In this video, I am sharing how powerful nonverbal communication is as we explore emotional contagion and co-regulation in this time of heightened stress and fear! I am sharing an activity that I feel classrooms and families will enjoy as we stay connected through understanding the science beneath our emotions!
Let’s go on a brain scavenger hunt!
Can you find five items in your home that relate to:
Indiana Department of Education, https://www.doe.in.gov/
Authored By Dr. Lori Desautels Reviewed By Indiana Department of Education Built Upon A Neurodevelopmental Culturally Responsive Framework Educational Neuroscience Toolkit
100 Days of Educational Neuroscience Scope and Sequence – Teachers can use the 100 days of educational neuroscience to strategically implement lessons in the classroom.
Parents, this information is for you too! Our everyday normal and classroom look different today. Take advantage of the toolbox link above to learn more about the brain. Some of the brain’s primary functions are controlling intelligence, creativity, emotion, and memory, to name a few. Parent Self-Care is essential. The more you know, the healthier you will be for supporting yourself and your family.