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Legal Education And The Threat Response, Jane Mitchell Jun 2024

Legal Education And The Threat Response, Jane Mitchell

The Journal of Law Teaching and Learning

Law students struggle with disproportionately high rates of depression, anxiety, addiction, and disconnection. This paper offers a novel explanation for these negative outcomes that thus far has been absent from conversations on the subject: Law schools fuel students’ sense of threat. According to psychology’s well-established cognitive appraisal model, students “appraise” stressful situations as either challenging or threatening. Educational environments appraised as threatening consistently lead to negative outcomes—lower student performance, decreased student engagement, and increased anxiety. Situations appraised as challenging lead to positive outcomes—improved academic performance, increased participation, and better overall health.

Law schools facilitate students’ threat response rather than a …


Emotion Regulation Strategies And Perceived Emotional Intelligence: The Effect Of Age., Iwanna Sepiadou May 2024

Emotion Regulation Strategies And Perceived Emotional Intelligence: The Effect Of Age., Iwanna Sepiadou

Adultspan Journal

The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between perceived emotional intelligence and the reported use of cognitive reappraisal and expressive suppression. We also investigated the possible effects of age on the aforementioned variables. The total sample consisted of 379 people (158 men, 220 women, 1 unreported). Across participants, 273 were young (20-39 years old) and 106 were middle-aged (40-65 years old). We found statistically significant positive correlations between the dimensions of perceived emotional intelligence and the reported use of cognitive reappraisal and negative primarily correlations between the dimensions of perceived emotional intelligence and the reported use of …


Games To Grades: Evaluation Of Psychological Capital, Emotional Intelligence, And Virtual Team Performance Among Project Teams, Ryan Will, Brent J. Goertzen, Magdalene Moy Apr 2024

Games To Grades: Evaluation Of Psychological Capital, Emotional Intelligence, And Virtual Team Performance Among Project Teams, Ryan Will, Brent J. Goertzen, Magdalene Moy

SACAD: John Heinrichs Scholarly and Creative Activity Days

Group projects are frequently used in higher education courses to facilitate collaboration; however, group effectiveness can vary greatly, resulting in individual stress and poor academic performance. To alleviate this, some instructors utilize peer evaluation. While instructors are well intentioned these rubrics rarely, if ever, are grounded in the constructs of collaboration that they wish to foster. This research poster reports on an ongoing project to develop a self and peer evaluation grounded in psychological capital and emotional intelligence, the EQ-PSY Evaluation. These constructs were selected based on their dimensions for individual and social capacities to capture effective teamwork.

This poster …


Music Education’S Contribution To The Development Of Ei In Adolescents And Its Effect On The Gender Variable, Ana-María Botella-Nicolás, Inmaculada Retamero-García Jan 2024

Music Education’S Contribution To The Development Of Ei In Adolescents And Its Effect On The Gender Variable, Ana-María Botella-Nicolás, Inmaculada Retamero-García

Revista Española de Pedagogía

No abstract provided.


Weakness Is The New Strength: How Vulnerability Makes Leaders Stronger, Scott Dick Dec 2023

Weakness Is The New Strength: How Vulnerability Makes Leaders Stronger, Scott Dick

Transform

Weakness is the new strength: How vulnerability makes leaders stronger is the result from the meta-analysis of five phenomenological studies designed to generate a theory that explains how exemplar leaders from five different fields used “soft-skills” and four domains of behavior to create mutual shared knowledge, resolve conflict and transform relationships to produce breakthrough results. The four domains of behavior are communication, collaboration, ethics, and emotional intelligence. The sample was composed of 75 exemplar leaders from five different professional fields and included an analysis of over 1,300 pages of interview transcripts as the main data source for the study. The …


Emotional Intelligence And Its Relationship To Stress Coping Styles Among Palestinian University Students. الذكاء الانفعالي وعلاقته بأساليب مواجهة الضغوط لدى طلبة الجامعات الفلسطينية, Tawfiq Muhammad Shabeer Dec 2023

