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EI: ITS THE REAL DEAL A language/communication game-simulation module for an Emotional Intelligence training program Alexandra Helm-Correa OTED 750 April 28, 2003
Course Description assist in understanding EI; A training Program designed to… provide opportunities to apply concepts in practice; Group and individual class work, videos, lecture, videos, presentations and technology-based training Combines…
Course Justification Only a scattered handful of pioneering SEL (social and emotional learning) courses exist at the college or professional level… (Taken from the Consortium for Research on Emotional Intelligence in Organizations website, from Daniel Golemans book, The Emotionally Intelligent Workplace.
Target Audience Adult population Career Transition Personal Interest Professional Growth
TBT Justification Blended Learning: Curriculum broken down into modules Includes classroom and internet-based training Allows for individual learning Non-threatening environment
Game/Simulation Description A game framework overlaid onto three sections Personal EI assessment EI simulations based upon assessment results Assessment results / Optional simulations Closed structure – language/communication
Scope Focuses on the five competencies of EI: 1. Self-Awareness 2. Self-Regulation 3. Motivation 4. Empathy 5. Social Skills
Scope continued Personal assessment – Simulation – Feedback Low-Fidelity Constraints a. Budget b. Personnel c. Time
Learning Objectives Describe EI Identify the five EI competencies and their related factors Apply EI skills effectively Recognize EI personal strengths and weaknesses
MODEL Trainee introduced to virtual announcer and host; Learning objectives and instructions provided Trainee selects a curtain from three provided on the screen to begin training. Welcome Contestant to EI: The Real Deal!
Lets Play Whats your EI? (Personal Assessment ) INCORRECT CHOICE CORRECT CHOICE
Self-awareness Self-regulationMotivationEmpathySocial Skills Simulations based upon trainee assessment Simulations developed and chosen based upon each competency
Zonking produces floating Monty and knowledge question
Trainee receives feedback regarding assessment and can print it for reference during post-simulation activities.
Post-Simulation Trainer-Trainee Conference Discuss perceptions of performance as well as strengths and weaknesses. Discuss decisions made; provide opportunity for reflection. Provide possible follow-up activities.