Improving Learning with Emotional Literacy

19 November 2020

'Understanding why we do the things we do isn™t always clear. Many of the decisions we make are clouded by unrelated incidents which happened hours, days, or weeks before. Drawing insight into the reasons which trigger our behaviour is key to moving beyond it and removing barriers to learning. Only with a greater understanding of emotional literacy can pupils and teachers overcome the destruction that we do to ourselves.'

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