Cowie, H. & Jennifer, D. (Co-ordinating team, UK), Chankova, D. & Poshtova, T. (Bulgaria), Deklerck, J. & Deboutte, G. (Belgium), Ertesvåg, S. K. & Samuelsen, A. S. (Norway), O'Moore, M. & Minton, S. J. (Ireland) and Ortega, R. & Sanchez, V. (Spain) © (2006)

School Bullying and Violence: Taking Action

Module E

Unit E3 - Emotional Literacy in Schools

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Objectives:

  • To understand what is meant by emotional literacy and how its development can promote non-violence and the reduction of violence

  • To understand why curriculum time should be spent teaching emotional literacy

  • To become familiar with the skills involved in providing opportunities for the development of emotional literacy

  • To become aware of the types of materials that are available to support participants' work in delivering opportunities for young people to develop their emotional literacy

  • To be able to identify if the establishment in which participants work is conducive to developing young people's emotional literacy

Facilitation skills to be developed through this unit:

Knowledge and understanding of:

  • emotional literacy and how its development can promote non-violence

  • the operation of school systems relating to emotional literacy

  • the range of options available for young people to develop their ability to recognise, understand and appropriately express their emotions

Personal qualities and attributes include:

  • the ability to influence the ethos in a place of work and effect and sustain change there

  • the ability to co-ordinate a range of interventions to promote emotional literacy to support young people in the promotion of non-violence

  • the ability to model emotional literacy in all interactions

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