7 Successful Strategies to Promote Emotional Intelligence in the Classroom

£14.95

Phase: 

  • All ages (4-18)
Code: 
182-10234

Before students can turn their attention to the prescribed curriculum, they must feel physically safe and emotionally secure. This book addresses the importance of emotional intelligence and provides a framework for ways to develop learners’ emotional intelligence including:
• Environment for learning
• Language of emotions
• Language of relationships
• Validating feelings
• Active engagement
• Thinking skills
• Empowering through feedback.

The book has practical strategies to integrate emotional intelligence components into the day-to-day curriculum to ensure learners are healthier, happier and more productive in their educational journey.

100 pages

Age: 5-16

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Postage is FREE for pre-paid orders 

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Order Value
(inc VAT)
P&P to UK
Under £25
£3.50
Between £25-£50
£5.00
Over £50
£8.75

£12.50 for next day delivery by 5pm if ordered by 12pm previous day

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