Emotional Intelligence And Its Relationship To Stress Coping Styles Among Palestinian University Students. الذكاء الانفعالي وعلاقته بأساليب مواجهة الضغوط لدى طلبة الجامعات الفلسطينية, Tawfiq Muhammad Shabeer

Association of Arab Universities Journal for Education and Psychology

The study aimed to demonstrate the level of emotional intelligence and its relationship to the methods of coping with stress among Palestinian university students in Gaza. The researchers used the descriptive analytical approach. The study sample included (381) students. The emotional intelligence questionnaire prepared by the researchers was used, and the methods of coping with psychological stress were used by Carver and his colleagues, Carver et al. al, as it was applied and codified on the Palestinian environment to be suitable for application. The research reached the following results: the level of emotional intelligence came with a relative weight (65.672), …


The Effects Of Emotional Intelligence On Students’ Foreign Language Speaking: A Narrative Exploration In China’S Universities, Chenyang Zhang Dec 2023

The Effects Of Emotional Intelligence On Students’ Foreign Language Speaking: A Narrative Exploration In China’S Universities, Chenyang Zhang

The Qualitative Report

In countries where people see English as a foreign language (EFL), English is merely used in public communication and EFL learners usually experience emotional issues like speaking anxiety and reflect a lower level of emotional intelligence (EI). Although previous studies have found a positive correlation between EI and EFL speaking, few studies explain how EI affects learners’ EFL speaking in terms of their contextual influence. This study aims to explore the effects of EI on English speaking in the context of China’s universities. Data was collected through semi-structured interviews with two participants and was analysed through thematic narrative analysis. Findings …


Teaching To Develop Perspective, Skills, Confidence, And Identity As Problem-Solving Engineers, Russell Kirk Pirlo Sep 2023

Teaching To Develop Perspective, Skills, Confidence, And Identity As Problem-Solving Engineers, Russell Kirk Pirlo

Research and Reflection on Learning and Teaching in Higher Education

The “core” of an engineering degree program typically comprises the concepts, equations, and technical skills needed, as well as their practical application to common problems of the profession. This core is then divided into the “content” that must be covered in each course. It is widely recognized, however, that successful individuals do not thrive as professionals on content alone. Thus, there is significant and increasing emphasis across higher education to “educate the whole person.” These efforts aim to develop “deep” qualities like grit, critical thinking, perseverance, learning from failure, valuing diversity, teamwork, leadership, curiosity, recognizing opportunity, creating value, and acting …


Evaluating The Impact Of Brief Electronic Professional Development On Emotional Intelligence And Burnout Among In-Service Educators, Michelle Fast, Steve Mccallum, Gini Mcclurg, Jiaju Wu Jun 2023

Evaluating The Impact Of Brief Electronic Professional Development On Emotional Intelligence And Burnout Among In-Service Educators, Michelle Fast, Steve Mccallum, Gini Mcclurg, Jiaju Wu

Kentucky Teacher Education Journal: The Journal of the Teacher Education Division of the Kentucky Council for Exceptional Children

To evaluate the impact of an intervention to improve emotional intelligence (EI) and reduce burnout in educators, 48 in-service educators were randomly assigned to a control or experimental group and administered the Scales of Emotional Functioning: Educators (SEF:ED; McCallum et al., 2019) and the Maslach Burnout Inventory – Educators Survey (Maslach et al., 2016) before and after intervention. The control group served as a waiting control and completed these instruments again after receiving the intervention. No statistically significant interaction effects from pre to post-test occurred for the SEF: ED Total EI score. A significant main effect did occur between the …


الرفاهية النفسية وعلاقتها بالذكاء الانفعالي والتفاؤل. (دراسة ميدانية لدى عينة من طلبة كلية التربية في جامعة دمشق). Psychological Well-Being And Its Relationship To Emotional Intelligence And Optimism. (A Field Study For A Sample Of Students Of The Faculty Of Education At The University Of Damascus)., فتون خرنوب Apr 2022

