Many children with disabilities struggle with emotional understanding, expression, and self-regulation. Using a method of “emotional scaling,” we can help children build skills in understanding emotions and changes in intensity, and also identify coping strategies to assist with self-regulation, which oftentimes leads to improved behavior in the home and at school.
By using this Guide, teachers and students can complete emotional scaling exercises together in order to learn more about the child’s specific emotional experiences and build in coping and support strategies that can be helpful in the classroom.
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