$9.95 Paperback, 4 x 6 inches, 76 pages; first edition, July 2019.
The I Can book is
Core concepts of emotion literacy, not a how-to manual;
Key narrative toward self-authority, not a "you should" thing;
Especially for those who influence the lives of children, not behavior-centric;
For navigating the delicate, nuanced and sometimes rough waters of feelings & needs.
After two decades of creating and producing songs and theatrical material to teach emotion literacy, Pamela worked with ELA board members to develop an arts-based online curriculum for deeper engagement with ELA concepts and content, some of which is featured on this site. The I Can book captures and characterizes the organizing principles of emotion literacy and serves as the foundation for the curriculum.
$10 3-month video streaming rights, with study guide.
The Ducks & Us Songbook is a mini-movie that incorporates environmental and social-emotional learning—as well as reading and emotion literacy—through the art forms of music, lyrical story-telling, 2D illustration, animation and video.
$10 compact disc with study guide.
An original song CD featuring the Northwest Boychoir that focuses on wildlife safety and protection and compassionately juxtaposes the science of wildlife protection with the social-emotional nature of human engagement with wildlife. Learn more...
Original narrative that brings a more inclusive way of thinking about the fragile nature of human interaction.
Five Ways introduces basic ideas behind emotion literacy advocacy
and suggests larger concepts needed to approach self-understanding.
Seattle Repertory Theatre's Education & Outreach interviews with ELA's founding artist, Pamela Sackett.
Seattle Repertory Theatre Company's Prologue
Pamela has proven time and time again that her particular style and philosophy are not only beneficial, but necessary to the concepts of 'education and outreach' in the community.