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How Teaching Emotional Intelligence Can Help Educate Future Black Leaders

A powerful tool for success that should be taught in classrooms today is emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence is defined as, “The capacity to be aware of, control, and express one’s emotions, and to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically”  is seen as the key to both personal and professional success. Why is emotional intelligence such an important…...

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5 Key Elements to Ensure Successful Social and Emotional Learning

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What Do Good Teachers Have in Common?

Teachers experience challenges that can be draining and frustrating on a daily basis. These range from students who won’t follow directions, to angry parents who want to argue with you right before class starts. To top it all off, principals add to the emotional load by only seeing what’s not working in the classroom. For…...

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Students can Establish Positive Emotional Skills with a Few Simple Strategies

By Angela Wills Numerous tools are available to help students maneuver and work effectively with concepts taught by instructors. There is also a variety of child-friendly strategies that work effectively to assist children when dealing with emotional scenarios. These strategies aim to help students develop personal and social habits. Emotional and social behavior varies widely among students, so it’s…

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You’ve Heard of IQ, What about EQ?

[fvplayer src=”https://s3.amazonaws.com/ybevideos/Zakia+Gates+on+2015-11-05+at+17.05+002+For+Internet+(1).mov”] Many of us have probably heard of IQ, but equally as important is emotional intelligence. Zakia Gates, an educator from Philadelphia, explains what emotional intelligence is and how it impacts student learning and success. Gates explains that schools and parents are equally responsible for ensuring that students develop emotional intelligence, and offers advice…...

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