Emotional literacy includes self-control, compassion, the ability to resolve conflicts, sensitivity towards others and cooperation. These characteristics are influenced by early experiences of affection that the children live with their parents, in addition the teacher should be aware that you are creating a world of relationships and emotions also in relations that are established in their classroom. And that he is an emotional reference point important for many of their students. One of the projects developed in this field notes five main activities that students and teachers need to develop if they are to build a literate emotional atmosphere: express in words the feelings that have. Find a space to explore their own feelings and how express them. Ask other people how they feel to engage in dialogue with their peers about their thoughts and feelings integrate and express all the things that you learn about themselves according to the Psycho-pedagogy and psychology professionals, the steps which should give the team of teachers are: 1 take awareness of the educational value of the emotions of their students 2 search for places and times to favour its 3rd expression selection of special activities that can serve in Help: Theatre, role playing, etc. on the other hand, attitudes that teachers should be taken should follow these guidelines: 1st maintain realistic but high expectations towards these students and their possibilities as teachers.
2 Understand the possible causes and effects of the disruptive behaviors of students. 3Rd collaborate and reflect with the rest of teachers 4 transmit confidence to ((his students 5th be able to express what the students feel and also own feelings things that work A) attach importance to the issue of standards: – in the process of developing the standards is must have the opinion of students and encourage their participation – students should know the purpose of the rules is to encourage teachers and students B) contract with the student welfare. (C) groups of mediation of conflict. In any case, psycho-educational intervention in students with behavioural problems is a very complex issue which should work not only teachers, but parents, students and any professional who can contribute their grain of sand to re-educar and provide an emotional literacy to the child concerned. Many schools and psychopedagogical cabinets have social skills programs which is intended to facilitate the child experiences that develop prosocial values and autoevalue their behavior.