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Emotional Intelligence skills

for teachers and educators 

Educators must develop social-emotional intelligence skills for several reasons. First, it enhances their ability to connect with and understand students on a deeper level, fostering a more supportive and effective teaching environment. Second, it equips educators to model emotional regulation and interpersonal skills, which students then learn through observation. This positively impacts classroom behavior and relationships. Third, social-emotional intelligence helps educators recognize and address mental health issues, supporting the well-being of their students. Finally, it contributes to a more empathetic, inclusive, and emotionally healthy school community, laying the foundation for students’ long-term success and overall development. 

Daily activities:

Day 1: Introduction to Emotional Intelligence and Non-Formal Education 

Day 2: Self-Awareness and Self-Management 

Day 3: Empathy and Social Awareness

Day 4: Relationship Skills and Conflict Resolution

Day 5: Empowerment and Action Planning