Coherent Teaching

Teachers' possible influence on children as authority figures as well as role models offers enormous potential in the development of those young lives. An awareness of the paradigm of emotional coherence can help teachers to make more effective choices in how they relate to their students. These principles apply to adult education settings, as well.


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Emotional Coherence
People form their views and assumptions about reality from their own particular life experiences. How people act, feel, and think makes deep emotional sense—is fully coherent—in relation to their learnings and unquestioned assumptions about how people are and how the world functions.
Introductory article on Emotional Coherence

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