fbpx Skip to main content
search
Tag

emotional vocabulary Archives – Brooklyn Letters

Developing Your Preschoolers Emotional Vocabulary, by Annette Hernandez, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist

By Blog One Comment

Young kids, as we all know (?.some of us by direct experience, wink wink) are prone to tantrums and/or meltdowns. One reason for this is that their young minds are not yet able to a) understand their emotions and b) express their emotions. As with developing abilities, preschoolers need help learning the skill known as emotional vocabulary.

Read More
Initial estimates of Covid-19 learning loss reveal that students may lose up to 70 percent of school-year gains in reading and 50 percent in math.

Emotional Learning by Annette Hernandez, Ph. D., Clinical Psychologist

By Blog 3 Comments

Emotional learning has become a hot topic these days in the field of child development. Psychology experts are researching the ways we develop an emotional vocabulary and how we express, recognize, and manage our emotions. Recent studies suggest that individuals exposed to emotional learning early in life, have happier and more successful lives in the future.
Young pre-verbal children are prone to tantrums or ?meltdowns?, in part due to the fact…

Read More
Close Menu
en_USEnglish