الرفاهية النفسية وعلاقتها بالذكاء الانفعالي والتفاؤل. (دراسة ميدانية لدى عينة من طلبة كلية التربية في جامعة دمشق). Psychological Well-Being And Its Relationship To Emotional Intelligence And Optimism. (A Field Study For A Sample Of Students Of The Faculty Of Education At The University Of Damascus)., فتون خرنوب

Association of Arab Universities Journal for Education and Psychology

هدف البحث إلى تعرف طبيعة العلاقة بين الرفاهية النفسية، والذكاء الانفعالي، والتفاؤل، وتحديد مساهمة كل من الذكاء الانفعالي، والتفاؤل في التنبؤ بالرفاهية النفسية من جهة، وتحديد الفروق بين الجنسين في الرفاهية النفسية، والذكاء الانفعالي، والتفاؤل من جهة أخرى لدى طلبة الجامعة. وتكونت العينة من (147) طالبة من طلبة قسم الإرشاد النفسي في كلية التربية بجامعة دمشق، منهم (۳۰) طالبة، و(۱۱۷) طالبة.

استخدم في هذا البحث مقياس الرفاهية النفسية لرايف (۱۹۸۹) ترجمة وإعداد الباحثة، ومقياس الذكاء الانفعالي متعدد العوامل لماير وآخرين (۱۹۹۷) ترجمة، وإعداد الباحثة، والقائمة العربية للتفاؤل، والتشاؤم لأحمد عبد الخالق (۱۹۹۹).

وباستخدام معامل الارتباط، …


Simple And Multiple Correlations Between Emotional Intelligence And General Health In Personnel Of Physical Education Offices, Farzad Maleki, Parvaneh Shafie Nia, Abdolhamid Habibi, Esmael Saemi Mar 2022

Simple And Multiple Correlations Between Emotional Intelligence And General Health In Personnel Of Physical Education Offices, Farzad Maleki, Parvaneh Shafie Nia, Abdolhamid Habibi, Esmael Saemi

Baltic Journal of Health and Physical Activity

Background: The purpose of this study was to survey simple and multiple correlations between emotional intelligence and general health in personnel of physical education offices. Material/Methods: The descriptive survey research was adopted for the study. A total of 134 employees completed Schutte and Goldberg and Hiler questionnaires. The emotional intelligence questionnaire includes three subscales: Emotional Appraisal, Emotional Regulation and Utilization of Emotion. The general health questionnaire includes physical complaints, anxiety, social performance disorders and depression. Data was analyzed through Pearson correlation, Stepwise regression, One Way Analysis of Variance and the independent t-test (p ≤ 0/05). Results: The results showed that …


أثر الأنشطة السمعية والبصرية في تنمية الذكاء العاطفي لدى عينة من أطفال الروضة في محافظة طرطوس. The Effect Of Audio-Visual Activities On Developing Emotional Intelligence Among A Sample Of Kindergarten Children In Tartous Governorate, يوسف شاهين Feb 2022

أثر الأنشطة السمعية والبصرية في تنمية الذكاء العاطفي لدى عينة من أطفال الروضة في محافظة طرطوس. The Effect Of Audio-Visual Activities On Developing Emotional Intelligence Among A Sample Of Kindergarten Children In Tartous Governorate, يوسف شاهين

Association of Arab Universities Journal for Education and Psychology

هدف البحث إلى تعرف أثر الأنشطة السمعية والبصرية في تنمية الذكاء العاطفي لدى عينة من أطفال الروضة في محافظة طرطوس، ودلالة الفروق الإحصائية بين درجات أطفال الروضة في اختبار الذكاء العاطفي وفق متغيري البحث: (الجنس، التعلُّم بالأنشطة السمعية والبصرية)، وتكونت عينة البحث من (44) طفلاً وطفلة من أطفال الفئة الثالثة في روضة طفولتي السعيدة بمحافظة طرطوس؛ موزعة على مجموعتين: مجموعة ضابطة؛ وتضمّ (22) طفلاً وطفلة، ومجموعة تجريبية؛ وتضمّ (22) طفلاً وطفلة، وقام الباحث بتصميم الأنشطة السمعية والبصرية، وتطبيق اختبار الذكاء العاطفي وخلص البحث إلى النتائج الآتية: عدم وجود فروق ذات دلالة إحصائية بين متوسط درجات أطفال المجموعة الضابطة والمجموعة التجريبية …


