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Inside Out Worksheet

Inside Out Worksheet

This art exercise from Six Seconds helps you reflect on a challenging situation and how you dealt with it – comparing the way you felt on the inside with what you were showing other people. Insightful and very helpful way to learn tools for navigating emotions.

Posted March 16, 2017 by in Life


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How to Help Diverse Students Find Common Ground

How to Help Diverse Students Find Common Ground

This article from the Greater Good Science Center offers advice on how to help diverse students find common ground by creating the optimal environment for inclusiveness.

Posted March 16, 2017 by in Education


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Crucial Leadership Competence

Crucial Leadership Competence

In this short video, Daniel Goleman talks about the importance of managing your emotions as a leader. Emotions are contagious, and the tone you set as a leader – of a team, family, classroom, etc. – makes a huge difference for performance.

Posted March 16, 2017 by in Life


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EQ for Parenting Teenagers

EQ for Parenting Teenagers

Everyone knows that the teenage years can be particularly challenging for parents. In this short video, Change Maker for Youth Sally Altrocchi talks about how you can use EQ for be a better parent of teenagers.

Posted March 16, 2017 by in Family


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New Vision for Education

New Vision for Education

This short video talks about the work of the New Vision for Education Project. Many of us recognize the need to refocus on the foundational, social and emotional skills that underlie success in the classroom and in life, and New Vision for Education takes a look at the role technology will play in that transformation.

Posted March 9, 2017 by in Education


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Mindfulness Meditation Linked to Stronger EQ Skills

Mindfulness Meditation Linked to Stronger EQ Skills

Research links mindfulness meditation to a number of EQ skills. How much do you need to meditate and what are the benefits? The answers are found in these slides – and they may surprise you 🙂

Posted March 9, 2017 by in Life


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What Is Engaging Intrinsic Motivation?

What Is Engaging Intrinsic Motivation?

In this video, Six Seconds Program Manager Yoshimi Miyazaki breaks down the components of intrinsic motivation. A great way to deepen your understanding of this competency.

Posted March 9, 2017 by in Life


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Q&A with Daniel Goleman on Social Emotional Learning

Q&A with Daniel Goleman on Social Emotional Learning

In this sit down with Edutopia, renowned author Daniel Goleman discusses how the research supports social emotional learning, and fascinating research linking cognitive control in children to a number of successful life outcomes.

Posted March 9, 2017 by in Education


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S.O.S. Conflict Resolution Steps

S.O.S. Conflict Resolution Steps

This worksheet from Teaching Tolerance looks at conflict managers’ steps to resolve a conflict. A great resource for educators or parents to use to help kids resolve conflicts in an emotionally intelligent way.

Posted March 2, 2017 by in Education , Family , Life


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Modern Technology and Mindfulness

Modern Technology and Mindfulness

Do you ever find yourself switching between multiple forms of media simultaneously, like checking emails, web browsing, and listening to music? I know I do. Research suggests that this switching, known as media multitasking, diminishes one’s ability focus. But further research shows that those effects can be reversed. These slides break down both studies.

Posted March 2, 2017 by in Life


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What Is Emotional Intelligence?

What Is Emotional Intelligence?

This neat video from HBR breaks down the basics of emotional intelligence.

Posted March 2, 2017 by in Life


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Reaction Cycle Worksheet

Reaction Cycle Worksheet

This worksheet uses the reaction cycle to look at the trigger, reaction and escalation of an event – and asks leading questions to help you look at what you could do differently the next time.

Posted March 2, 2017 by in Life


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