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  • Slide 1
  • Emotional Intelligence
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  • Schedule Introductions The Success Factor Multiple Intelligences Emotional Intelligence The Education Model of EI
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  • What personal traits do we hope people exhibit as a result of their education? Personal Responsibility Work Ethic Compassion Moral Reasoning Meaningful Self-Direction Life-Long Learning
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  • What Is Intelligence? American Heritage Dictionary Capacity to acquire and apply knowledge. The faculty of thought and reason. Superior powers of the mind. Robert Sternberg (Beyond IQ, 1985) Intelligence is what we measure with tests. Howard Gardner (Multiple Intelligences, 1993) Intelligence is the ability to solve problems or fashion products of consequence.
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  • Howard Gardners Multiple Intelligences Musical Bodily-Kinesthetic Logical-Mathematical Linguistic Spatial Naturalistic Interpersonal Intrapersonal Principal Areas of Emotional Intelligence
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  • Transformative Model of EI Meaningful learning occurs when Positive Assessment is combined with Emotional Learning Systems
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  • EI Competencies Interpersonal Communication Under Stress Assertion Personal Leadership Comfort Empathy Decision Making Leadership Self Management in Life and Career Drive Strength Time Management Commitment Ethic Positive Personal Change Intrapersonal Development Self-Esteem Stress Management Anxiety Management Anger Management
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  • Emotion What is emotion? What are the basic human emotions? Anger Fear Sadness Happiness
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  • Emotion & Patterned Behavior A simple addition exercise. Body posture. Interlaced fingers Folded arms. Crossed legs.
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  • The Brain COMMUNICATION IDEAS HumaNext
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  • EQ & IQ EQ IQ Emotional Experiential Cognitive Academic
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  • Preconscious Thoughts (Seymour Epstein, 1998, p. 197) Event Mary did not say Hello Thought Mary is a snob Emotion Anger Secondary Mental Reaction Mary thinks shes better than me Ill show her what that feels like! Behavior Develops antagonistic relationship with Mary Emotion Increase in anger Destructive Sequence
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  • Preconscious Thoughts (Seymour Epstein, 1998, p. 197) Event Mary did not say Hello Thought Mary is Preoccupied Emotion Puzzlement Emotion Sympathy Warmth Behavior Maintains friendly, rewarding relationship with Mary Secondary Mental Reaction Maybe somethings bothering Mary Thought Mary is a snob Emotion Anger Secondary Mental Reaction Mary thinks shes better than me Ill show her what that feels like! Behavior Develops antagonistic relationship with Mary Emotion Increase in anger Destructive Sequence Constructive Sequence
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  • Cognitive Mind Emotional Mind Appropriate Behavior Emotional intelligence is the ability to think constructively and act wisely! EI
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  • What is Emotional Intelligence Emotional intelligence is a confluence of developed skills and abilities that facilitate (a) the accurate knowledge and value of self, as well as responsible actions based on personal worth and dignity; (b) a variety of strong, healthy relationships; (c) the ability to work well with others; and (d) productive reactions to the demands and pressures of every day life and work. Nelson & Low, 2003
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  • EQ & Internal Dialogue Activating Event Emotional or Behavioral Response Beliefs Thoughts Values Change Cognitive Structures The tools that each of us develop in order to modify our patterns of response. The Emotional Learning System (ELS) provides a model for changing our thoughts in order to learning to think more constructively and act more wisely.
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  • Learn Apply Explore Identify Understand The Emotional Learning System Nelson & Low, p. 14-16
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  • Transformative Model of EI Meaningful learning occurs when Positive Assessment is combined with Emotional Learning Systems
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  • Emotional Intelligence Profile A Profile of Emotional Skills DevelopStrengthenEnhance Interpersonal Skills: Assertion 9 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 33 36 Leadership Skills: Comfort 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 24 Leadership Skills: Empathy 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 Leadership Skills: Decision Making 5 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 Leadership Skills: Leadership 4 6 9 11 13 15 17 39 44 49 Self Management: Drive Strength 10 14 18 22 26 30 34 38 42 44 46 50 Self Management: Time Management 5 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 Self Management: Commitment Ethic 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 Intrapersonal: Self Esteem 9 18 23 26 29 32 35 39 42 45 48 50 Intrapersonal: Stress Management 4 9 14 19 24 29 34 39 44 49 LowNormalHigh Potential Problem Area: Aggression 2 4 68 11 1519 24 28 35 Potential Problem Area: Deference 2 4 6 1014 18 2226 30 32 36 Potential Problem Area: Change Orientation 1 3 5 79 11 1316 18 21 24 TAMUK First-Year Student Profile High Achieving Profile Academic At-Risk Profile
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  • The Emotional Intelligence Assessment Process (ESAP) Four competence areas Interpersonal Communication Personal Leadership Self-Management Intrapersonal Skills Three potential problem areas Aggression Deference Change Orientation
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  • Interpersonal Communication Under Stress Assertion (skill) Aggression (potential problem) Deference (potential problem) Communication Continuum AssertionDeferenceAggression
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  • Personal Leadership Skills Comfort Empathy Decision Making Leadership
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  • Self-Management Skills Drive Strength Time Management Commitment Ethic Positive Change Orientation
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  • Intrapersonal Development Skills Self Esteem Stress Management

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