This little human here is the mirror of our class. You teach a new concept, revise or perform any activity – his face will tell how the whole class is feeling about your interaction. He is full of real, genuine emotions – happiness, sadness, fear, anger, surprise, disgust – all of it. This little one taught me how much important it is to express ourselves and how important it is to value other’s emotions without judging.
Earlier, when we play a movie or a song or anything entertaining, kids were hesitant to enjoy it earlier. May be because laughing during class was not considered as the trait of a “good” student. Introduction to happiness curriculum has helped a lot in addressing these tiny instructive mistakes and even helped us teachers to enjoy the teaching process along with the students.
– A short video from a movie streaming session for primary class.