#HowDoYouFeel #InsideOut Twitter Chat
Friday, June 26th at 10am PST/1pm EST
How Challenging Emotions Can Empower Action and Positive Change
Emotional Intelligence Resources & Tools
Thank You to all who participated and contributed:
- Ashanti Branch, Ever Forward
- CASEL, Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning
- Dena Simmons, RULER at the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence
- Ellen Seebold, Common Sense Media
- Janine Halloran, Encourage Play
- Jen Myers, Code and Cupcakes
- Jennifer Miller, Confident Parents, Confident Kids
- Jess Weiner
- Liz Mester, Wings for Kids
- Nancy Gruver, New Moon Girls
- Peggy Orenstein
- Rachel J Simmons
- The Representation Project
- Smart Girls
- Soraya Chemaly
Here are the questions we explored:
- How will you follow up on this movie in your home, class, or community to deepen its impact?
- Joy is skinny, in a dress, while Sadness is large, in a sweater. How might we process that with kids?
- How do gender expectations impact developing a young person’s Emotional Intelligence?
- What techniques help kids connect with and respect sadness, without being consumed by it?
- How can adults role model respecting our emotions in front of kids, without being a burden. What guidelines do you use?
- What have you successfully used to practice building Emotional Intelligence in your home or class?
- As a community committed to building empathy, how do we continue to engage this story for lasting impact?