Summary of La importancia de las emociones en el aula | UNIR OPENCLASS

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The importance of emotions in education is discussed in this video, highlighting the significant impact emotions have on the learning process. The video emphasizes the need to teach emotional regulation skills to students from an early age and shows examples of emotional education programs. Strategies for working with emotions, such as creative activities and using technology, are also suggested. The video stresses the importance of addressing emotions throughout every stage of education and the significance of emotional intelligence for both teachers and students. Innovative methods for promoting emotional intelligence and creating a peaceful school culture are also showcased. Finally, the video encourages the integration of emotions in both classrooms and personal lives of teachers.

  • 00:00:00 In this section, Aitor Álvarez, the academic director of the Master's in Neuropsychology and Education program at the Universidad Internacional de la Rioja, discusses the importance of emotions in the educational context. With the neuroscientific research showing the significant impact of emotions on the learning process, it is crucial to organize and structure the work of emotions in education. The Colegio Montesclaros, where the discussion takes place, has been working on emotions education for a long time, starting from an early stage, to help children identify and manage their emotions better. Manuel Velasco, who is both an emotions and TIC (Information and Communication Technologies) specialist, stresses the importance of emotions, especially the aspects of tenderness, interest, and affection, in the educational system.
  • 00:05:00 In this section, the importance of emotions in the classroom is emphasized as the foundation of the teaching-learning process and the first thing that should be worked with students. The role of the body and movement in expressing and managing emotions is highlighted, as well as the importance of setting an example and showing care and love for students. It is also suggested that experiences that generate meaningful learning and emotions should replace repetitive and unengaging activities. Positive results are reported in terms of concentration, emotional stability, and improvement in learning, memory, and attention. The importance of addressing emotions at every stage of education from childhood to adulthood is stressed, with each stage having its own objectives and contents.
  • 00:10:00 In this section, the video discusses the importance of teaching children emotional regulation skills from a young age. The video shows an example of a class of two-year-olds in an infant education program working on recognizing and identifying the emotion of fear. The teacher uses a storybook with a monster that represents different emotions and colors to help the children understand and communicate their feelings. The video then goes on to show a class of older preschoolers working on identifying and regulating the emotion of calm through breathing exercises and a calming bottle. The video praises the school for having a sequential and comprehensive emotional education program that carries on from infancy to primary school.
  • 00:15:00 In this section, the importance of working with emotions is highlighted and a strategy for doing so is explained through the use of creative activities such as making a mini notebook with the identified emotions of the students. It is emphasized that working with emotions is not a one-time event, but a daily practice that becomes integrated into their way of experiencing and expressing emotions. The issue of stress and anxiety is also discussed, not just with students but with teachers as well, with the suggestion that this can be reduced if the creativity of both teachers and students are stimulated and if the focus is on what really works and is scientifically proven. Working on behavioral regulation and self-control, such as through the use of the "emotional traffic light" strategy, is recommended for managing emotions in the classroom.
  • 00:20:00 In this section, the video discusses the importance of using emotions in the classroom as a means of achieving deeper learning. The teacher in the video gives examples of different techniques she uses with her primary school students to help them regulate their emotions, such as taking deep breaths, using games as justification for learning, and the importance of using technology to engage students. The teacher emphasizes the importance of developing digital competence in both teachers and students while also using technology as a tool for critical and responsible learning, highlighting that technology should not just be used for the sake of innovation but for its functionality and educational value.
  • 00:25:00 In this section, the importance of emotions on students and teachers is discussed, along with the significance of using technology to help with emotions. A specific program on emotional self-control is also highlighted, where students work on identifying emotions, empathizing with others and finding solutions to potential conflicts. The school uses the "Traffic Light" method with students to stop and think before acting. In addition, the school also has a "Bench of Peace" program where children who are having problems can approach the bench and resolve their conflicts or receive help from mediators who are trained in conflict resolution. The student mediators have a yellow vest and microphone to practice active listening and facilitate peaceful discussions. Overall, the importance of emotions and social skills in the classroom is recognized, and the school is using innovative methods to promote emotional intelligence and create a peaceful school culture.
  • 00:30:00 In this section, the importance of working on emotions directly with students is discussed, particularly in secondary school where students are nearing the end of their school experience and will face future challenges. The school works on developing the students' self-awareness and self-control, as well as their ability to recognize and regulate their emotions and those of others. The use of dramatization and role-playing exercises helps students work through real-life situations and solutions. By developing their empathetic abilities, students are able to better navigate both curricular and personal challenges they may face in their lives. Congratulations are given to the school for their efforts in preparing students for the challenges of the future.
  • 00:35:00 In this section, the importance of emotions is highlighted in relation to education and learning. The speakers emphasize that emotional intelligence is the foundation of all learning and is crucial for both teachers and students. They stress the importance of not only acquiring knowledge and methodology, but also developing a good personality and emotional competence in order to truly develop and grow. It is also noted that emotions have a direct impact on memory and attention, as confirmed by scientific research. Therefore, it is important to understand the scientific basis of emotions and to implement this knowledge in the classroom. The video concludes by encouraging the integration of emotions in both classrooms and in the personal lives of teachers.

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