Be A Modern Teacher With Emotional Intelligence

Author: Alozie Eugene Iheanyi (Fr)
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1504988841
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In the past ten years of pastoral vocation as a Catholic Priest, I have dedicated not less than eight years in apostolates intrinsically tied to mentoring of young people and classroom teaching. After completing my bachelor’s degree; I worked for six years as a secondary school principal in Nigeria before I received the call to come over to Europe for the continuation of my ministerial experience and learning. In all these years, both from studies and in practical experience, I have realized that education is meant to enhance the lives of people and improve them. In the course of researching for my Master’s degree, I became aware of the concept of emotional intelligence. I saw in it an apt and timely addendum to the entire course of research and to educational research in particular. The fact is that human life, its reality and goals is the very context inside which learning should be done and for which learning is done. This is what makes education have meaning and determines its usefulness, and it is only in this context that we can say that education prepares one for life and its challenges. Directly or indirectly, emotional intelligence makes a contribution to preparation for living in the modern world. Educational enterprise is not exclusive to the activities that take place within the four walls of a formal classroom. I accept the educational learning theory which says that learning is everywhere for a conscious mind, though it always needs to be tuned and guided. In fact there are a huge number of para-teachers, such as parents, coaches, mentors, pastors, inspirers, trainers and leaders, who do not know the extent to which their day-to-day teachings and drilling of others affect the psychology of society at large. This is because the teaching, mentoring and coaching of such para-teachers influences the emotional intelligence of their followers and learners, most often in a positive way. Emotional intelligence was a ground-breaking theory developed by Daniel Goleman, not only on to teach how best to teach and inspire, but also to make an important link between the learning achievement of the classroom and success in real life situations. This is called knowledge transfer in education.

Emotional Intelligence And Its Applications

Author: Matthew N. O. Sadiku
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1665508981
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This is a comprehensive book on emotional intelligence, a conjoint of different abilities. The book provides researchers, students, and professionals a comprehensive introduction, applications, benefits, and challenges for all aspects of emotional intelligence. The authors were motivated to write this book partly due to the lack of a single source of reference on the subject. Hence, the book will help a beginner to have an introductory knowledge about emotional intelligence. The main objective of the authors is to provide a concise treatment that is easily digestible for each aspect of EI. It is hoped that the book will be useful to practicing psychologies, social scientists, and business managers.

Parables And Riddles In Ancient And Modern Teaching

Author: Kalman J. Kaplan
Editor: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1527523365
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This book is about the difference between parables and riddles, and between different views and definitions of wisdom and various attitudes towards the possibility of its attainment. Both parables and riddles go beyond a simple rote presentation of facts, which may become tedious and likely to be tuned out or rejected. However, there is a major difference between the two. Parables are a dominant form of transmission of information in biblical writings, while riddles dominate those of ancient Greece. Parables transmit an underlying, useful life-message in a way that will not be rejected. Riddles, in contrast, are largely unintelligible, leaving one helpless, unable to derive any life-lesson. This book will be of intellectual value to educators, writers, therapists, story-tellers, clergy, and classicists, as well as anyone interested in the implications of ancient views of wisdom for modern education.

Modern Technologies For Teaching And Learning In Socio Humanitarian Disciplines

Author: Darinskaia, Larisa Alexandrovna
Editor: IGI Global
ISBN: 1522578420
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Despite the modernization of the educational process both in colleges and universities, the main way of transferring information from teacher to learner remains their personal contact in classrooms and educational literature. One of the effective ways to optimize teaching and learning is the technological approach to the organization of the educational process. Modern Technologies for Teaching and Learning in Socio-Humanitarian Disciplines aims to systematize technologies for teaching social and humanitarian disciplines and discuss educational technologies that the modern teacher can and should possess including tools for person-oriented learning and for setting and achieving learning goals. The content within this publication examines interactive technologies, social educators, and visual storytelling and is designed for educators, researchers, academicians, administrators, and students.

4 Th International Conference On Lifelong Education And Leadership For All Iclel 2018

Author: Prof. Dr. Osman TITREK
Editor: Prof. Dr. Osman TITREK Asst. Prof. Dr. Agniezska ZEMBRZUSKA Res. Assist. Gozde SEZEN-GULTEKIN
ISBN: 6056649539
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Teacher Proof

Author: Tom Bennett
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1135040273
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‘Tom Bennett is the voice of the modern teacher.’ - Stephen Drew, Senior Vice-Principal, Passmores Academy, UK, featured on Channel 4’s Educating Essex Do the findings from educational science ever really improve the day-to-day practice of classroom teachers? Education is awash with theories about how pupils best learn and teachers best teach, most often propped up with the inevitable research that ‘proves’ the case in point. But what can teachers do to find the proof within the pudding, and how can this actually help them on wet Wednesday afternoon?. Drawing from a wide range of recent and popular education theories and strategies, Tom Bennett highlights how much of what we think we know in schools hasn’t been ‘proven’ in any meaningful sense at all. He inspires teachers to decide for themselves what good and bad education really is, empowering them as professionals and raising their confidence in the classroom and the staffroom alike. Readers are encouraged to question and reflect on issues such as: the most common ideas in modern education and where these ideas were born the crisis in research right now how research is commissioned and used by the people who make policy in the UK and beyond the provenance of education research: who instigates it, who writes it, and how to spot when a claim is based on evidence and when it isn’t the different way that data can be analysed what happens to the research conclusions once they escape the laboratory. Controversial, erudite and yet unremittingly entertaining, Tom includes practical suggestions for the classroom throughout. This book will be an ally to every teacher who’s been handed an instruction on a platter and been told, ‘the research proves it.’

