EMOTIONAL IQ Major qualities that make up emotional intelligence and they can be develop.1. Self-awareness Developing self awareness requires tuning in to what neurologist Antonio Damasio, in his book Descartes Error, calls “somatic markers” – literally gut feeling.2. Mood Management Bad as well as good moods spice life and build character. The key is the balance.3. Self-motivation Positive motivation – the marshaling of feelings of enthusiasm, zeal and confidence us paramount for achievement. Motivating yourself for any achievement requires clear goals and optimistic, can do attitude.4. Impulse control The essence of emotional self regulation is the ability to delay impulse in the service of a goal. Children were told that they could have a single treat, such as a marshmallow, right now.5. People Skills The capacity to know how another person’s feels is important on the job, in romance and friendship, and in the family. We transmit and catch moods from each other on a subtle, almost imperceptible level.
SUMMARY REPORT IN PROF. ED. BY: JHERELITA ANTOC BTHELE-II Definition of Cognitive Skills
1. Sensing is the process of apprehending the activities of a receptor being aware of sense data.2. Perceiving is the process of how we come to know what is going on around us: the entire sequence of events from the presentation of a physical stimulus to the phenomenological experiencing of it.3. Comprehending is the process of understanding, grasping, reacting intelligently in a problematic situation.4. Imagining is the process of creating objects or events without the benefit of sensory data. Imagination involves the creation of new objects as a plan for the future, or it may take a fanciful form strongly dominated by artistic or wishful thinking. This kind of imagination is observed in dreams or daydreams.5. Conceptualizing is the process of thinking or imagining the formation of a concept or ideal. Thus, conceptual learning is the process of learning new concepts or the modifications of existing concepts.6. Reasoning is the process of thinking, especially of logical thinking or problem solving.7. Judging is the process of relating two or more objects, facts, or experiences – a critical evaluation of a person, situation or thing. In psychological and related experiments, it is the process of deciding whether or not a stimulus is present or whether it is of greater or lesser magnitude than another stimulus.
SUMMARY REPORT IN PROF. ED. BY: Neli-beth B. Calibo BTHELE-II