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Emotional Intelligence in the Classroom DVD

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Adolescents have both the cognitive and the emotional capacity to deepen their emotional intelligence, and for that reason secondary schools are being viewed as an ideal setting in which to teach and promote EI. In this program, Dr. Karen Hansen, coordinator of the EI and Education Research Unit of Swinburne University, compares and contrasts definitions and models of EI. In addition, she suggests practical ways in which educators can promote and nurture EI through a variety of classroom activities and by rearranging the physical classroom environment. Viewable/printable educational resources are available online. (31 minutes)

Length: 19 minutes


Copyright date: ©1992

 Closed Captioned

Babies' Actions Reveal Emotions (04:31)

A baby's temperament affects interaction with the caregiver, and the emotions of the caregiver also affect the baby. Temperamental differences in babies can show at three to six months.

Crying and Fear (03:40)

Crying is the expression of frustration and anger from six to twelve months old. Moods develop at one to two years old. Toddlers develop security through routines and rituals.

Temper Tantrums (04:07)

Saying "no" helps the child build self-esteem through control. A temper tantrum is a normal way for a child to display control. Anger means a toddler wants limits.

Emotional Education (04:03)

Four and five-year-olds use language to solve problems and become less selfish. Temperament differences in five to six-year-olds include physical and verbal attacks, and crying outbursts.

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