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Emotional intelligence

  1. 1. Emotional Intelligence
  2. 2. Emotional Intelligence W HAT ?W HAT IS E MOTIONAL I NTELLIGENCE W HY ?UNDERSTANDING THE NEED FOR EI T HEN W HAT ? A PPLICATION IN THE CLASSROOM
  3. 3. Emotional Intelligence W HAT ?W HAT IS E MOTIONAL I NTELLIGENCE W HY ?UNDERSTANDING THE NEED FOR EI T HEN W HAT ? A PPLICATION IN THE CLASSROOM
  4. 4. Emotional Intelligence•Emotional intelligence is the ability toidentify, use, understand and manage your emotions inpositive and constructive ways.•Its about recognizing your own emotional state andthe emotional states of others.• Emotional intelligence is also about engaging withothers in ways that draw people to you. Daniel Goleman, scientist and author
  5. 5. Daniel Goleman says“Emotional intelligence consists of four core abilities…”1 . SELF-AWARENESS2 . SELF-MANAGEMENT3 . SOCIAL AWARENESS4 . RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT
  6. 6. 1.Self-awarenessThe ability to recognize your ownemotions and how they affect yourthoughts and behavior, know yourstrengths and weaknesses, and have self-confidence and self esteem.
  7. 7. 2.Self-managementThe ability to control impulsivefeelings and behaviors, manage youremotions in healthy ways, takeinitiative, follow through oncommitments, and adapt tochanging circumstances.
  8. 8. 3.Social awareness the ability to understand the emotions, needs, and concerns of other people, pick up on emotional cues, feel comfortable socially, and recognize the power dynamics in a group or organization.
  9. 9. 4.Relationship managementThe ability to develop and maintaingood relationships, communicateclearly, inspire and influenceothers, work well in a team, andmanage conflict.
  10. 10. Emotional IntelligenceACTIVITY Self-awareness
  11. 11. Reflect and write personality aspects(strengths and weaknesses) that best describe you
  12. 12. PLUTCHIK WHEEL
  13. 13. Emotional LiteracyEmotional literacy is defined as:The ability to express feelings with specific feeling words, in 3 word sentences.For example, “I feel rejected.” Mayer and Salovey have also written that the "ability to label emotions“ is integral to emotional intelligence. If you are interested in working on your emotional literacy, the first step is to start using simple, three word sentences such as these: I feel sad. I feel motivated. I feel offended. I feel appreciated. I feel hurt. I feel disrespected.
  14. 14. Build your Feeling Words VocabularyAlienated Delighted Zippy Baffled FrightenedBarren Ebullient Adoring Befuddled HorrifiedBeaten Ecstatic Ardent Chaotic IntimidatedBleak Elated Cherishing Confounded PanickyBleeding Energetic Compassionate Confused ParalyzedDejected Enthusiastic Crazy about Dizzy PetrifiedDepressed Euphoric Devoted Flustered ShockedDesolate Excited Doting Rattled TerrifiedDespondent Exhilarated Fervent Reeling Terror-strickenDismal Overjoyed Idolizing Shocked WreckedEmpty Thrilled Infatuated Shook upGloomy Tickled pink Passionate SpeechlessGrieved Vibrant Wild about StartledGrim Worshipful StumpedHopeless Stunned Mocked
  15. 15. Emotional Literacy I messages vs. You Messages "You make me so jealous" we are sending a "you message". These "you messages" typically put the other person on the defensive, which hurts communication and relationships rather than helping. Expressing the Intensity Of The Feeling I feel: annoyed... angry ... incensed...ballistic. Accurately capturing the intensity of an emotion is critical to judging the message our feelings are sending. If we either exaggerate or minimize the feeling, we are distorting reality and undermining the effectiveness of our communication. Indirect Communication I Feel Like .... Using sentences for example, I feel like: ... strangling him ... shooting him ... wringing his neck ... telling her off ... teaching him a lesson ... ... quitting ... giving up ... jumping off of a cliff be the most common form of communicating our feelings. The literal result is that we often feel like labels, thoughts, and behaviors, as we can see below:
  16. 16. Emotional IntelligenceACTIVITYRelationship Management
  17. 17. Emotional Intelligence in the Classroom
  18. 18. Basic Steps to establishing EQ in the classroom Recognize and respond Encourage an emotional state in learners that is conducive to learning Listen, hear your learners out. Strive to increase your own EQ
  19. 19. EI in the classroom "I am feeling impatient", rather thanLabel your feelings "You are such a slowpoke.“rather than your "I am confused about why you arentstudents doing your work," rather than "You are just being lazy."
  20. 20. EI in the classroomExpress your emotions I am afraid you will hurt yourself doing that.rather than issuecommands I am afraid your tapping might distract the others. I feel bad when I see you take things from others without asking. And I am afraid you might lose their friendship. I feel uncomfortable with .....
  21. 21. EI in the classroomLearn to take Say, "I am feeling overwhelmed and out ofresponsibility for your control" rather "You areown feelings rather driving me crazy.“than blame them on "I felt embarrassed when theyour students. principal was here," rather than "You embarrassed me in front of the principal."
  22. 22. EI in the classroomRemember that The students arerespect is earned, not not there to meetdemanded OUR emotional needs
  23. 23. EI in the classroomApologize when you I feel bad for....feel regret forsomething, I am sorry I ....Be honest if you I am afraid I made a mistake….don’t know ananswer or have It was an error on my part…….made a mistake I don’t know,let me get back to you on that one……..
  24. 24. EI in the classroomEncourage students Frequently ask how students feel using emotionalto express their literacy guidelines of 3 wordfeelings with feeling sentences.words. Help them find the most accurate, most precise feeling words.
  25. 25. EI in the classroomSeek voluntary "Would you help me out by keeping your voice down?"cooperation ratherthan issuingcommands.
  26. 26. EI in the classroom "It looks like you are feeling aFirst validate the little restless today.“student s feelingbefore addressing "It looks like you are feeling frustrated with this topic”their behavior.
  27. 27. Conclusion clear use of language Rescue EI More deliberate
  28. 28. ReferencesDaniel Goleman (1995): Emotional Intelligence, why it canmatter more than IQ.Coetze and Jansen: Emotional Intelligence in the classroom:the secret of happy teachersCarson, B. H. (1996) ‘Thirty years of stories: the professor’splace in student memoriesClaxton, G. (1999) Wise up: the challenge of lifelonglearning, London: Bloomsbury

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