Teaching (with) Emotional Intelligence

Ed@Teacheq.com
What if….
There was a way to easily and
effectively improve student
behavior and attention in your
classroom?
What if….

There was a way to improve students’
self esteem while making your job
easier?
What if….
We could improve GPA and test scores
significantly without major changes
to procedure or curriculum?
Would you do it ???
“It is not our abilities that
show who we truly are, It is
our choices.”
Albus Dumbledore
Headmaster, Hogwarts School of W...
Destination
Destination

Social
Emotional
Learning

Character
Education

Student
Success and
optimal
learning
environment
Success Exercise
In the 443.5 hours of children’s programming
analyzed by the PTC:
• There were 3488 instances of violence – an average of ...
Stress Response
•Fight or flight

•Amygdala hijack reaction
What Do Marshmallows and
SAT Scores Have in
Common?
3 Principles of SEL.
•Relationships provide the
foundation for learning.
•Emotions affect how and what we
learn
•Goal sett...
Key Skills in Emotional Intelligence
( Social Emotional Learning)
Self-awareness
•Recognizing and naming one’s
emotions
•Understanding of the reasons
and circumstances for feeling as
one d...
Self-regulation
•Verbalization and coping with
anxiety, anger and depression
•Controlling impulses, aggression,
and self-d...
Self-monitoring and
Performance
•Focusing on tasks at hand
•Setting short and long term
goals
•Modifying performance in li...
Empathy and Perspective Taking
•Becoming a good listener
•Increasing empathy and
sensitivity to others
Social Skills in Handling
Relationships
•Managing emotions in relationships,
harmonizing diverse feelings and
points of vi...
Handling Relationships (continued)
•Showing sensitivity to social cues
•Exercising social decision making
and problem solv...
Social Emotional Learning Allows
People to Be Successful
•It can be taught
•The learning process is
lifelong
•We can model...
• Stronger sense of community (bonding) and view of
school as caring
• Higher academic motivation and educational
aspirati...
• Greater effort to achieve
• More classroom participation and higher engagement
• More likely to work out own way of lear...
What the Research Says:
SEL Meta-analysis
Durlak, et al (2011)

•Reviewed SEL programs K-12
•Examined impact of these prog...
The Findings
•Increases social emotional skills
performance (88% increase)
•Increases in positive self
perceptions
•Increa...
Findings (continued)
•Decreases in aggressive behavior
•Decreases in disruptive classroom
behavior
•Decreases in substance...
Findings (continued)
•More likely to attend school
•Less likely to be disciplined
•More likely to receive better
grades
•S...
Findings (continued)
•Of the studies that included follow
up data(44), all showed significant
sustained change after
appro...
• Emotions affect how and what we learn
• Relationships provide foundation for learning
• Relevant skills can be taught

•...
• Demanded by employers
• Essential for lifelong success
• Risk of maladjustment, failed relationships,

unhappiness reduc...
What’s needed-moving from here:
Categorical
fragmentation in
addressing learning
barriers…
To here:
A coordinated
approach to
promoting students’
academic and life
success through SEL
SEL is not
something else
on your plate.
It is the Plate!
•CASEL.org
•Edutopia.org
•Gtlcenter.org
•CEP.org
•Charmmdfoundation.org
•Teacheq.com
•Ed Dunkelblau, Ph.D.
Ed@TEACHEQ.com

www.TEACHEQ.com
•847-803-6166
New Teacher Center's 16 National Symposium on Teacher Induction; Social and Emotional Learning Keynote Ed Dunkelblau; "Tea...
New Teacher Center's 16 National Symposium on Teacher Induction; Social and Emotional Learning Keynote Ed Dunkelblau; "Tea...
New Teacher Center's 16 National Symposium on Teacher Induction; Social and Emotional Learning Keynote Ed Dunkelblau; "Tea...
New Teacher Center's 16 National Symposium on Teacher Induction; Social and Emotional Learning Keynote Ed Dunkelblau; "Tea...
New Teacher Center's 16 National Symposium on Teacher Induction; Social and Emotional Learning Keynote Ed Dunkelblau; "Tea...
New Teacher Center's 16 National Symposium on Teacher Induction; Social and Emotional Learning Keynote Ed Dunkelblau; "Tea...
New Teacher Center's 16 National Symposium on Teacher Induction; Social and Emotional Learning Keynote Ed Dunkelblau; "Tea...
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Ed Dunkelblau was a keynote speaker on Social and Emotional Learning at New Teacher Center's 16th National Symposium on Teacher Induction. The title of his talk is "Teaching (with) Emotional Intelligence."

