In this section you will find articles that are periodically published in Spanish version in ‘educacion.press‘, a newspaper dedicated to current issues in education.
Our periodical publication consists of an emotional vocabulary in which we show the variety of emotional terms and their diverse understanding. That is, the different proposals of emotional education use the same terms but with different meanings. Here you will find our opinion on the best way to understand them.
With this, we want to help clarify what kind of emotional education is best for our children and students.
Why do I feel what I feel? Why do we assign a specific emotional meaning to an experience? It is commonly accepted that emotions are a type of assessment, and the
assessment is a way of attributing meaning…
Trust and self-confidence
It seems difficult, or rather impossible, for something good to happen in a relationship if there is no trust between the people involved in it. Studies have proved that our brain takes about 50 milliseconds…
Who doesn’t wish for their child or student to be free? But, what is being free or how is it taught? In the last article we discussed responsibility, and we already saw that different mindsets about it, correspond with two different…
“¡Wake up, you’re responsible already!” Parents often say similar phrases to their children, but what are we really saying with that? Or more importantly, what is the son or daughter hearing when he/she is told that?
Every person understands each term according to their mindset. The problem is that our mindset seems so obvious to us that we perceive as real what it is just our way of understanding…