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Art Systems USING ART TO DEVELOP EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS
Art Systems WHY DOES IT WORK? WHAT DOES IT LOOK LIKE IN PRACTICE?
Art Systems EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE….. The concepts are not new Freud A.S. Neil Herbert Read Montessori John Dewey Howard Gardner
Art Systems DANIEL GOLEMAN EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE
Art Systems emotional aptitude is a meta-ability, determining how well we can use whatever other skills we have, including raw intellect
Art Systems 20%= IQ 80%= EI
Art Systems Confidence Self esteem Assertiveness Concentration Curiosity Motivation Self control Sense of belonging Able to communicate Cooperativeness THESE ARE ALL ASPECTS OF EI
Art Systems WHAT IS EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE?
Art Systems FEELINGS AWARENESS EMPATHY SELF CONTROL GOOD SOCIAL INTERACTION BEING MOTIVATED- INDEPENDENT-HAVING GOOD SELF ESTEEM
Feeling liked Having friends Wanting to learn Feeling confident
Art Systems THE ROOTS OF EI LIE IN THE EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF THE BRAIN
Art Systems PREFRONTAL CORTEX Develops most rapidly between 3- 8 yrs of age
Art Systems HOW IS EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE LINKED TO ART?
Creativity Transitional space open playful self directed
Art Systems Conscious Subconscious TECHNIQUES INTUITION KNOWLEDGE FEELINGS /EMOTIONS AESTHETICS DREAMS SKILLS SENSE PERCEPTIONS EXPERIENCE IMAGINATION CREATIVITY
Art Systems We choose colours lines, textures, shapes and forms to symbolise our ideas VISUAL LANGUAGE
Art Systems EXPRESSION
ART WILL ADDRESS EI IF.....
SELF DIRECTED WORKING WITH FEELINGS WORKING FROM EXPERIENCE HAVING LOTS OF MATERIALS TO CHOOSE FROM
Art Systems GIVE CHILDREN A CHANCE TO TALK ABOUT ME SELF ESTEEM
Vietnamese Ministry of Education, EYFS and California Kindergarten Standards Welcome to KinderStars Vietnamese and International Curriculum Department.
Copyright [Nina Jekova] . This work is the intellectual property of the author. Permission is granted for this material to be shared for non-commercial,
Emotional Intelligence Emotion = to move. Multiple intelligences Verbal Mathematical-logical Spatial capacity Kinaesthetic Musical Interpersonal skills.
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Emotional Intelligence Lecture Slides A series of lecture slides with notes are provided below in Office PowerPoint 2007 format. The slides provide a general.
Transforming Relationships West Dunbarton Emotional Literacy Dr Elizabeth Morris.
Finding Your Passion Sir Ken Robinson, PhD The Element: How Finding Your Passion Changes Everything.
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Welcome to the IPC. The International Primary Curriculum (IPC) is an internationally-minded, thematic, cross-curricular and rigorous teaching structure.
Making learning Irresistible Tom Robson Watch your thoughts, They become words, Watch your words, They become actions, Watch your actions, They become.
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Bubbles to Self Concept Development Everyday activities can be used to build a child’s development in the physical, social, emotional & intellectual areas.
Helping Families Promote Children’s Social Emotional Competence Based on materials from Center for Social Emotional Foundation of Early Learning (CSEFEL)
What is NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) ? coined in the Early 70s by John Grinder and Richard Bandler.
Collaborating with Families: Partnering for Success.
Creative Development. 1: Explores different media and responds to a variety of sensory experiences. Engages in representational play. Scale points 1 –
Chapter 2 Discovering Who You Are. Key Questions Did you ever want to know what makes you who you are? Did you ever wonder why you acted the way you did?
Education and Cultural Services Department Primary National Strategy Speaking, Listening and Learning: Working with children in Key Stages 1 and 2.
Art as a Way of Learning® #2 CHILDREN USE ART The arts are a natural language which must be nurtured and developed so children remain creative and literate.
Making sense of Learning Intentions and Success Criteria.
The Power of Emotion: Developing Emotional Intelligence.
Nikki Tilson – Assessment and Transitions Advisor – EYFS and Y1 Headteacher’s briefing – April 2013.
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