What is anger? What can we do?
Anger is originally an instinctive emotional state that signals our life may be in danger. This state triggers physiological reactions that facilitate a flight reaction in the face of danger. When there is no real danger, the emotion indicates frustration, an injustice or that our values have not been respected.
There’s a reason why we’re angry. It’s not helpful to dismiss it or to blame the child. All you need to do is to welcome it. SuperCortex helps us to hear his message and to act rather than react.
You’re now ready to watch the third video clip of the Learn to be zen @ school programme. Enjoy your viewing!
When you show it to your students, we suggest you show it to them once in full to collect their initial reactions. Then you can watch it again bit by bit in order to go into more detail and gain more educational value.