Little Talks That Make a Big Difference: Naming the world - Teaching Empathy Institute
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Little Talks That Make a Big Difference: Naming the world

Naming the world: Making the invisible, visible

Naming the world as a concept is an outgrowth of the work by Brazilian Educator Paolo Freire who said “that which is unnamed is invisible, and a teacher’s job is to name the world.” In this episode of the Little Talks series, we explore how to create a secure learning environment in which discovery is enhanced through the use of common language, routine, and ritual.

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Teaching Empathy Institute’s Little Talks that Make a Big Difference podcasts focus on meeting the social and emotional needs of  students, moving them toward healthy social decision-making and pro-social skills development.