New Perspectives On Teaching And Learning Modern Languages

Author: Simon Green
Editor: Multilingual Matters Limited
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This book, featuring chapters from the foremost practitioners in the field of modern languages, closely examines research-based analysis, structural contexts and classroom practice in teaching and learning. It provides much needed fresh thinking on methodology and pedagogy.

Emotional Intelligence

Author: Ralf Schulze
Editor: New York ; Toronto : Hogrefe & Huber
ISBN:
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The concept of Emotional Intelligence (EI) - the ability to perceive, express, understand, and regulate emotions - is still the subject of scientific debate despite its intuitive appeal and widespread popular interest in areas such as human resources, education, and organizational psychology. This book brings together leading experts from around the world to present their perspectives on the current status of EI. It covers theories of EI and assessment approaches in depth, as well as theoretical concepts and research findings on the antecedents and consequences of EI in occupational, educational, and clinical settings. The contributions provide an overview of the empirical evidence that supports (as well as contradicts) many common assumptions about EI and its relation to other forms of intelligence. The book thus reflects the diverse approaches to finding solutions for the still unresolved conceptual and empirical problems, and offers a critical appraisal of the current status of EI.

Writing The Modern Research Paper

Author: Robert Dees
Editor: Allyn & Bacon
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Writing the Modern Research Paper is both a practical and contemporary guide to planning, researching, writing, and documenting research papers. Designed as a complete reference, this book offers a step-by-step guide to the research process. Original and realistic examples throughout show various approaches to the methods of planning and researching. Both informative and argumentative purposes for doing research are covered. This contemporary book offers full coverage of computer research technologies, and extensive attention to the prewriting and planning stages of the assignment. There is also unparalleled coverage of the major disciplinary documentation forms (MLA, APA, CBE, and Chicago). The book also features examples from modern research sources (Citation Indexes, the Internet) not covered in other books. For anyone who writes research papers.

Dissertation Abstracts International

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The Metacognitive Student

Author: Richard K. Cohen
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ISBN: 9781951075040
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"Stress and anxiety run rampant through modern schools, with both teachers and students dealing with seemingly unmanageable volumes of both daily. A common solution many school districts have tried is to introduce social-emotional learning (SEL) as part of school curricula, which has proven to help with stress and anxiety levels. However, SEL is challenging for teachers to implement effectively, often adding more stress to overwhelmed students and teachers than it takes away. Teachers need a way to practice and teach SEL simultaneously with academic content in order to achieve balance. To address this need, authors Richard K. Cohen, Deanne Kildare Opatosky, James Savage, Susan Olsen Stevens, and Edward P. Darrah developed a simple, flexible strategy teachers and students can utilize as part of any academic content area and any grade level. The Metacognitive Student: How to Teach Academic, Social, and Emotional Intelligence in Every Content Area explains how teachers can learn and use with students a metacognitive approach the authors call structured SELf-questioning. With this strategy, students and teachers learn how to stop and think about their thinking (metacognition) and weave critical-thinking and problem-solving skills into everyday learning to increase self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, and responsible decision making. Through a metacognitive approach utilizing SELf-questioning, stress and anxiety lose their hold on classrooms so that effective education can thrive"--

The Personality Factor As Applied To The Music Teacher

Author: Mary Ann Lilly
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Emotional Intelligence

Author: Gill Hasson
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0857085468
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From the author of the bestselling Mindfulness: Be Mindful. Live in the Moment. Emotional Intelligence is fast becoming the skill to master that will unlock your true potential. You’ve probably noticed that it’s not the smartest people that are the most successful or the most fulfilled in life; being clever, talented or skilled is not enough. It’s your ability to manage your feelings, other people and your interactions with them that makes the difference. We’re all born with this ability - emotional intelligence is a skill and we all have the capacity to develop this skill. This book will show you how. It will change the way you think about emotions. Instead of thinking of emotions as being positive or negative, you will learn that all emotions have a positive intent – all emotions have our best interests in mind. Improve your emotional intelligence and you improve your ability to understand and manage emotions. You can think clearly and creatively, manage stress and challenges, communicate well with others and display trust, empathy and confidence. You will be in a better position to handle situations, events and other people that in the past you’ve found difficult or stressful. Emotional Intelligence will show you how to heighten your EQ and improve your personal and work life, including how to • be more assertive and confident • express how you feel, what you want and don’t want. • understand what others are feeling and forge stronger relationships • manage office politics and navigate the social complexities of the workplace • manage anxiety, anger and disappointment • deal with bullying • motivate and inspire others

Principles Of Trade And Industrial Teaching

Author: Robert Washington Selvidge
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Guide To Indian Periodical Literature

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American Book Publishing Record

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Problems Of Teacher Education In Rolling Changes Of Educational System All Over The World

Author: Elżbieta Putkiewicz
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Readings On Reading Instruction

Author: Albert Josiah Harris
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How To Teach Now

Author: William Powell
Editor: ASCD
ISBN: 1416612041
File Size: 54,27 MB
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Learn the five things every teacher can do to design and deliver effective instruction for the culturally, linguistically, and academically diverse 21st century classroom.