The Relationship Of Students' Prior Knowledge And Emotional Intelligence To Mathematical Connection Ability, Muhammad Daut Siagian, Suwanto Suwanto, Rosliana Siregar Dec 2021

The Relationship Of Students' Prior Knowledge And Emotional Intelligence To Mathematical Connection Ability, Muhammad Daut Siagian, Suwanto Suwanto, Rosliana Siregar

Jurnal Riset Pendidikan Matematika

Students should have a good mathematical connection ability to support their learning success. Many factors affect the mathematical connection ability, in­cluding prior knowledge and emotional intelligence. This study aimed to des­cribe the simultaneous and partial effect of students' prior knowledge and emo­tional intelligence on mathematical connection ability. This study involved 34 ninth graders of one of the public junior high schools in Lembang Regency, Indonesia, as the sample. The data was collected using a test consisting of a prior knowledge test and a mathematical connection ability test on the circle topic, and a questionnaire to measure students' emotional intelligence. We …


Leadership, Anthony Pearson-Shaver, Evan Layton Feb 2021

Leadership, Anthony Pearson-Shaver, Evan Layton

HCA Healthcare Journal of Medicine

Though they become responsible for leading teams and supervising more junior learners early in their career, physicians receive little formal leadership training. The “see one, do one, teach one” approach to behavioral modeling and mentorship does not serve the modern young physician well. The complex nature of modern healthcare demands that physicians learn to work within the teams they will often come to lead. Within these teams, members often look to physicians to fill leadership roles. This review will examine effective leadership as defined by the business community, review attempts to incorporate leadership training into graduate medical education programs and …


Efficacy Of A Program Based On Goleman's Theory Of Emotional Intelligence In Improving Self-Assertiveness Skills And Self-Efficacy Among Students With Behavior Disorders, أسماء علي العقيل, Dr. Jamil Samadi Jul 2020

Efficacy Of A Program Based On Goleman's Theory Of Emotional Intelligence In Improving Self-Assertiveness Skills And Self-Efficacy Among Students With Behavior Disorders, أسماء علي العقيل, Dr. Jamil Samadi

Jordanian Educational Journal

This study aimed at revealing the efficacy of a program based on Goleman's theory of emotional intelligence in improving self-assertiveness skills and self-efficacy among students with behavior disorders. The researchers followed the semi-experimental approach through this study using the self- assertiveness and self -efficacy scale and a training program. The sample of the study consists of (30) individuals from eighth, ninth and tenth-grade students. The students were selected based on non-probability sampling method and distributed in two equal experimental and control groups. The results of the study showed that there were differences in two domains: social interaction, trust, and independence …


Speedball, Jeffrey Pflaum Apr 2020

Speedball, Jeffrey Pflaum

New Jersey English Journal

The poem and photographs describe a scene where a teacher goes to the cafeteria to pick up his class. As he comes to their table, the teacher encounters a fight between two boys. After getting the situation under control, and settling down the children, they head back to the room. The teacher calms himself down when a second fight breaks out. He decides to let the boys fight and takes the class out of the room, "freezing" the boys." At the end he "holds on" to his desk to gain control of himself and return to the present moment.


