Emotional social development activities
- Develop group activities throughout the classroom.
- Involve the students in games where they must take turns.
- Use games that the students can easily master.
- Have patience and encourage students to use words when they are angry, this gives them an alternative to acting out aggressively (Jindrich, 2007).
- Place high quality children’s books throughout your classroom to help foster imagination.
- Have meaningful discussions in your classroom.
- Develop role playing opportunities for the students to actively participate in.
Behaviors Teachers Should Display in Their Classroom
- Teachers should have a positive social and emotional behavior (role model).
- Always use positive eye contact when speaking or listening to a student.
- Take the time to listen to your students.
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Force kids to try activities they may not like?by zetetic7
We're trying to find things that my 8-yr old son likes, and that also stimulate some aspect of social/physical/emotional development (make him more well-rounded, give him confidence in his ability to excel at things, etc). So in other words, not Minecraft and Xbox, but also not team sports (he's tried that a few times since I was a big athlete, but it's just not a great fit for him - he's not the most coordinated/athletic kid and it is starting to affect his confidence since that's all we have encouraged so far)
The problem is he doesn't express a strong interest in anything - his attitude about everything is "sort of", "maybe", "kind of" - typical at this age I think
Not trolling anyone. My kid (the preschooler)'sby -
School gets credit toward the federal loan they have for funding if parents engage in activities with the child that count under certain categories (Language, literacy, cognition, general knowledge, physical development, health, social, and emotional development).
So, to help out the school, I try to list everything I can to get them credit.
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