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resources explaining emotional and social intelligence theory and teaching strategies


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    Are You Shaping Your Child Into an Insecure Person for the Future? 0-2 years-Lifelong
    Self-confidence is not an innate quality possessed by some people. Rather, it is a consequence of the level of self-esteem achieved. What factors does self-esteem depend on in a child or adolescent? How can parents increase their children's level of self-esteem?

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    Construction of an Instrument to Assess Prosocial Reasoning in 7 and 8 Year Old Children - A Pictorial Version Grade 2-Grade 3
    The aim of this study was to develop an instrument to assess prosocial reasoning in 7- and 8-year-old children. In this work, the procedures followed and psychometric results of a version with pictographic support are presented. Consistency was observed...

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    Educational Approaches in the State of Nuevo Leon, Mexico; Multi-Case Study Grade 1-Tertiary
    This article aims to find the answer to the following question: How are the approaches education as socialization, education as knowledge and education as development of the person manifested in the activities, procedures and daily interactions of 5th grade...

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    Emotional exhaustion in teachers in Nuevo León, Mexico: a gender study Tertiary-Lifelong
    According to the theory of emotional exhaustion, this occurs more frequently among people who show a high degree of involvement in their work tasks motivated by unrealistic goals, assuming a causal relationship between involvement and emotional exhaustion....

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    Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace Lifelong
    "Emotional intelligence is a concept which originated relatively recently, and which has held the focus of the research community up until today. Most useful in the workplace environment, EQ can explain why some leaders prosper and others do not. EQ can...

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    Emotional intelligence, the concept of education and teachers Grade 1-Lifelong
    Given the importance given to emotional intelligence in the success of professional performance, the question arises: What is the degree of emotional intelligence shown by secondary school teachers in the city of Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, and how does it compare...

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    Equity Problems in the Honduran Educational System Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Current efforts to improve educational equity in Latin America in general and in Honduras in particular, in the context of the prevailing deep social inequalities, are focused on the search for interventions that, by managing the scarce resources available,...

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    Jesus and emotional intelligence: how to maintain self-control Grade 3-Lifelong
    Today many people live controlled by their emotions and feelings. God made us with the ability to think and feel. Although both are important in life, sometimes it can be difficult to manage feelings. They often try to convince us to follow the easy way, to...

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    Music and Emotions Grade 5-Lifelong
    Dr. Howard Hanson, director of the University of Rochester School of Music, said that "music can be calm or vigorous, ennobling or vulgar, philosophical or orgy. It has power for evil as well as for good." How interesting to note that music can have...

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    Music and Morality Grade 5-Lifelong
    One of the most difficult questions about standards of conduct that confronts the Christian today is: How can I make wise decisions in listening to and interpreting music? And unfortunately, confused by the complexity of the issue, many Christians are tempted...

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    Promoting Emotional Intelligence in the Classroom Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Mayer and associates define Emotional Intelligence as the "capacity to reason about emotions, and of emotions to enhance thinking. It includes the abilities to accurately perceive emotions, to access and generate emotions so as to assist thought, to understand...

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    The Impact of Human Emotions upon Learning - a Christian Perspective Tertiary-Lifelong
    Martin notes that "the purpose of this study is to raise the awareness of educators to how emotions impact learning." Martin notes in the paper many "physiological and emotional symptoms of potential distress indicators, followed by suggestions...

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    Theories and Rationale Proposing the Imminent Evolution of Education Grade 1-Tertiary
    The globalization of resources and tools, of systems and their elements, suggest the globalization of knowledge, therefore education must be at the forefront with the uncertainty of our times, favoring the natural aptitude of the mind. The task of the educator...