Reflecting On Emotions During Teaching: Developing Affective-Reflective Skills In Novice Teachers Using A Novel Critical Moment Protocol, James Bleakley, Geoff Woolcott, Tony Yeigh, Robert Whannell Jan 2020

Reflecting On Emotions During Teaching: Developing Affective-Reflective Skills In Novice Teachers Using A Novel Critical Moment Protocol, James Bleakley, Geoff Woolcott, Tony Yeigh, Robert Whannell

Australian Journal of Teacher Education

Affective-reflective skills are an integral component of classroom pedagogy, providing teachers with emotional understandings and confidence that can improve overall classroom performance. This article presents a case study of early career primary school teachers, showing how such affective-reflective skills can be developed through iterations of a purpose-designed collaborative protocol. Use of this novel protocol allowed teachers to examine their classroom practices via critical moment analysis of affective responses observed from lesson videos. Findings demonstrate how teachers’ use of this non-judgmental and self-evaluative protocol contributed to an emerging understanding of the relationship between their affective-reflective skills and teaching confidence. Findings support …


Emotional Intelligence And Its Effect On Performance Outcomes In A Leadership Development School, Brian W. Lebeck, Nicolais R. Chighizola Jul 2018

Emotional Intelligence And Its Effect On Performance Outcomes In A Leadership Development School, Brian W. Lebeck, Nicolais R. Chighizola

The Journal of Values-Based Leadership

Emotional Intelligence (EI) and its impact on performance is of paramount importance to both the corporate world and military in the realm of leadership development. The purpose of this study was to understand how specific EI skills and behaviors are exhibited by high performing graduates of an in-residence Professional Military Education school, which primarily focuses on leadership development and effectiveness. The sample consisted of 621 military officers taking part in an in-residence professional military education course. EI was measured using the Emotional Skills Assessment self-report instrument. Findings suggested that certain dimensions of EI (commitment ethic, empathy, leadership, and aggression) can …


Are Leader Behavior And Emotional Intelligence Related To Teacher Efficacy?, Edward E. Leonard, Wanda Maulding Green Jul 2018

Are Leader Behavior And Emotional Intelligence Related To Teacher Efficacy?, Edward E. Leonard, Wanda Maulding Green

The Journal of Values-Based Leadership

There is general agreement and the research supports the contention that school leadership is related to student learning/achievement (Hallinger & Heck, 1996; Ross & Gray, 2006; Francera & Bliss, 2011; Shatzer, Caldarella, Hallam, & Brown, 2014). However, the nature and strength of that relationship is still uncertain. Identifying the effects, whether direct or indirect, leaders have on student learning/achievement is imperative to the further development of school leadership theory. Direct leader effects on student achievement/learning may be identified at some point. However, given that a leader impacts many factors related to student achievement/learning indirectly, the identification of indirect leader effects …


Increasing Emotional Intelligence In Online Rn-Bsn Students: Is It Possible?, Karie Stamer Feb 2018

Increasing Emotional Intelligence In Online Rn-Bsn Students: Is It Possible?, Karie Stamer

Northwestern Review

Emotional intelligence (EI) is an essential component to nursing practice and research suggests it can be increased through targeted teaching strategies (Cherry, Fletcher & O’Sullivan, 2013; Freshwater & Stickley, 2004), yet no research has been done within the setting of online RN-BSN education. The purpose of this non-experimental pretest posttest pilot study utilizing retrospective data was to examine the impact EI education has on the EI levels of online RN-BSN students enrolled in a nursing program in the Midwest. The Trait Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire - Short Form (TEIQue-SF) was used as the pretest and posttest tool. The pretest was completed …


Authentic Leadership—Is It More Than Emotional Intelligence?, Phyllis Duncan, Mark Green, Esther Gergen, Wenonah Ecung Dec 2017

Authentic Leadership—Is It More Than Emotional Intelligence?, Phyllis Duncan, Mark Green, Esther Gergen, Wenonah Ecung

Administrative Issues Journal

One of the newest theories to gain widespread interest is authentic leadership. Part of the rationale for developing a model and subsequent instrument to measure authentic leadership was a concern that the more popular theory, the full range model of leadership and its instrument, the Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire (MLQ) (Bass & Avolio, 1985), did not sufficiently emphasize aspects of leader emotional intelligence (EI), such as self-awareness (Avolio & Gardner, 2005).

