If Feelings Could Talk. Anger, Anxiety, Stress, Boundaries. Let’s Manage Anger!
Young adults sometimes have big feelings that they cannot always put into words. In this class we will find ways to put words to our emotions. Flex
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NO LIVE CLASSES In this class we will talk about BIG feelings. Young adults can find it hard to put their emotions into words. Through different exercises we will learn ways to express our big feelings to those around us. If your learners is not an avid communicator, gets frustrated by life’s everyday stressors or gets angry when unable to find the right words to explain how they are feeling, this class can help. I teach in a calm, low pressure setting so children feel comfortable trying...
I have a bachelors degree in child and family from Iowa State University. I have extensive experience with developmentally challenged children and young adults. This is not a therapy class, it is to teach children ways to express feelings. What does our voice sound like if we are angry? The questions and conversations I will be having with the students will not be specifically guided from their personal issues. I give broad statements such as: If your sibling takes your favorite toy here are two things you can try. First we use our word: please give it back. Second we ask mom or dad to help.
No live meetings, and maybe some time outside of class.
I will be using teachings from: Mosaic of Thought: Teaching Comprehension in a Reader's Workshop by Susan Zimmerman and Ellin Oliver Keene (Heinemann, 1997). Cathy Puett Miller is a passionate advocate for early literacy. Known widely as "The Literacy Ambassador," Miller connects children, families, and teachers with resources to create positive early reading experiences. Psychology professor's tips for kids and teens with pandemic anger and anxiety. Robyn Mehlenbeck, director of George Mason University's Center for Psychological Services and a clinical psychology professor in Mason's College of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Neurodiverse teacher, former librarian, farmer, author, MIPA book awards judge and mom.
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193 total reviews
358 completed classes
Hello, my name is Angela. I teach classes to all ages and abilities. I am a former librarian and love teaching in a low pressure, fun atmosphere. I believe the most rewarding aspect of learning is the gained ability to connect with others. I...