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New Teacher Center's 16 National Symposium on Teacher Induction; Social and Emotional Learning Keynote Ed Dunkelblau; "Teaching (with) Emotional Intelligence"

  1. 1. Teaching (with) Emotional Intelligence Ed@Teacheq.com
  2. 2. What if…. There was a way to easily and effectively improve student behavior and attention in your classroom?
  3. 3. What if…. There was a way to improve students’ self esteem while making your job easier?
  4. 4. What if…. We could improve GPA and test scores significantly without major changes to procedure or curriculum?
  5. 5. Would you do it ???
  6. 6. “It is not our abilities that show who we truly are, It is our choices.” Albus Dumbledore Headmaster, Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry
  7. 7. Destination
  8. 8. Destination Social Emotional Learning Character Education Student Success and optimal learning environment
  9. 9. Success Exercise
  10. 10. In the 443.5 hours of children’s programming analyzed by the PTC: • There were 3488 instances of violence – an average of 7.86 violent incidents per hour. There is more violence aimed directly at young children than at adults on television today. • 858 incidents of verbal aggression (e.g. abusive yelling, mean-spirited insults and put-downs) for an average of 1.93 instances per hour. • 662 incidents of disruptive, disrespectful or otherwise problematic attitudes and behaviors for an average of 1.49 instances per hour. WOLVES IN SHEEP’S CLOTHING A Content Analysis of Children’s Television MARCH 2, 2006 PA R E NT S T E L EV I S IO N C O U NC I L
  11. 11. Stress Response •Fight or flight •Amygdala hijack reaction
  12. 12. What Do Marshmallows and SAT Scores Have in Common?
  13. 13. 3 Principles of SEL. •Relationships provide the foundation for learning. •Emotions affect how and what we learn •Goal setting and problem solving provide direction and energy for learning
  14. 14. Key Skills in Emotional Intelligence ( Social Emotional Learning)
  15. 15. Self-awareness •Recognizing and naming one’s emotions •Understanding of the reasons and circumstances for feeling as one does
  16. 16. Self-regulation •Verbalization and coping with anxiety, anger and depression •Controlling impulses, aggression, and self-destructive, anti-social behavior •Recognizing strengths in and mobilizing positive feelings about self, work and supportive networks
  17. 17. Self-monitoring and Performance •Focusing on tasks at hand •Setting short and long term goals •Modifying performance in light of feedback •Mobilizing positive motivation •Activating hope and optimism
  18. 18. Empathy and Perspective Taking •Becoming a good listener •Increasing empathy and sensitivity to others
  19. 19. Social Skills in Handling Relationships •Managing emotions in relationships, harmonizing diverse feelings and points of view •Expressing emotions effectively •Exercising assertiveness, leadership, persuasion and good character •Working as part of a team (Continued)
  20. 20. Handling Relationships (continued) •Showing sensitivity to social cues •Exercising social decision making and problem solving skills •Responding constructively and in a problem solving manner to interpersonal obstacles
  21. 21. Social Emotional Learning Allows People to Be Successful •It can be taught •The learning process is lifelong •We can model it for our children •It is beneficial in school, work and family
  22. 22. • Stronger sense of community (bonding) and view of school as caring • Higher academic motivation and educational aspirations • Better understanding of consequences of behavior • Able to cope more effectively with school stressors • More positive attitudes toward school and learning
  23. 23. • Greater effort to achieve • More classroom participation and higher engagement • More likely to work out own way of learning • Fewer absences; maintained or improved attendance • On track to graduate; fewer drop-outs • More prosocial behavior • Reductions in aggression and disruptions • Fewer hostile negotiations; lower rate of conduct problems • Fewer suspensions • Better transition to middle school
  24. 24. What the Research Says: SEL Meta-analysis Durlak, et al (2011) •Reviewed SEL programs K-12 •Examined impact of these programs •Examined long term effects www.casel.org
  25. 25. The Findings •Increases social emotional skills performance (88% increase) •Increases in positive self perceptions •Increases in school bonding •Increases in prosocial attitudes
  26. 26. Findings (continued) •Decreases in aggressive behavior •Decreases in disruptive classroom behavior •Decreases in substance abuse •Decreases in depression and anxiety
  27. 27. Findings (continued) •More likely to attend school •Less likely to be disciplined •More likely to receive better grades •Strong improvement on achievement test performance
  28. 28. Findings (continued) •Of the studies that included follow up data(44), all showed significant sustained change after approximately 2 years
  29. 29. • Emotions affect how and what we learn • Relationships provide foundation for learning • Relevant skills can be taught • Positive effects on academic performance • Benefits to physical health (Continued)
  30. 30. • Demanded by employers • Essential for lifelong success • Risk of maladjustment, failed relationships, unhappiness reduced • A coordinating framework to overcome fragmentation
  31. 31. What’s needed-moving from here: Categorical fragmentation in addressing learning barriers…
  32. 32. To here: A coordinated approach to promoting students’ academic and life success through SEL
  33. 33. SEL is not something else on your plate. It is the Plate!
  34. 34. •CASEL.org •Edutopia.org •Gtlcenter.org •CEP.org •Charmmdfoundation.org •Teacheq.com
  35. 35. •Ed Dunkelblau, Ph.D. Ed@TEACHEQ.com www.TEACHEQ.com •847-803-6166

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