In its current configuration, the Authentic Leadership Questionnaire (ALQ) (Walumba, Avolio, Gardner, Wernsing & Peterson, 2008) measures four dimensions of leadership: relational transparency, internal moral perspective, balanced processing, and self-awareness. …


Emotional Literacy And Pedagogical Confidence In Pre-Service Science And Mathematics Teachers, Tony Yeigh, Geoff Woolcott, Jim Donnelly, Rob Whannell, Matthew Snow, Amanda Scott Jan 2016

Emotional Literacy And Pedagogical Confidence In Pre-Service Science And Mathematics Teachers, Tony Yeigh, Geoff Woolcott, Jim Donnelly, Rob Whannell, Matthew Snow, Amanda Scott

Australian Journal of Teacher Education

This report details the findings from initial research seeking to improve the pedagogical confidence of pre-service STEM teachers by encouraging emotional literacy in the form of affect awareness. The report discusses how affect was measured for the study, what the affect outcomes were and how these measures are conceptually related to improving confidence for the pre-service teachers (PSTs). Findings indicate enhanced emotional feedback enabled the PSTs to analyse, understand and make use of affect information to reflect on their teaching confidence overall. Ongoing research will need to address the issue of negative affect awareness in teacher training, and strategies for …


An Exploration Of Emotional Intelligence And Its Relationship To Higher Education Effective Leadership Practices Of Leaders In A Community College Environment Sep 2015

An Exploration Of Emotional Intelligence And Its Relationship To Higher Education Effective Leadership Practices Of Leaders In A Community College Environment

Journal of Applied Christian Leadership

"the results of the investigation provide new data that could advance post secondary educational leadership to improve institutional performance and provide information on whether Ei theory can be extended to the community college."


Emotional Intelligence, Diversity, And Group Performance: The Effect Of Team Composition On Executive Education Program Outcomes, Michael P. Lillis Oct 2013

Emotional Intelligence, Diversity, And Group Performance: The Effect Of Team Composition On Executive Education Program Outcomes, Michael P. Lillis

Journal of Executive Education

Group dynamics play a crucial role in group performance and effectiveness. The notion that people prefer to work with similar others in homogeneous groups is a common observation. Yet studies have revealed that homogeneity doesn’t necessarily translate into optimal group performance. In fact, research on group diversity has been fairly inconsistent; suggest the potential for some kind of underlying moderator variable. Using a sample of executive MBA students, this paper examines how group diversity and emotional intelligence are associated with group performance. We develop an integrative model that posits that the association between group heterogeneity and group performance becomes more …


Principals' Emotional Intelligence And Its Impact On Adequate Yearly Progress, Evelyn Henry, Warren Hope Mar 2013

Principals' Emotional Intelligence And Its Impact On Adequate Yearly Progress, Evelyn Henry, Warren Hope

Journal of Educational Leadership in Action

Colleges and universities prepare candidates with theory and leadership scenarios, enabling them to become leaders of successful schools. However, some principals do not lead their schools to success. Cognizant of this reality, it would be beneficial to know why principals with equivalent leadership training often experience different outcomes of school success based upon student academic achievement. The literature claims that emotional intelligence influences leadership in an organization. Indeed, some scholars assert that leaders who possess high levels of emotional intelligence have a greater effect on their organizations than their counterparts who have lower levels of emotional intelligence.

