Emotional Intelligence

Ability to notice our own emotions, perceive emotions of others, and manage emotions to achieve the life we want to live.

THE STUDENT’S EMOTIONAL STATE DETERMINES THEIR ABILITY TO LEARN

PLATO

Differentiated courses for parents, educators and students.

Self-concept
Self-esteem
Self-relationship and relationships with others
Emotional self-regulation
Motivation
Social skills

Elements of Emotional Intelligence

DESCRIPTION


Self-awareness


Understanding emotions


Knowing one’s strengths and limitations


Interpreting states


Consequences of emotions


INDICATORS


Self-confidence


Self-criticism and realism


Know effects of different emotions


Be aware of one’s needs


Know where you can get to/what is possible for you/ what you can achieve


DESCRIPTION


Being in control over your impulses


Think before acting


Being mentally open


Regulating states


Clear judgment


INDICATORS


Being open to change


Prudence when speaking


Integrity, coherence


Self-control


Tranquility


DESCRIPTION


Desire to win


Drive for achievement


Clarity of objectives


Specific goals


Getting joy from what one does


INDICATORS


Sense of humor


Persistence


Optimism


Ability to start over


Organized


DESCRIPTION


They perceive other people’s emotions


Ability to attune to others


Personalized treatment


They understand feelings


Engaged


INDICATORS


Open to relationships


Social and welcoming


Inciters


Ability to start over


Organized


DESCRIPTION


Ability to be connected and build relationship


Dialogue


Active listening


Establish social connections


Assertiveness


INDICATORS


Teamwork


Deal with conflicts


Ability to put oneself into other people’ shoes


Perceiving needs


Helping attitude