School organization and confinement. Didactic focused on reducing the impact of covid. Peiwecs

Authors

  • Andrea Luaces Galian
  • Ángela García Nicolás
  • Jose María Rabal Alonso

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.46932/sfjdv2n1-028

Keywords:

emotions, Early Childhood Education, interpersonal and intrapersonal intelligence, affective growth, pedagogical performance

Abstract

Emotions are present in our lives since we are born and play an important role in the construction of our personality and social interaction. School is another area of ​​knowledge and experiences in which emotions develop since education contemplates the integral development of people. This can start from Early Childhood Education. For this, the figure of the teacher is relevant, since it is the one that provides the monitoring programs, becoming a model for the students, with which they can acquire the development of interpersonal and intrapersonal intelligence that will make them adapt to society and they will acquire a personal motivation towards any element that we propose. This will lead to proper affective growth in which you must learn to manage both positive and negative emotions. But for this, the teacher must individualize the teaching to each of his students, since each student in the personal sphere has experienced different situations with different contexts. Thus, pedagogical action aims to promote the acquisition of emotional skills through strategies and experiences such as stories, puppets, some dramatizations and the use of resources from everyday life.

 

Published

2021-03-01