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Managing Emotions

Management in the Active Classroom

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Videos

Keeping your cool helps de-escalate challenging behavior.


Type

Videos

Keeping your cool helps de-escalate challenging behavior.


Transcript

- And I’m gonna ask you to share feedback but as you share your feedback, look at your sheet. I hear tapping pencils. I hear moving paper and I shouldn’t.

- [Instructor] The way a teacher manages her emotions is a powerful model for students.

- [Teacher] Remember if you need help, to hold your flags up and I’ll be there.

- [Instructor] If he can remain calm when he’s upset, students feel safe and stable.

- I get it, there are a lot of people waiting, and a lot of people have their flags up.

- [Instructor] She may need to step back and breathe for a moment. Wait before responding.

- I will be over to help you.

- I don’t have my

- I’m-- then go right in.

- [Instructor] She may explain to students that she fells upset or angry, and students can see this.

- This is my time to just focus in on what I want to show you, so give me a couple minutes. Get engaged and attentive and we’ll look at it.

- [Instructor] But if she is in control of her tone and emotions, students learn to control themselves.

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