Titel: The Educator's Guide to Emotional Intelligence and Academic Achievement: Social-Emotional Learning in the Classroom
Herausgegeben von Maurice J. Elias, Harriett A. Arnold
CORWIN PR INC
Januar 2006 - gebunden - 273 Seiten
Tap the power of emotional intelligence and watch school-wide achievement soar!
`Bringing all this information together in one spot is quite a contribution... There isn't too much research or theory here, but lots of emphasis on 'What can I do on Monday?'
-David A. Squires, Associate Professor, Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven
`I highlighted at least two dozen specific ideas that I will implement in my classroom next year.'
-Steve Reifman, Teacher, Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District, CA
`Relevant and meaningful for today's educators.'
-Beverly Eidmann, Principal, Arvada Middle School, CO
`Useful, unique (not a crowded field at all!), practical, clearly written.'
-Robert DiGiulio, Professor of Education, Johnson State College
This comprehensive guide to emotional intelligence (EI) is a state-of-the-art collection of proven best practices from the field's best and brightest minds. Edited by educational leaders Maurice Elias and Harriett Arnold, this guide creates a new gold standard for bringing social-emotional learning into every classroom, with chapters by Daniel Goleman, Rachel Kessler, Marty Sleeper and Margot Strom, Janet Patti, Eliot Rosenbloom, Pam Robbins, Mark Greenberg, Sheldon Berman, Susan Wooley, Rose Reissman, Carol Cummings, and many others.
Key features cover:
Theory and context for EI, including brain development, multiple intelligences, service and citizenship, school-to-work, and health
Teacher preparation and professional development
17 best-practice programs in action, relevant to grades PreK-12
An Application/Reflection Guide for note-taking, follow-up, contacts, and ideas for immediate implementation
This book is sure to be an essential resource for all teachers, counselors, and school administrators who want their school communities to educate healthier, more responsible, and more successful students.
About the Editors
About the Contributors
Introduction: About This Book
Part I: THE FUNDAMENTAL CONNECTION OF SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL LEARNING/EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE, ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE, AND THE PROCESS OF LEARNING
1. The Connection Between Academic and Social-Emotional Learning - Maurice J. Elias
2. Brain Development and Social-Emotional Learning: An Introduction for Educators - Carol A. Kusche & Mark T. Greenberg
3. Multiple Intelligences and Emotional Intelligence: Finding Common Ground in the Classroom - Thomas Hatch & Mindy L. Kornhaber
Part II: HOW SEL/EI CREATES SYNERGY IN KEY CONTEXTS IN EDUCATION: SERVICE AND CITIZENSHIP, SCHOOL-TO-WORK, HEALTH, TEACHER PREPARATION, AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
4. The Connection Between Character, Service, and Social-Emotional Learning: - Sheldon Berman & Mary Hansberry McCarthy
5. From School to Work: Social and Emotional Learning as the Vital Connection - Cary Cherniss & Daniel Goleman
6. Physical Health, Social-Emotional Skills, and Academic Success are Inseparable - Susan F. Wooley & Marcia A. Rubin
7. Addressing Social-Emotional Education in Teacher Education - Janet Patti
8. Raising Your New Teacher's Emotional Intelligence: How Using Social-Emotional Competencies Can Make Your First Year of Teaching Less Stressful and More Successful - Rose Reissman
9.The Professional Inquiry Kit: One Avenue for Exploring, Enhancing, and Applying Emotional Intelligence in Schools - Pam Robbins
Part III: EDUCATORS TELL THEIR STORIES: HOW TO BRING SEL/EI INTO CLASSROOMS
10. I Can Problem Solve: An Interpersonal Cognitive Problem-Solving Approach for Children - Myrna B. Shure
11. Teaching Preschool Children Coping Skills for Stress Management - Gloria S. Elder & Jennie C. Trotter
12. Morning Meeting: Teaching the Art of Caring Conversation - Roxann Kriete
13. Raising Healthy Children: School Intervention Strategies to Develop Prosocial Behaviors - Kevin Haggerty & Carol Cummings
14. Social Decision Making/Social Problem Solving: A Theoretically Sound, Evidence-Based Framework for SEL in the Classroom - Linda Bruene Butler & Victoria Poedubicky
15. Inside Open Circle - Beverly J. Koteff & Pamela Seigle
16. Teaching Emotional Literacy in Elementary School Classrooms: The PATHS Curriculum - Carol A. Kusche & Mark T. Greenberg
17. The Second-Step Program: Social-Emotional Skills for Violence Prevention - Joan Cole Duffell, Kathy Beland, and Karin Frey
18. Fostering Caring, Character, and Responsibility in Schools - Susan Carroll Keister
19. Teaching Life Skills in the Schools - Steven J. Danish & Tanya Forneris
20. Read and Serve: Student-Centered Service Learning and Literacy - Rose Reissman
21. Heroes to the Rescue: Reaching the Roots of Learning - Eliot Rosenbloom & Ann Medlock
22. The "Best Practices in Prevention" Curriculum: Foundational Life Skills for General and Special Education - Ellen Dietz, Joanne Glancy, & Mike Dobbins
23. Teenage Health Teaching Modules: Social-Emotional Learning in the Context of Health Education - Christine Blaber
24. Facing History and Ourselves - Martin E. Sleeper & Margot Stern Strom
25. The "Senior Passage" Course - Rachael Kessler
Dr. Harriet Brown Arnold is a veteran educator who has served as elementary school teacher, middle school administrator, elementary school principal, director of personnel and staff development, and international consultant to schools. A graduate of San Francisco State University with a B.A. in Social Welfare, she received her Masters in Education at California State University, San Jose and her Doctorate with an emphasis in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of San Francisco. Her professional development projects have included training for the Ministry of Education in the Bahamas and coordinating the Sequoia Beginning Teacher Program.
"Offers a comprehensive overview of social-emotional learning and its impact on student achievement. Takes a more qualitative perspective, exploring the intangibles of classroom instruction with the underlying premise that students cannot learn best if social and emotional aspects of their thinking are ignored."