Don't Get So Upset!: Help Young Children Manage Their Feelings By Understanding Your Own by Tamar JacobsonDon't Get So Upset!: Help Young Children Manage Their Feelings By Understanding Your Own by Tamar Jacobson

Don't Get So Upset!: Help Young Children Manage Their Feelings By Understanding Your Own

byTamar Jacobson

Paperback | September 12, 2008

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All child care professionals were children once, and how their parents responded to their emotional expressions affects how they respond to emotional expressions by children in their own care. Don t Get So Upset! examines the uncomfortable emotions providers feel and the inappropriate ways they may respond when children exhibit strong feelings, especially anger, fear, and grief. The book challenges teachers to reflect on their own emotional histories and to find strategies for responding to children in ways that support children s emotional health and development. It also examines how gender, culture, and societal roles can impact providers responses to children s emotional expressions.
Tamar Jacobson, PhD, is the chair of the Department of Teacher Education at Rider University. She has been an early childhood teacher, director, and instructor and presents at workshops across the country.
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Title:Don't Get So Upset!: Help Young Children Manage Their Feelings By Understanding Your OwnFormat:PaperbackDimensions:160 pages, 10 × 7 × 0.68 inPublished:September 12, 2008Publisher:Redleaf PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1933653531

ISBN - 13:9781933653532

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Features I bought this book a month ago I am so glad that I did. It talks about how to deal with your own emotions when working with children. How you can use your emotions in a positive way when working with children. 
Date published: 2013-11-12