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  • Emotional Intelligence
  • What is E.Q. ?What are some of the fundamental factors that determine E.Q.?
  • Fundamentals of Emotional Intelligence Self-awareness: Knowing what you feel and using your gut sense to make decisions you can live with happily.Management of Feelings: controlling impulses, soothing your anxiety, having anger that is appropriate.Motivation: zeal persistence and optimism in the face of setbacks.Empathy: reading and responding to unspoken feelings. Social skills: handling emotional reactions in others, interacting smoothly, managing relationships effectively.
  • Take the E.Q. Quiz and read the article: New Thinking on Smarts in your book.
  • Multiple Intelligence
  • Emotional IntelligenceLogical Mathematical, verbal/linguistic, visual/spatial.
  • How will you distinguish between inter- and intra- personal intelligence?
  • Intrapersonal intelligence may be the gateway.
  • See handout. Take M.I. inventory.There are ten responses, consider each as it either applies to you or not.4-6 responses is considered average.Once you have completed the inventory, make a bar graph of your results. See attached graph. If you are “sensitive to color” you may want to make a colorful bar graph Have fun learning more about yourself.
  • Put your profile in your journal, it is a required element!
  • Multiple Intelligence Case Study:Spatial/Visual Intelligence
  • This intelligence deals with the sense of sight and being able to visualize an object and create internal mental images/pictures such as…
  • Factors effecting your Spatial/Visual imagery intelligence
  • So how do we measure our abilities in these areas?Not just one test.We will look at visual spatial intelligence and demonstrate how we can get some idea as to our ability in this intelligence.
  • 3.2 2013 brain studies

    1. 1. Do you see any relationship between E.Q. and being an positive/optimisticperson?Why do you think that people with high E.Q.’s are generally “moresuccessful” than people with just high I.Q.’s?What about those people who seem to have both a high E.Q. and high I.Q.?
    2. 2. Howard Gardner identifies areas of intelligence. It isn’tall that simple.People can excel in some areas and challenged inothers.Originally Gardner came up with seven areas of intellectincluding the following: – Verbal/Linguistic – Mathematical/Logical – Spatial/Visual – Musical/Rhythmic – Interpersonal – Intrapersonal – Body/kinesthetic.Today there are nine multiple intelligences including theoriginal seven + existential and naturalistic.
    3. 3. Which of the seven intelligences might be usedin an I.Q. test or I.Q. equivalency test?Which of the nine might be used to determinea person’s e.q.?
    4. 4. Multiple Intelligence Inventory
    5. 5. Place the profile in yourjournal.Write an analysis of theprofile in the forumdiscussing why youbelieve you got the scoreyou did for each of theintelligences.Make sure to address allof the intelligences withsome discussion.
    6. 6. Review your M.I.profile.Note the score andlook at yourresponse.Spatial/VisualIntelligence is reallya collection ofabilities and skillsthat deal with theability to formmental images andmanipulate them.
    7. 7. Reminder of Inventory Questions: – I often see clear images when I close my eyes. – I’m sensitive to color. – I frequently use a camera or “device” to record what I see around me. – I enjoy doing jigsaw puzzles, mazes, or other visual puzzles. – I have vivid dreams – I can find my way around unfamiliar territory. – I like to draw or doodle. – Geometry was easier for me than algebra. – I can see things from a bird’s eye view. – I like looking at reading material and text that is heavily illustrated.