Article by Matthew Lynch. Published in The Edvocate (Sep 2, 2015).
Emotional intelligence is different from general or common intelligence. It's the ability of an individual to monitor their own emotions, to monitor the emotions of others, to understand the differences between them, and to use all of this information in order to guide their actions. This is about accurately understanding the emotions of oneself and others, as well as expressing emotions in a way that's accessible.
A high level of emotional intelligence is an essential aspect of learning. The ability to develop the skill... READ ON: Read the full article here.
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