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Brain Hacking 402: Emotional Intelligence

Great information about teaching emotional intelligence. Not all kids come to school in control of themselves and need help with this. This provides an explanation behind certain actions and reactions.

Infographic: Emotional Intelligence, What It Means And Why It Is Important | BIZCATALYST 360°

MOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE is the ability to identify and manage your own emotions and the emotions of others. It is generally said to include 3 skills: Emotional awareness, including the ability to …

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Understanding Emotional Intelligence (Daniel Goldman) The 4 Key elements. Developing self awareness & empathy.

Kids who have self-awareness do a better job self-monitoring. That means your child is able keep track of what he’s doing (either in learning or socially) and figure out what’s working and what’s not working. Self-awareness also leads to self-reflection—thinking over things that happened in order to find ways to make things work better next time.

5 Factors of Emotional Intelligence - Kids who have self-awareness do a better job self-monitoring. Self-awareness also leads to self-reflection

Third grade is painting these fun jellyfish watercolor resists! I LOVE this Liquitex gloss Medium and Varnish!! It makes a great resist!

smART Class: April Showers and Jellyfish Watercolor Resist with gloss medium and salt resist

Water color crayon resist artwork, an Original watercolour painting by Kirsten Bailey, but could be adapted for a children's art activity.  Great for a fall wall hanging or spider picture for the fridge!

Maybe for Charlote's Web (?) Water color crayon resist artwork, an Original watercolour painting by Kirsten Bailey, but could be adapted for a children's art activity. Great for a fall wall hanging or spider picture for the fridge!