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Five methods to teach and promote empathy - ADRhub Werner Institute

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5 methods to teach and promote empathy:
Role Playing
Role Exchanging or Role Reversal
Guided Imagination (i.e. imagination and adoption of relevant characteristics)
Explicit Modeling
Induction (i.e. giving explanations that appeal to other motivating forces and desires)


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10 Great Ways to Teach Kids Compassion for Others

10 Great Ways to Teach Kids Compassion for Others | Getting Wired! | Scoop.it

One of the many challenges that parents face is teaching their children the concept of compassion and how important helping others simply for the sake of doing good is. It can be a bit difficult for little ones to grasp the concept of acting selflessly, even when they may feel sympathy and compassion, and it’s important to teach them to act on these feelings; here are ten ways to help children of all ages understand and practice compassion for fellow creatures.

 

Volunteer at a Retirement Home...

Work at a Soup Kitchen or Homeless Shelter...

Volunteer at a Local Animal Shelter...

Talk About Bullying...

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Five methods to teach and promote empathy - ADRhub Werner Institute

Five methods to teach and promote empathy - ADRhub Werner Institute | Getting Wired! | Scoop.it

5 methods to teach and promote empathy:
Role Playing
Role Exchanging or Role Reversal
Guided Imagination (i.e. imagination and adoption of relevant characteristics)
Explicit Modeling
Induction (i.e. giving explanations that appeal to other motivating forces and desires)


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The 13 MUST Know Professional Development Websites for Teachers

The 13 MUST Know Professional Development Websites for Teachers | Getting Wired! | Scoop.it

Professional Development is a life-long learning process that involves different activities including individual progress, continuing education, inservice education, peer collaboration, study groups, and peer coaching or mentoring. The importance of professional development lays in the fact that it is closely related to the overall quality of education and students achievements. Teachers who stop learning and suffice themselves with the curriculum content soon turn into hard working students only a step above their actual students.


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Classroom in the Cloud: 5 Awesome Things You Can Do With an IPad and an LCD Projector | New Web 2.0 tools for education

Classroom in the Cloud: 5 Awesome Things You Can Do With an IPad and an LCD Projector | New Web 2.0 tools for education | Getting Wired! | Scoop.it
I've always wanted a document camera in my classroom, so yesterday I made my own - using my iPad.

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13 great web 2.0 and open source programs for your classroom

13 great web 2.0 and open source programs for your classroom | Getting Wired! | Scoop.it
We are lucky enough to be in an age where people are taking technology into their own hands.

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How to Teach Your Child Empathy

How to Teach Your Child Empathy | Getting Wired! | Scoop.it

The lack of civility that results in bullying is a daily experience within our homes, schools, communities, and workplaces. The wounds created by these acts leave lasting scars and hardened hearts.

 

Empathy and trust are cornerstones of civility. And like most life skills, they are learned by example....

 

The following are some practical ways to teach your children empathy.

 Role Play..

Listen..

 

by Deborah King


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Teaching Kids about Compassion and Empathy

Teaching Kids about Compassion and Empathy | Getting Wired! | Scoop.it

When I was finishing my graduate studies in psychology, one piece of raising children stuck out to me – that of teaching empathy.

 

Science now shows that children are born with empathy. It’s the reason they begin to cry when another baby or child cries. This is truly their (our) natural state. However, we get culturally conditioned out of being empathetic.

 

Q: What can you do to ensure your child’s natural empathetic style stays with them through adulthood?


A: Be empathetic yourself – as a parent, as a partner, as a human being..

 

by  Andrea Costantine


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Web 2.0 Social Networking Tools: A Quick Guide

A quick guide on the use of social networking tools in education by ProfDrAmin in How-To Guides/Manuals, web 2.0, and ukm...

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Classroom in the Cloud: 5 Awesome Things You Can Do With an IPad and an LCD Projector | New Web 2.0 tools for education

Classroom in the Cloud: 5 Awesome Things You Can Do With an IPad and an LCD Projector | New Web 2.0 tools for education | Getting Wired! | Scoop.it
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Why I Love Edmodo

Why I Love Edmodo | Getting Wired! | Scoop.it
If you are an experienced Edmodo user, nothing in this post will be new to you.  Just a warning . I am a technology coach, a 1:1 teacher, and a frazzled science teacher with too much to teach and...
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