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Emotional intelligence classroom management - learning outcome - daniel goleman

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Emotional intelligence classroom management - learning outcome - daniel goleman

  1. 1. EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE FOR MAXIMIZING LEARNING EXPERIENCE IN THE CLASSROOM- DANIEL GOLEMAN Child is tender and gentle. Teacher handles human being, not the machine. How can an educator expect lifeless activity in the classroom? Educator can bring massive positive difference in a learner’s life. Your loving, caring, affectionate, kind-hearted and warm gestures can be reincarnation of child life and can have great impact in a child’s life. Teaching is an art. Rajeev Ranjan - www.rajeevelt.com 1
  2. 2. Teachers’ Emotional Intelligence Teaching is an art. Rajeev Ranjan - www.rajeevelt.com 2
  3. 3. Do you think so--- Teaching is an art. Rajeev Ranjan - www.rajeevelt.com 3 Classrooms are complex social environments.
  4. 4. Do you think so--- Teaching is an art. Rajeev Ranjan - www.rajeevelt.com 4
  5. 5. Do you think so--- Teaching is an art. Rajeev Ranjan - www.rajeevelt.com 5 Learning is very complex phenomena. Learning demands a lot of hard work and adequate practice to reach at a certain level. Individual’s interest and active participation ensure the best learning outcomes. Learning happens in a positive and students friendly environment where children feel safe, secure, love, care and compassion at home and at school. Compassionate educator always deals with students’ mental, physical and emotional needs considerately, virtuously and wisely at right time and at right place.
  6. 6. Teachers’ Emotional Intelligence Teaching is an art. Rajeev Ranjan - www.rajeevelt.com 6 Teacher deals directly with students’ feeling, relationships and problems, whether they are part of the curriculum or not. If you are a classroom teacher, you are not only teaching students’ academic content, but also fostering in them essential skills for handling emotions such as frustration, worry and anger. In fact, we know that students learn better in positive relationship environments.
  7. 7. Teachers’ Emotional Intelligence Teaching is an art. Rajeev Ranjan - www.rajeevelt.com 7 Check your emotional intelligence- do we fit into – “Anyone can become angry —that is easy. But to be angry with the right person, to the right degree, at the right time, for the right purpose, and in the right way —this is not easy. ARISTOTLE, The Nicomachean Ethics” ― Daniel Goleman, Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ Discuss it with your peer. Is it really not so easy?
  8. 8. Teachers’ Emotional Intelligence Teaching is an art. Rajeev Ranjan - www.rajeevelt.com 8 Do we implement our emotional intelligence to maximize learning in the classroom? “People with well-developed emotional skills are also more likely to be content and effective in their lives, mastering the habits of mind that foster their own productivity; people who cannot marshal some control over their emotional life fight inner battles that sabotage their ability for focused work and clear thought.” ― Daniel Goleman, Emotional Intelligence
  9. 9. Teachers’ Emotional Intelligence Teaching is an art. Rajeev Ranjan - www.rajeevelt.com 9 How to maximize learning in the classroom using our emotional intelligence? Is it possible to maintain professional ethics in the classroom while applying our emotional intelligence to handle a number of different types of learner i.e. 1. Learners’ different Learning levels 2. Learners’ different Learning styles 3. Individual’s uniqueness and differences 4. Socio-economic background 5. Socio-religious background 6. Physical differences 7. Mental differences
  10. 10. Emotional Intelligence-Role of Teacher’s for Maximize Learning Experience in the Classroom Teaching is an art. Rajeev Ranjan - www.rajeevelt.com 10 Emotional ‘literacy’ implies an expanded responsibility for schools in helping to socialize children. This daunting task requires two major changes: that teachers go beyond their traditional mission and that people in the community become more involved with schools as both active participants in children’s learning and as individual mentors. – Daniel Goleman
  11. 11. Emotional Intelligence-Role of Teacher’s for Maximize Learning Experience in the Classroom Teaching is an art. Rajeev Ranjan - www.rajeevelt.com 11 Teachers need to be comfortable talking about feelings. This is part of teaching emotional literacy – a set of skills we can all develop, including the ability to read, understand, and respond appropriately to one’s own emotions and the emotions of others. – Daniel Goleman
  12. 12. Teachers’ Emotional Intelligence Teaching is an art. Rajeev Ranjan - www.rajeevelt.com 12 “A child's readiness for school depends on the most basic of all knowledge, how to learn. Daniel Goleman, Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ mentioned the seven key ingredients of this crucial capacity—all related to emotional intelligence: 1. Confidence 2. Curiosity 3. Intentionality 4. Self Control 5. Relatedness 6. Capacity to Communicate 7. Cooperativeness
  13. 13. Emotional Intelligence-Role of Teacher’s for Maximize Learning Experience in the Classroom Teaching is an art. Rajeev Ranjan - www.rajeevelt.com 13 Confidence. A sense of control and mastery of one's body, behavior, and world; the child's sense that he is more likely than not to succeed at what he undertakes, and that adults will be helpful. Role of Teacher’s for Maximize Learning Experience in the Classroom- Help your child to develop positive sense of achievement- Yes s/he can Ask your students to share their problems with you Always try to answer student’s question positively and politely Nurture their inherent strength to come out small obstacles of life
