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10/3/2016 at 3:54:12 PM GMT
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Strategies to Develop Resilience

http://www.southernearlychildhood.org/upload/pdf/Dimensions_Vol42_3_Petty.pdf

 

In the above article, there are 10 strategies outlined which develop resilience in children.  In what ways have you incorporated these strategies in your classroom? Do you have a fantastic lesson for developing empathy? Or a teaching strategy for developing responsibility or meaningful participation? Let's share some ideas in this thread.

 



Shaleighne Fahey Cantner
Early Childhood/Special Education Consultant


11/14/2016 at 9:00:03 PM GMT
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Build Empathy
Strategy#1 in the article is to Build Empathy.  How do you help children to build empathy at home and in centers? 

Some ideas include: a feelings board where children can check in and say how they are feeling when they arrive at school each day, or reading a book which identifies feelings and how to manage them.  One popular example is When Sophie Gets Angry...Really, Really Angry by Molly Bang
 
https://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0439598451/ref=nosim/librarythin08-20


Shaleighne Fahey Cantner
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