Self-regulation of emotions
Author: Leonie Arthur
ECA Product Code: EDL2002
The early years are a critical time for the development of social and emotional skills. That’s when young children learn to understand and monitor their feelings and behaviours. So, there is a great deal that educators can do to help children develop skills to regulate their emotions and behaviours.
This book outlines what children learn about emotions in the early years and why self-regulation is important. It provides a range of practical strategies that educators can use to support children in managing their emotions and behaviours. These include strategies for:
• building respectful relationships with children and families
• planning learning environments that facilitate positive social interactions
• implementing learning experiences focused on feelings
• talking about feelings
• guiding children’s behaviour.
The book also explains how these link to the National Quality Standard and the Early Years Learning Framework.
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