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Social Emotional Learning Week 3 of 4: Aina Connectors (Grades 6-8)

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"Emotional Intelligence"
Free lesson plan from Ainathrive.org: Aina Explorers (Grades 3-5)
This is Week 3 of 4 focusing on well-being and social emotional learning.

Aina 2030 Curriculum focuses on well-being (social-emotional learning), sustainability, and how we can thrive in our communities. Aina 2030 Curriculum can be used in schools during morning meetings, science, social studies, art, mathematics, writing, and reading at the elementary level. Aina 2030 Curriculum can be used at the secondary level during advisory, mentoring, science, social studies, art, mathematics, English, and technology & engineering. All four weeks found at http://ainathrive.org. Email: kurt.love@ainathrive.org

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Social Emotional Learning Week 3 of 4: Aina Connectors (Grades 6-8)

  1. 1. Well-Being Connectors (Ages 11-14) | October 5, 2020 Having discussions about our emotions and actions (including our behaviors and decisions) can be tricky because we might feel judged or vulnerable. Have a meaningful discussion with your loved ones about when you think that you do well with emotions and actions. Also, have a meaningful, courageous discussion about when difficulties tend to occur. Refrain from being judgmental of each other. We are all on a path of emerging and becoming. Ask how loved ones work with their own difficulties, responded to their own patterns, and have grown over time. Share your thoughts about emotional intelligence and how you can keep moving to have high emotional intelligence responses more often. We are all human, so we are not aiming to be perfect, just better. Emotional intelligence helps to prevent an emotional landslide that can shortchange our experiences in life. The more awareness and skills we have to dampen negative self-judgment, the more we can free ourselves up for re- engaging with healthy risks and challenges that are important for our own growth. When we move this thinking up to the community level, having emotional intelligence and resilience is key to working on creating change towards becoming thriving. 15 mins: Watch the TEDx Talk by Maximilian Park. 20 mins: Activity sheet: Use some of your own experiences to compare what a low emotional intelligence response might be versus what a high emotional intelligence response might be. Do not be too concerned with what your actual response was in the past. The point is to write a comparison of what each type of response might be. Do not judge what happened in the past. Emotional Intelligence For parents and caregivers: This week focuses on the concept of emotional intelligence. Here is a brief video and a more involved video that discuss emotional intelligence and its ability to help us deal with challenges in a more balanced way. Adolescents can be taught these skills, and they can have long-term, positive effects with how they deal with challenges at the individual level and community level. 1. Identify aspects of emotional intelligence. 2. Analyze past experiences when having more emotional intelligence could have helped. Objectives Overarching Well- being concept “Home” Work Resources for Parents and Caregivers Learning Activity
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