Emotional Intelligence in the Classroom
Creative Learning Strategies
for 11-18 Year Olds
This superb teaching resource aptly demonstrates how pupils can approach their work, and their future, with confidence, ambition, optimism and integrity. Providing practical strategies for integrating Emotional Intelligence across the curriculum, Emotional Intelligence in the Classroom reveals the power of emotion in learning. It explains the fundamentals of Emotional Intelligence (EI) and Emotional Quotient (EQ) and presents original research on the impact of EI on learning
A thoroughly practical work, containing numerous reproducible resources for the classroom teacher.
"A succinct and readable summary of what EI can offer. This book is a must for those who are serious about a multi-layered approach to learning"
Alistair Smith, author of Accelerated Learning-A User's Guide.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Michael Brearley is a former UK headmaster and is widely experienced in secondary education. He has a long-standing interest in engaging students more fully in their learning. Brearley's applied research at the University of East Anglia (UK) focused on teacher behaviour and how it impacted on students' learning; a later study examined the role of mediation and the work of Carl Rogers. His recent research into Emotional Intelligence has explored its practical application in the business and educational sectors, particularly its effect upon performance as a teacher and leader.
[ISBN: 9781899836659; 120 Pages]
[Author: Michael Brearley, Suitability: 11 - 18]