Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ - Part Five: Chapter 16, Schooling the Emotions Summary & Analysis

Daniel Goleman
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Part Five: Chapter 16, Schooling the Emotions Summary and Analysis

A growing movement in education involves prevention courses, basically courses focused on preventing suicide, drug use and other problems by training children at critical stages how to recognize, read and respond to emotions. Such Self Science courses are moving from psychologists' research into the classroom slowly. The components of Self Science match the skills needed for emotional intelligence. The Self Science components are listed and defined in Appendix E.

Whether taught as a separate class or integrated into general studies, emotional intelligence skills have age-appropriate learning windows. For example: teaching a child anger management and impulse control before puberty can enable them to control their emotional extremes. Psychologists and educators agree that these skills make all the difference in helping all students reach their potential in life, as well as in...

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