel better.

Class experience

Students will learn how to manage the behavior of anger and learn where it comes from by using self-control strategies. When I teach students how to recognize their undesired behaviors it makes them aware of the behavior and it gives them an opportunity to recognize how anger affects them and others. Then students can work on changing the behavior with positive supports. 

As a special education teacher, I manage extreme behaviors in and out of the classroom. I have taken courses in my master’s program and attend yearly behavior management training. I apply behavior strategies to students with disabilities to teach them self-control and what to do when they are feeling stress, anxiety during transition, when they do not know how to express/communicate what they are feeling etc. In my teaching practice I use learning strategies to assess student’s needs, visuals to reach nonverbal students, words to encourage communication (talk, raise your hand, smile, etc.), conversation starters, hands on projects, and wait time for response.
Homework Offered
During class time questions will be reviewed and students are expected to write them down to answer at home for additional resourses to use when anger arrives.
0 hours per week outside of class
Assessments Offered
Grades Offered
 1 file available upon enrollment
Materials Needed - Spiral notebook and a pencil. Grade Policy - Engagement, participation. Expectations - To follow the Virtual Rules. Policies - Refunds are subject to review.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
All content in this class, Anger Management for Kids, is appporprate for the age levels of the calss. 
Resources used for this class are video clips on anger (up to 3 minutes), reference material and guides from various sources including  professional development workshops and trainings. I use calming choices, behavior charts to hold learners accountable for their behavior management in the classroom. In this course, Anger Management for kids, I will follow a recourse (workbook) guide to introduce manage anger. Reference materials include workbooks, coping strategies, ways to cope with stress, and the anger alternatives game, Don't Get Mad..., by Sam  Snowden, the Guidance Group,  and anger management in the classroom through professional development training. Don't Get Mad, the anger alternatives game by Guidance Group, www.honolulu.hawaii.edu, and www.Pathway 2 Success.

Average rating:4.7Number of reviews:(106)
Educational Festival Inc. is a nonprofit organization providing educational experiences and building cultural awareness, artistic expression through online and in-person connections. Educators will provide a diverse prospective in different... 
Group Class


per class
Meets once
90 min

Completed by 246 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 8-12
4-8 learners per class

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