Course curriculum

    1. Focus

    2. Video: Lee Ann and Amy talk about what emotions are.

    3. Video: Marsha Linehan on the Functions of Emotions

    4. Podcast: Emotions, Learning, and Resilience

    5. Article: Understanding Emotions

    6. Article: Emotion Theory and Research

    7. Article: The Experience of Emotion

    8. Web Resource: 5 Reasons Emotions Are Important

    9. Web Resource: Emotions and Types of Emotional Responses

    10. Provocation: Acceptance (from the podcast)

    11. Provocation: Be the Learner (from the podcast)

    12. Action and Discussion

    13. Self Assessment

    1. Focus

    2. Video: Lee Ann and Amy talk about regulation.

    3. Podcast: Understanding Behaviors and Emotional Regulation

    4. Article: There's More to Self-Regulation Than Meets the Eye

    5. Article: Social-emotional learning is essential to classroom management

    6. Article: Emotion-Related Regulation: Sharpening the Definition

    7. Article: Emotional well-being and its relationship to schools and classrooms:

    8. Article: What is Emotion Regulation?

    9. Article: Emotional Reactivity and Regulation in Head Start Children

    10. Action and Discussion

    11. Self Assessment

    1. Focus

    2. Video: Lee Ann and Amy talk about dysregulation.

    3. Web Resource: What is Dysregulation

    4. Article: The Development of Emotion Regulation and Dysregulation: A Clinical Perspective

    5. Article: Reconsidering Emotion Dysregulation

    6. Article: Meeting the Mental Health Needs of Youth With Emotional and Behavioral Disorders

    7. Article: The Overlooked Children: How Teachers Can Support Children With Internalizing Behaviors

    8. Article: Physiological Arousal and Its Dysregulation in Child Maladjustment

    9. Action and Discussion

    10. Self Assessment

    1. Focus

    2. Video: Lee Ann talks about creating safe learning environments.

    3. Web Resource: UNCF Statistics on Racial Disparities

    4. Video: Learn about one school's efforts to create safe learning spaces.

    5. Video: William Purkey's Invitational Education

    6. Web Resource: International Alliance for Invitational Education

    7. Action and Discussion

    8. Self Assessment

    1. Focus

    2. Video: Lee Ann talks about Universal Design for Social-Emotional Learning

    3. Article: Teaching Emotional Intelligence in Early Childhood

    4. Video: Educators share how they're addressing mental health concerns among their peers and students.

    5. Video: Example of how to introduce the Zones of Regulation to students.

    6. Video: The Blue Zone

    7. Video: The Green Zone

    8. Video: The Yellow Zone

    9. Video: The Red Zone

    10. Action and Discussion

    11. Self Assessment


About this course

  • $375.00
  • 116 lessons
  • 4.5 hours of video content


Instructor Amy Bain

Amy is co-creator and instructor of Compassionate Classrooms. She is a skilled and seasoned leader of courses throughout the US on a project funded by National Institute of Mental Health. She brings expertise and experience with emotional regulation disorders to the coursework. Amy has a passion for helping educators and family members understand the impact of emotional regulation on child development. The purpose of her work is to help educators and families experience decreased burden of supporting dysregulation, while increasing in empowerment, competence, and confidence as they use research-based practices to help young people regulate emotions and behavior.

Founder • Lead Inclusion Lee Ann Jung

Lee Ann Jung,PhD, is founder of Lead Inclusion, Clinical Professor at San Diego State University, and a consultant to schools worldwide. A former special education teacher and administrator, Lee Ann now spends her time in schools, working shoulder-to-shoulder with teams in their efforts to improve systems and practice. She has consulted with schools in more than 30 countries and throughout the United States in the areas of universal design for learning, inclusion, intervention, and mastery assessment and grading. Lee Ann is the author of 7 books, numerous journal articles and book chapters on inclusion, universal design, and assessment. She serves on the advisory board for Mastery Transcript Consortium, as section editor of the Routledge Encyclopedia of Education, and on the editorial board member for several professional journals. In her community, Lee Ann is a board member for Life Adventure Center, a local nonprofit with a mission of healing for those who have experienced trauma.