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164. Emotion is ME and WE. Interpersonal Neurobiology in the Classroom

Have you noticed that when you arrive to the classroom stressed, your students’ behavior problems increase?

In this episode of The Balanced Educator Podcast, Kailey explains the neurobiology of why emotions seem to be contagious. She talks about how emotions have the function of communication internally and interpersonally. Then, Kailey explains how we can work with this system of interpersonal neurobiology instead of fighting against it.

You’ll learn how to create a social and emotional teaching plan in your classroom that allows everyone to prepare their brains and bodies for effective teaching and learning. Furthermore, you’ll learn why this whole brain teaching routine will lead to greater academic success.

Use the information learned in this episode for your teacher toolbox to simplify your classroom management plan, to improve your behavior management strategies and to help your students develop their emotional intelligence!


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