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VINNYFAPE

A really useful article with research based links! It reminds us of the importance of humour as one key feature that supports how to build positive relationships. I feel that emotional intelligence on behalf of the coach/educator/teacher is crucial here on a number of fronts: (i) so that self-deprecating humour can be used comfortably (ii) the need to know your individuals well and to gauge the right time for a touch of humour. Primary school teachers and 5-11 age-specific coaches are often brilliant at this as they put an emphasis on creating an enjoyable and stimulating learning environment appropriate to that age group.
PS: If you haven't seen any of The Nativity movies this festive season you should - they really emphasise my points above :-)

28/12/16
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