Emotionally Intelligent Teaching | Shaun Killian

Students are emotionally driven beings. Thanks to ongoing psychological research, we now know a lot about how our emotions work. Emotionally intelligent teaching involves you using this insight in intelligent ways to improve the impact that you have on your students.
Emotionally Intelligent Teaching – Tip 1

One of the most potent findings regarding emotional intelligence is the presence of mirror neurons in our brain. Mirror neurons activate in our brain when we interact with another person. They enable us to feel what the other person feels, which explains why the emotions of others are…

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