Preface About the Author Part I: Is Emotional Intelligence Just One More Thing We Have to Teach? 1. Understanding Emotional Intelligence 2. Integrating Emotional Intelligence with Academic Skills 3. Teaching Emotional Intelligence Part II: Components of Emotional Intelligence 4. Awareness of Self and Others 5. Approval of Self and Others 6. Mastering Self-Responsibility 7. Finding Personal Meaning 8. Valuing Honesty and Ethics Part III: Incorporating Emotional Intelligence Into the Curriculum 9. EI Synthesis: Creating a Thematic Unit Around Emotional Intelligence Appendix: Pre-and Post-Training Assessment of Emotional Intelligence Afterword References Additional Resources
Gwen Doty, a twenty-year veteran in the field of education, conducts seminars throughout the country with the goal of inspiring teachers to connect with their students by integrating emotional and social components into academic lessons.
"Gwen Doty has written a practical, usable, and timely book on a subject that can have tremendous impact on student achievement. Well worth the reading!"-- Donna Walker Tileston, Ed.D.
"Timely and very relevant to classroom teachers and those training to be in the field."-- Anita Perry
"Doty's book is a useful, practical tool that raises a myriad of issues for those interested in exploring the relationship between emotional intelligence, empathy, pro-social behavior, and development."-- Contemporary Psychology APA Review of Books, February 2003