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Educational Psychology

Educational psychology is a branch of psychology that helps us understand learning, how we learn, and the psychological factors that play into the learning process. In this section, I have categorized my mental health art illustrations that are particularly relevant to teachers, students, and classrooms.

Whether you are a college professor seeking engaging psychology PowerPoint visuals, a school teacher teaching a unit on mental health and social skills, or an early childhood educator helping preschool and elementary age students in social emotional learning, many of the resources below can be applied to a wide variety of age groups of students.

 

Flow Chart: Resolving Kid’s Problem Behaviors Through Coping Skills

Kids with caregivers who give them permission to feel big feelings and that give them support in managing those feelings are kids with tools who are able to become adults who can regulate emotions and find resiliency in the face of crisis.

Today, I’m releasing a simple visual illustrating how empathic, attuned parenting can disrupt one common cycle behind problem behaviors at home or in the classroom. 

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Rainbow of Emotional Regulation – A Social Emotional Learning Printable Infographic

All of us have some resiliency to cope with challenges. When we encounter difficult experiences that take us past the range of our ability to tolerate, the ways we tend to respond fall into one of two categories: those of us who get agitated, and those of us who shut down.

Emotional regulation refers to our ability to stay present, engaged, and able to listen and learn despite challenges. My rainbow of emotional regulation is a social-emotional learning resource that can help teach this concept in the classroom, in counseling sessions, or at home.

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