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Emotional Intelligence in Children

Emotional Intelligence in Children

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49 thoughts on “Emotional Intelligence in Children”

  1. Fantastic topic for everyone I must say. It was beautifully put together to project the need for emotional balance for children and their caregivers/ educators. As a child and adolescents psychotherapist and a child care giver , I had value been part of this intelligent association of great minds. Thank you Mrs Helen….

  2. Thank you very much once again. I have really learnt a lots as an individual how to handle adults as well with this knowledge.
    God bless you real goodπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸŒŸπŸŒŸπŸŒŸπŸŒŸβœ…βœ…βœ…πŸ’―πŸ’―

  3. Emotional intelligence is a course for everyone the stress of life and even the situation of our country has turned many into being violence out and inside our home every one need to learn how to deal with problems and stress with this course violence especially in marriage can be reduced .thank you so much ma’am may the good Lord continue to strengthen you and give you more grace to excel

  4. This is a wonderful course, I’ve learnt so much, check out managing of other’s emotions, one really need to readjust one’s emotions no matter the situation in other to really maintain balance.
    Thank you so much ma’am.
    You’re the best

  5. Well done Mrs Helen. An awesome topic which can not be over looked not only as a child care provider but as a human in general. This is really a master piece. Emotional intelligence should be the first guide line for every child care professional and teachers. Thank you

  6. There is always something new to learn, unlearn and relearn in your training ma. The new one I learnt from the training is that if one has emotional intelligence he or she will meet the emotional needs of other adults she relate with and knows a better way to relate with children under her care. Thank you Mrs Helen Uzoka.

  7. Yes, I can now really understand the message of emotional intelligence with keen observation. Identifying other people’s ermotions, managing them and motivating them are key points to a better relationships. Also, with a keen observation to children under one’s care helps to understand their different moods thereby building a positive relationship with them and achieving a good outcome out of their lives.

  8. Thank you so much for these course Mrs Helen. I have really learnt alot. I have also seen that emotional intelligence must first start with me as an educator, before teaching it to my learners. I must be emotionally balanced to care for children who future is in my hands.

    Once again, i say thank you ma. My hands on deck now.

  9. Great topic. I liked the topic and it’s important that children must be taught from young age on.how to handle issues of life because the journey of life is not smooth. I liked the aspect of observation and that teacher can be referred to as photographer that takes pictures of happenings in the class and also draw up observation list of each child and can also give correct assessment of the child.

  10. Thank you ma for this lesson.
    With this there will be a change in the learning atmosphere which will encourage the Learner to build more trust towards his or her teacher with the knowledge that the teacher understands him/her.

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