EQ or what we call Emotional Intelligence directly affects the very architecture of the brain.
And "I Believe in Me!" is teaching these important skills to preschoolers ages 2-5
No one emphasizes this more than,
"The National Scientific Council on the Developing Child, housed at the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University, is a multi-disciplinary collaboration designed to bring the science of early childhood and early brain development to bear on public decision-making."
"There is an unacceptable disconnect between what we know about the many ways that children's early experiences affect the emerging architecture of their brains and what we are doing to promote early learning, to help preschoolers deal with stress, and to support families and communities in their efforts to raise healthy and competent children." - Jack P. Shonkoff, M.D
The National Council on the Developing Child, has six working papers - all of which are highly recommend to read and pass on to those interested in our children's future.
"Wow, so my emotions really really matter to my brain!!"
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Kent Trimmell, School Psychologist: "The interplay of a child's emotional health and confidence begins with a foundation of early learning. "I Believe in Me!" is a delightful way to provide the much needed visualization of the transference of concrete concepts into the emotional realm."
With "I Believe in Me!" DVD we wish to help
young children between the ages of 2-5
learn ways they might "handle life"
to be able to participate in life
to help them develop "positive" EQ Skills
to believe in their own strengths
to respect the strengths of others
These positive skills encourage the development of
positive emotions and science is saying
that emotions affect the very
architecture of their brains.