3 A Definition of Emotional Intelligence Daniel Goleman (1997) Knowing what you are feeling and being able to handle those feelings without having them swamp you.Sensing what others are feelingand handling relationships effectively.Being able to motivate yourself to get jobs done,be creative and perform at your peak.
4 Emotional Intelligence Definition for a 7 year old I know what I feel.I can say what I feel.I am learning how to handle my feelings.I know how they feel.I can say how they feel.I am learning to handle their feelings.
5 Where has Emotional Intelligence come from? Is it new?It draws from many disciplines egBrain Research and NeurologyPsychoneuromimmunology (PNI)Educational ResearchPsychotherapeutic and Psychiatric research and assessment
6 Carl Rodgers, psychotherapist identified 3 core conditions for human growthUnconditional Human RegardEmpathyGenuineness
8 Sense of Personal Power Definition of Self EsteemSense of SelfSense of BelongingSense of Personal PowerInsight Indicators for N/P/Spaediatrics…PSD … indicators
9 Emotional Intelligence Definition for a 7 year old I know what I feel.I can say what I feel.I am learning how to handle my feelings.I know how they feel.I can say how they feel.I am learning to handle their feelings.
10 THE RESPONSIBILITY OF ALL STAFF A Curriculum for ExcellenceMental,emotional,socialand physical wellbeingTHE RESPONSIBILITY OF ALL STAFF
11 Mental and Emotional Wellbeing A Curriculum for ExcellenceMental and Emotional WellbeingI am aware of and able to express my feelings and am developing the ability to talk about them. HWB 01aI am learning that we all experience a variety of emotions that affect how we think, feel and behave and I am learning ways of managing them. HWB 02aI know that my feelings and behaviour change depending upon what is happening within and around me. This helps me to understand the way that others behave. HWB 03a
12 Mental and Emotional Wellbeing A Curriculum for ExcellenceMental and Emotional WellbeingI understand my feelings/reactions can change depending on what is happening within and around me. This helps me to understand my own behaviour and the way others behave. HWB 04aI know that caring, sharing fairness, equality and love are important in building positive relationships…HWB 05aI understand the importance of mental wellbeing and that this can be fostered and strengthened through personal coping skills and positive relationships…. HWB 06a
13 Mental and Emotional Wellbeing A Curriculum for ExcellenceMental and Emotional WellbeingI am learning skills and strategies which will support me in challenging times, particularly in relation to change and loss. HWB 07aI understand that people can feel alone and can be misunderstood and left out by others…. HWB 08aSocial Wellbeing+ HWB 09/10/11/12/13/14 on rights, being unique, value learning, confidence, contributing my talents, changing my school community, being a friend….
17 Jane and Emma were really excited! They were allowed to play with the new games at play time that their teacher Miss Kelly had bought for the class.
18 It was amazing!! There was a giant snakes and ladders, skipping ropes, swing ball and lots more….
19 It was Primary 5’s turn to play with the new Rounders equipment today It was Primary 5’s turn to play with the new Rounders equipment today. The girls had been looking forward to it all day, and so were the class.
20 Jane and Emma helped set up the game Jane and Emma helped set up the game. They each took two new cones and placed them around the playground.
21 The teams were picked, Jane and Emma were on the same team The teams were picked, Jane and Emma were on the same team. They were really excited! Everyone was allowed two turns at hitting the ball.
22 They watched as other team members hit the ball, and ran around the cones. ‘This is brilliant fun!’ said Jane, even though she never managed to hit the ball.
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