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Emotional Regulation for Teachers Dealing With Uncertainty

By Bridget Fetsko & Catherine Gewertz — July 21, 2020 1:07

Teachers across the country spent the spring contending with the stress and confusion of distance learning due to the coronavirus. Now they’re planning for the start of a new school year full of uncertainty. Marc Brackett, Director of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence, shares his advice for emotional regulation.

Bridget Fetsko
Visuals Intern Education Week
Bridget Fetsko is a former visuals intern for Education Week.
Catherine Gewertz is a writer for Education Week who covers national news and features.


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