Kagan Emotion-Friendly Teaching

Presented by Dr. Spencer Kagan

Dallas, TX

January 19–20, 2020

Co-Presented by Dr. Spencer Kagan and Elia Chesnoff

Dr. Kagan shares the research, and provides structures and strategies to make your classroom more emotion-friendly. The emotion-friendly classroom is a powerful new approach to reach the five goals of Social-Emotional Learning. Instead of learning about positive social and emotional behaviors, students acquire these skills as part of every lesson. With emotion-friendly teaching, students have a greater understanding of their own emotions, become more skilled controlling their impulses, are better at motivating themselves, become more empathetic, and improve their social skills and relations as they interact over the regular academic curriculum—no separate lessons are required. Explore Dr. Kagan’s Emotion Wheel, a visual tool to help students understand and take control of their own emotions. Harness the power of student emotions to improve every aspect of your classroom from academic success, to class management, to improved student relations.

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As an Emotion-Friendly Teacher You Will:

• Strengthen Memory
• Increase Motivation
• Amplify Relevance
• Enhance Meaning

• Raise Test Scores
• Improve Thinking
• Broaden Perception

• Boost Problem Solving
• Expand Creativity
• Elevate IQ + EQ!

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Spencer has done it again! He’s written another must-have reference for all educators. Dr. Kagan has translated the enormous field of theory and research on emotions into a practical guide any teacher can use to make their teaching more emotion-friendly. Not only does he review the extensive research on how eliciting positive emotions boosts student achievement, Spencer provides plenty of do’s and don’ts, ready-to-use student activities, and simple tips to put students in the optimal emotional states for learning. Dr. Kagan introduces us to the Emotion Wheel, a student-friendly way to help our students understand and manage their own emotions. We not only learn why EQ can be more important than IQ to students’ success, Dr. Kagan provides a practical guide to developing the facets of EQ, including student self-knowledge, self-control, motivation, and empathy. And last, but definitely not least, you learn how to evoke emotion when you teach to make learning more meaningful and memorable. This book is your blueprint for creating the emotion-friendly classroom. 440 pages. Click for more book info.

Location
Crowne Plaza
14315 Midway Rd
Addison, TX 75001-3505
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Time
Check-in: 8:00 am
Workshop: 8:30 am

Workshop #
29800

Grade Levels
All Grades

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