When your children get angry at you...
When you get angry at others...
What do you do?
Anger can be your friend. It points to unmet needs or expectations; to confusion and lack of understanding.
I changed some bad habits when I learned to ask why I was angry instead of just exploding or withdrawing. Life is better now!
In Lockett Learning, we teach students that learning is their responsibility, not that of their teachers. To assume responsibility, they must choose to face their anger appropriately. Watch this video on Feedback to learn one of my favorite tools:
This is just one of many tools to improve student learning. Check out our great study skills curriculum!