This research sought …


Faktor-Faktor Determinan Profesionalisme Guru Smk Bidang Keahlian Teknologi Informasi Dan Komunikasi, Athika Dwi Wiji Utami Dec 2012

Faktor-Faktor Determinan Profesionalisme Guru Smk Bidang Keahlian Teknologi Informasi Dan Komunikasi, Athika Dwi Wiji Utami

Jurnal Pendidikan Vokasi

Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui pengaruh langsung dan tidak langsung kecerdasan emosional, kepuasan kerja dan komitmen guru, secara simultan dan parsial terhadap profesionalisme guru produktif SMK bidang keahlian TIK di kota Yogyakarta. Sampel penelitian berjumlah 66 dari 79 guru yang tersebar di 14 SMK di wilayah kota Yogyakarta. Teknik sampling menggunakan proportionate random sampling. Teknik pengumpulan data penelitian menggunakan angket tertutup. Teknik analisis menggunakan analisis jalur. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa secara parsial, kecerdasan emosional guru secara signifikan berpengaruh langsung terhadap profesionalisme guru produktif SMK bidang keahlian TIK di kota Yogyakarta, dengan kontribusi sebesar 0,701 (faktor determinan). Selanjutnya, tidak ada pengaruh …


Differential Effectiveness Of Provocation, Brainstorming And Emotional Mastery In Fostering Emotional Intelligence (Eq) Among Nigerian Adolescents., Bola Ogunyemi Jul 2010

Differential Effectiveness Of Provocation, Brainstorming And Emotional Mastery In Fostering Emotional Intelligence (Eq) Among Nigerian Adolescents., Bola Ogunyemi

Academic Leadership: The Online Journal

While intelligent Quotient (IQ) has long been used as a predictor of student success, as the world enters the 21st century, research shows that Emotional intelligence (EI) is a better predictor of success than the more traditional measures of cognitive intelligence (Goleman, 1995). Emotional intelligence is defined as the ability to perceive emotions, to assist thought, to understand emotions and emotional knowledge, to reflectively regulate emotions, to promote emotional and intellectual growth (Mayer & Salovery 1997). McQueen (2004) suggests that EI is highly predictive of an individual’s general domains such as career performance.


Emotional Intelligence And Self – Esteem As Predictors For Success In Teaching Practice Exercise, Hassan Modupe, A. Ositoye Jul 2010

Emotional Intelligence And Self – Esteem As Predictors For Success In Teaching Practice Exercise, Hassan Modupe, A. Ositoye

Academic Leadership: The Online Journal

This paper examines how to develop positive self-concept and self-esteem promote at work-place. The bearing of positive self-concept and self-esteem cannot be over emphasizing in the existence of man because it summarizes the whole issue of his social identity. Also encompassed in it is the total expression of his sense of relevance in any organization he belongs to. It is important to note that his contributions to that industrial or organizations will depend majorly on his achievement of positive self-concept and self-esteem. In most establishments, though the significance of positive self-concept and self-esteem has been sub merged under the surge …


Distributed Leadership Influence On Professional Development Initiatives: Conversations With Eight Teachers, Jeffrey Pedersen, Stuart Yager, Robert Yager Jul 2010

Distributed Leadership Influence On Professional Development Initiatives: Conversations With Eight Teachers, Jeffrey Pedersen, Stuart Yager, Robert Yager

Academic Leadership: The Online Journal

Achieving the kind of balance that encourages all children to learn, work, and contribute to their fullest potential has been a continuing challenge as the world grows more complex and our communities enveloped with various challenges of socio-political and economic disintegration. With rapid changes in technology and global competition in all facets of human endeavour, it is more crucial than ever that adolescents are fully equipped to compete for knowledge and technology based jobs. When students are not well prepared for the challenges ahead most especially from the secondary school stage of education, the cost to individuals and the implication …


Can Children With Adhd Benefit From Instruction In Social And Emotional Intelligences?, Jeanne Moore Jan 2010

Can Children With Adhd Benefit From Instruction In Social And Emotional Intelligences?, Jeanne Moore

Academic Leadership: The Online Journal

Since their establishment, schools have played a central role in the socialization process of children. Children and youth of diverse backgrounds, socioeconomic status, and varying ability are brought together in large numbers on a daily basis. For many students, the hours they spend in school are the best hours of the day to develop behaviorally and academically. The schools are responsible for helping these individuals develop critical skills and essential life skills in order to live successful lives. The repertoire of abilities goes further than the slender band of word-and-number skills that schools traditionally focus on. By giving students the …