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  1. 1. KUVEMPU UNIVERSITY Department of P.G Studies and Research in Education Jnanasahyadri Shankaraghatta. A Seminar on “Concept of emotional Intelligence”Supervisor: Presenter:Dr.S.S Patil SHARATH KUMAR T.MChairman I semesterDept. of Education University Dept. of EducationShankaraghatta Kuvempu University 2011-12
  2. 2. CONTENTS:•Introduction•Conceptual Background of Emotional Intelligence•History•Nature of Emotion•Concept of Emotional intelligence•Meaning•Definitions•Theory•Characteristics of emotionally intelligent person•Educational Implications•Role of Teacher•How to develop Emotional intelligence•Conclusion•Reference•Webliography
  3. 3. Introduction: Emotional Intelligence is the ability to sense, understand and effectively apply the power and acumen of emotions as a source of human energy, Information and influence of others.
  4. 4. Conceptual Background of Emotional Intelligence: In the early part of 20th century psychologist started studying intelligence to explain individual difference in order to facilitate and training school system. Emotional intelligence has its roots in the concept of “social intelligence” first identified by thornidike in 1920. Who defined as social intelligence as the ability to understand and manage people and to act wisely in human relations.
  5. 5. History: 1985- Wayne Lean Payne- the term first used in his doctoral theses. 1990- Mayer and Salovey- two test form measuring Emotional Intelligence. 1995 and 1998- Daniel John Mayer Goleman – published Emotional Intelligence. Peter solvey and john mayer coined the term emotional intelligence in 1990. But it gained popularity after the publication of Daniel goleman’s book “Emotional Intelligence”. Peter Solvay
  6. 6. Nature of Emotion: The word “emotion” is derived from the Latin word “emover” which means the spirit that moves us. That energy is the transmitter and recorder of all feelings, thoughts and actions. Emotional Pattern’s: Both positive and negative emotions are present in an individual they are; Fear Anger Jealousy Worry Frustration Affection and Happiness
  7. 7. Concept of Emotional intelligence: Emotional Intelligence is a type of social intelligence which involves the capacity of recognizing our feelings and those of others for motivating ourselves and for managing emotions well in ourselves and in our relationships. According to Goleman an individuals success at work is 80% dependent on emotional intelligence and only 20% dependent on IQ. Salovey and Mayer suggested a four dimentionsional model of emotional intelligence as follows; Emotional perception Emotional facilitation Emotional Understanding Emotional management
  8. 8. Meaning: Emotional intelligence is the ability to use our emotions, to help us to solve problems and live a more effective life. Emotional Intelligence without intelligence or intelligence without emotional intelligence is only a part of solution, which is the head working without heart.
  9. 9. Definitions: Mayer and Salovey (1990): Emotional intelligence is the ability to monitor one’s own and other’s feeling’s and emotions, to discriminate among them, and use this information to guide one’s own thinking and action’s. Daniel Goleman(1995): Emotional Intelligence as an ability that includes self awareness, impulse control, persistence, zeal, self motivation, empathy and social adeptness.
  10. 10. Theory: Daniel Goleman suggests five major parts of Emotional Intelligence Knowing our own Emotions: Daniel Goleman Managing our own Emotions: Motivating ourselves: Recognizing the Emotions of others:
  11. 11. Characteristics of emotionallyintelligent person:•Can identify and perceive various types of emotions in others.•Can sense his own feelings and emotions .•Can incorporate perceived emotions in his thought.•Have proper understanding of the nature, intensity and outcomesof his emotions.•Can exercise proper control and regulations over the expressionsand use of emotions in dealing with his self and others so as topromote harmony prosperity and peace. Can control impulse Have self-esteem Have self-motivation Have the ability to manage mood
  12. 12. Educational Implications:•One can identify and perceive various types of emotions in other learners.•One can sense his own own feelings and emotions.•One can incorporate perceived emotions in his thought.•Emotional literacy holds the key to effective learning.•Schools must create settings in which the emotional literacy of their teachersand students are developed.•Educational system should give importance to the development of emotionalcompetence.•One can gain proper understanding of the nature, intensity, situation andoutcomes of his emotions.•One can exercise proper control and regulations over the expressions and useof emotions in dealing with his self and others so as to promote harmony.•One can develop social skills like leadership and building bonds betweenpeoples nurturing instrumental relationships in school and society.•One can develop team capabilities by creating group synergy in pursuingcollective goals.
  13. 13. Role of Teacher: Teacher plays an very important role in school to identify the emotional abilities of students and guide them in proper channel to get use of emotional intelligence in their life. We teacher’s can only guide them and train them, emotional stability, emotional control the extremity to keep the emotions in control the emotional stability is only possible through maturity.
  14. 14. How to develop Emotional intelligence:•Organizing activities both curricular and co-curricular.•Developing self awareness about their emotions.•Developing critical thinking both positive and negative.•Developing the abilities to understanding others emotions andrespect them.•Develop control their emotions.•Developing ability to express our emotions with out giving pain toothers.•Developing stress management, tension and pressure whileworking.•Doing long breathing techniques like pranayama, muscularrelaxation techniques , Jacobson progressive musculartechniques, yogasana to come out from tension and pressure.•We have to develop the ability to accept the failures in the life.Teacher has to give both situations of failure and winning.•Teacher should a role model to a learner in every aspect that learnershould fallow him.
  15. 15. Conclusion: Emotional intelligence is a broad collection of abilities relating to the emotional side for knowing our emotions, managing our emotions motivating our self. Recognizing the emotions and handling relationships in the society.
  16. 16. Reference:•Daniel Goleman-Working with emotional intelligence (1993)pn.383•Joseph ciarrochi,Joseph P.Forgas,John D.Mayer-Emotional Intelligence in every daylife.(2001)pn.1-6•Peter Salovey, Marc A.Brackett,John D.Mayer-Emotional intelligence (2004)•Daniel Goleman.-Emotional intelligence(1996)pn.1-5•Jeffery S.Nevid.-Essentials of Psychology(2010)pn-293•Dr.Prem prakash-Psychological foundations of education, kanishka,New Delhi•Mangal S.K-Advanced Educational Psychology,prentice-hall,New Delhi(pn.324-326)Webliography:•••••••••••-238... - United States• - United States••