Kiitos@21stCenturyPreschools Newsletter 3 | Page 7

Emotional Intelligence Neil Manson This workshop focused on self-awareness and Next we completed a Johari Window worksheet. self-regulation activities to promote Emotional During the exercise there was a list of adjectives Intelligence. This session looked at different from which we needed to pick some that could strands of emotional intelligence and shared describe our own personality. some activities which can contribute to helping Next we talked about social-emotional learning children learning about emotions. First we saw foundations like self, social interaction and a n extract from the film Inside Out and made relationships. some revisions about Robert Plutchik emotional At the end of the workshop the trainer shared theory and the eight primary emotions: anger, some activities with the trainees: chart faces, fear, sadness, disgust, surprise, anticipation, puppets and an emotions clock. trust and joy. 7