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The Motivation Iceberg

The Motivation Iceberg

This simple, clear model shows how different motivators drive different kinds of performance — and helps managers, leaders, parents, educators — anyone concerned with motivating others — consider how to use their emotional intelligence to fuel lasting motivation.

Posted April 19, 2017 by in Life


Engage Intrinsic Motivation
The Greatest: A Lesson in Optimism

The Greatest: A Lesson in Optimism

This funny, amazing video shows a kid exercising optimism as he practices baseball.

Posted April 19, 2017 by in Life


Exercise Optimism
SEL Lesson – Take Inventory of Your Feelings

SEL Lesson – Take Inventory of Your Feelings

The first step in being able to discuss our feelings is being able to identify them. This lesson will help students build a dictionary of feelings that they can use to help them discriminate between subtle emotional states.

Posted April 19, 2017 by in Education


SEL
Teaching Grit: How to Help Students Overcome Inner Obstacles

Teaching Grit: How to Help Students Overcome Inner Obstacles

Teaching grit effectively requires students to have both cognitive and emotional skills. This article from Edutopia provides research-based methods for doing both.

Posted April 19, 2017 by in Education


children SEL
The Power of Yet

The Power of Yet

In this TED talk, renowned researcher Carol Dweck talks about the tyranny of now and the power of yet in education.

Posted April 11, 2017 by in Education , Life


Exercise Optimism
Apply Consequential Thinking to Improve Decision Making

Apply Consequential Thinking to Improve Decision Making

In this article, Six Seconds contributor Dr. Granville D’Souza offers tips for making better, more informed decisions with consequential thinking.

Posted April 11, 2017 by in Life


Apply Consequential Thinking
It’s Not About The Nail

It’s Not About The Nail

“Don’t try to fix it. I just need you to listen.” This short video offers a humorous take on the importance of increasing empathy.

Posted April 11, 2017 by in Life


Increase Empathy
Does Your Classroom Cultivate Student Resilience?

Does Your Classroom Cultivate Student Resilience?

In this article from Edutopia, Dr. Marilyn Price-Mitchell shares five ways to cultivate resilience in the classroom.

Posted April 11, 2017 by in Education


children SEL
Neuroscience of Emotion in Learning

Neuroscience of Emotion in Learning

What role do emotions play in learning – and how can we use that knowledge to create better learning environments? This white paper and accompanying slides break down groundbreaking neuroscience research on the role of emotions in learning. A must read for educators, parents and anyone who wants to be a more effective learner or […]

Posted April 9, 2017 by in Life


Neuroscience
Brain Research, Healthy Classrooms and EQ

Brain Research, Healthy Classrooms and EQ

In this great article, EQ expert Barbara Fatum gives tips for how parents and educators can help children develop emotional intelligence.

Posted April 4, 2017 by in Education


Neuroscience SEL
The Importance of Trust

The Importance of Trust

In this short video, author, speaker and trust expert Lea Brovedani gives her definition of trust and talks about why it’s so essential for leaders.

Posted April 4, 2017 by in Business , Life


leadership… Trust
The Untapped SEL Tool: Conflict

The Untapped SEL Tool: Conflict

In this article from Edutopia, Kristin Stuart Valdez talks about how you can use disciplinary moments to practice social and emotional learning. https://www.edutopia.org/article/untapped-sel-tool-conflict-kristin-stuart-valdes

Posted April 4, 2017 by in Education


conflict SEL
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