  14. 14. Emotional Intelligence-Role of Teacher’s for Maximize Learning Experience in the Classroom Teaching is an art. Rajeev Ranjan - www.rajeevelt.com 14 Curiosity. The sense that finding out about things is positive and leads to pleasure. Role of Teacher’s for Maximize Learning Experience in the Classroom Nurture the child’s inquisitiveness in the classroom Develop habit of listening students’ problems, thoughts, views in the classroom Always welcome students’ questions in positive gestures, positive body language and guide them in right direction wisely
  15. 15. Emotional Intelligence-Role of Teacher’s for Maximize Learning Experience in the Classroom Teaching is an art. Rajeev Ranjan - www.rajeevelt.com 15 Intentionality. The wish and capacity to have an impact, and to act upon that with persistence. This is related to a sense of competence, of being effective. Role of Teacher’s for Maximize Learning Experience in the Classroom- Accept the child’s individual nature of learning Respect the child’s hard work in the classroom Nurture the strength of individual learner in the classroom Help students to become more active, more vibrant in the classroom
  16. 16. Emotional Intelligence-Role of Teacher’s for Maximize Learning Experience in the Classroom Teaching is an art. Rajeev Ranjan - www.rajeevelt.com 16 Self-control. The ability to modulate and control one's own actions in age-appropriate ways; a sense of inner control. Role of Teacher’s for Maximize Learning Experience in the Classroom- Accept your learner is a unique individual Listen students’ pain and problems Discuss the ways and means to sort the problem
  17. 17. Emotional Intelligence-Role of Teacher’s for Maximize Learning Experience in the Classroom Teaching is an art. Rajeev Ranjan - www.rajeevelt.com 17 Relatedness. The ability to engage with others based on the sense of being understood by and understanding others. Role of Teacher’s for Maximize Learning Experience in the Classroom- Try to understand your learner Help students to learn the beauty of trust one-another Offer hands on experience
  18. 18. Emotional Intelligence-Role of Teacher’s for Maximize Learning Experience in the Classroom Teaching is an art. Rajeev Ranjan - www.rajeevelt.com 18 Capacity to communicate. The wish and ability to verbally exchange ideas, feelings, and concepts with others. This is related to a sense of trust in others and of pleasure in engaging with others, including adults. Role of Teacher’s for Maximize Learning Experience in the Classroom- Help students in developing good communication skill Help students to learn the power of listening and speaking
  19. 19. Emotional Intelligence-Role of Teacher’s for Maximize Learning Experience in the Classroom Teaching is an art. Rajeev Ranjan - www.rajeevelt.com 19 Cooperativeness. The ability to balance one's own needs with those of others in group activity. Role of Teacher’s for Maximize Learning Experience in the Classroom- Develop a sense of belongingness' with family and peers Develop the sense of leadership skill in a group
  20. 20. Emotional Intelligence-Role of Teacher’s for Maximize Learning Experience in the Classroom Teaching is an art. Rajeev Ranjan - www.rajeevelt.com 20 “People’s beliefs about their abilities have a profound effect on those abilities. Ability is not a fixed property; there is a huge variability in how you perform. People who have a sense of self-efficacy bounce back from failures; they approach things in terms of how to handle them rather than worrying about what can go wrong.” ― Daniel Goleman, Emotional Intelligence
  21. 21. Emotional Intelligence-Role of Teacher’s for Maximize Learning Experience in the Classroom Teaching is an art. Rajeev Ranjan - www.rajeevelt.com 21
  22. 22. Emotional Intelligence-Role of Teacher’s for Maximize Learning Experience in the Classroom Teaching is an art. Rajeev Ranjan - www.rajeevelt.com 22
  23. 23. Emotional Intelligence-Role of Teacher’s for Maximize Learning Experience in the Classroom Child is tender and gentle. Teacher handles human being, not the machine. How can an educator expect lifeless activity in the classroom? Educator can bring massive positive difference in an individual's life. Your loving, caring, affectionate, kind- hearted and warm gestures can be reincarnation of a child and can have great impact in a child’s life.- RR 23 Teaching is an art. Rajeev Ranjan - www.rajeevelt.com
  24. 24. Suggestions Teaching is an art. Rajeev Ranjan - www.rajeevelt.com 24 Rajeev Ranjan Principal , Teacher Trainer & CBSE Master Trainer in Career Counseling Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad Website:- www.rajeevelt.com www.rajeevranjan.net Email .Id : rajeevbhuvns@gmail.com
  25. 25. Teaching is an art. Rajeev Ranjan - www.rajeevelt.com 25  https://www.wcu.edu/WebFiles/PDFs/CEAP-HS- BK_EmotionalIntelligenceQuiz_LoriCaudle.pdf  http://ptgmedia.pearsoncmg.com/images/9780135010631/downloads/Henley_C h1_IntroductiontoProactiveClassroomManagement.pdf  https://www.iste.org/explore/ISTE-blog/7-tips-for-helping-students-develop- emotional-intelligence  https://www.freespirit.com/files/original/Boost-Emotional-Intelligence-in- Students-preview-1.pdf  https://www.helpguide.org/articles/mental-health/emotional-intelligence-eq.htm  1995: Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ, Bantam Books. ISBN 978-0-553-38371-3  1998: Working with Emotional Intelligence, Bantam Books. ISBN 978- 1856135016  2001: Primal Leadership: Unleashing the Power of Emotional Intelligence, with Richard Boyatzis and Annie McKee, Harvard Business Review Press. ISBN 978-1422168035  2006: Social Intelligence: Beyond IQ, Beyond Emotional Intelligence, Bantam Books. ISBN 978-0-553-38449-9

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