Anger Management

Anger Management

Welcome to Teach International’s Anger Management elective.

The meaning of Soft Skills can sometimes be difficult to describe. It can be that unique attribute or characteristic that facilitates great communication. It can be the special way that you show confidence in a challenging situation. We will touch on these and other events in this course.

During this course you will begin to see how important it is to develop a core set of soft skills. By managing and looking at the way people interact and seeing things in a new light, you may end up improving on many aspects of your career.

Course Structure

This Course has 11 modules. Each module is followed by a quiz. Please note that you will not be able to progress through the course until you have answered all questions on the quiz correctly. The quiz section is intended to reinforce learning not to judge you on your performance. You have unlimited attempts on each quiz.

Modules

The modules in this course will open as a “pop-up” on your browser. Please make sure you do not have any “pop-up or adblock” enabled on this site.
The Modules contain audio and video files therefore they may take some time to load.
Please ensure that you have a stable internet connection before you open the modules.
Once you have reached the end of the module, please click on the “exit module”. Your page will refresh and you will be able to attempt the quiz.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this course, you should be able to:

  • Understand anger dynamics in terms of the anger cycle and the fight or flight theory.
  • Know common anger myths and their factual refutations.
  • Know the helpful and unhelpful ways of dealing with anger.
  • Know techniques in controlling anger, particular reading anger warning signs, using coping thoughts, exercising relaxation techniques and blowing off steam.
  • Understand the difference between objective and subjective language.
  • Know tips in identifying the problem.
  • Express a feeling or position using I-messages.
  • Know skills and techniques in making a disagreement constructive, including effective negotiation and solution-building.
  • Reflect on one’s hot buttons and personal anger dynamics. Know alter, avoid and, accept ways of responding to an anger-provoking situation.
  • Understand the energy curve and how it can help in responding to someone else’s anger.
  • Learn and practice de-escalation techniques.
  • Gain an integrated view of anger management and how it can be best practiced.