These black and white cards show facial expressions of various emotions to help students learn "the language of emotions". In addition to the 54 cards with faces, each deck includes two cards without faces. Blanks may be used when the correct image cannot be found or when a student has trouble committing to a single card. Some may enjoy creating expressions of their own. Others may choose to place a blank between two Face Cards to indicate a halfway point or mixed emotions.
About the Author
Dr Tad A. Vogl , Ed.D., has spent much of the last twenty years working with special needs populations, from adult psychiatric patients, to troubled youth living in residential treatment facilities and attending alternative schools. In addition to the development of Face Cards, Dr. Vogl has written Navigating the Glass Maze: Phenomenological Interviews with Graduate Students of Adult Education Diagnosed with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.
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Hot off the press from Quirky Kid, you will find these unique and beautifully stylised cards an invaluable resource for your work with young people Quirky Kid is a Sydney based psychology service who have gone to great lengths to personally develop hand-packed kits. The Just Like When cards have been developed over 15 years and based on their experiences when working with young people. They are designed to help young people explore their own experiences and emotions. Themes covered include: jealousy sibling rivalry peer conflict confusion and anger. The beautiful illustrations... More info