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Bureau of Education

2016 Senior High school Mass Training of Teachers on Personal


Development, PE and Health
San Jose Ricoletos, Cebu City
May 27- June 2, 2016
PERFORMANCE STANDARD LEARNING COMPETENCIES

1. discuss that
Identify ways to
understanding the intensity
communicate and and differentiation of
manage emotions in a emotions may help in
communicating emotional
healthy manner expressions
2. explore ones positive
and negative emotions and
how one expresses or hides
them
3. demonstrate and create
ways to manage various
emotions
Goleman , Daniel.1995 Emotional
Intelligence. Bantam Books
BarOn Model of Social and Emotional
Intelligence (ESI)
www.eiconsortium.org/reprints/bar-
on_model_of_emotional-social_intelligence.
Mayer and Salovey
www.mtpinnacle.com/ppts/Emotional-
Intelligence
Howard Gardner
seven types of intelligence that include:
logical
linguistic
musical
spatial
kinaesthetic
intrapersonal
interpersonal

Intrapersonal intelligence - is the capacity to
manage ourselves through knowing and
understanding our feelings, wishes, needs, wants,
and purpose
interpersonal intelligence- involves the ability to be
sensitive to other peoples emotions and
psychological states, and enables us to choose
appropriate responses
2,000 years ago when Plato wrote, All
learning has an emotional base.
There is an intelligence based on emotion,
and people who have this capacity are less
depressed, healthier, more enjoyable, and
have better relationships
A form of social intelligence that involves
the ability to monitor ones own and others
feelings and emotions, to discriminate
among them, and to use this information to
guide ones thinking and action
The ability to perceive emotions; to access
and generate emotions so as to assist
thought; to understand emotions and
emotional knowledge; and to reflectively
regulate emotions so as to promote
emotional and intellectual growth
an array of non-cognitive capabilities, competencies and skills that
influence ones ability to succeed in coping with environmental demands
and pressures
Reuven BarOn
the ability to perceive emotions, to access and generate emotions so as to
assist thought, to understand emotions and emotional meanings, and to
reflectively regulate emotions in ways that promote emotional and
intellectual growth
Salovey & Mayer
the capacity for recognizing our own feelings and those of others, for
motivating ourselves, and for managing emotions well in ourselves and in
our relationships
Daniel Goleman
Emotions
are sufficiently vivid and available
that they can be generated as
prioritize thinking by directing attention to aids to judgment and memory
important information; concerning feelings;

emotional states differentially


emotional mood swings change the encourage specific problem-
individuals perspective from optimistic to solving approaches, such as when
pessimistic, encouraging consideration of happiness facilitates inductive
multiple points of view; reasoning and creativity
ability to stay open to feelings, both
pleasant and unpleasant;
to reflectively engage or detach from an
emotion depending its judged utility;
to reflectively monitor emotions in relation
to oneself and others;
to manage emotion in oneself and others by
moderating negative emotions and
enhancing positive emotions
Aspects of Emotional Intelligence
Knowing ones emotions
Managing emotions
Motivating oneself
Recognizing emotion in others
Handling relationships
Knowing ones emotions - self-awareness and
recognizing an emotion when it occurs
Managing emotions - handling emotions in a
fashion to build on self-awareness
Motivating oneself - the ability to channel
emotions in the service of a goal
Recognizing emotions in others, or empathy -the
appreciation of the differences in people and the
sensitivity to others feelings.
Handling relationships -managing emotions in
others
The Foundation
and
results in
Personal &
Interpersonal
which
predicts Effective Effectiveness
Self-Actualization
Relationships Happiness
Interpersonal
is related
to Interpersonal Relationships
Independence
Skills
plus Empathy
Coping Skills Social Responsibility
Impulse Control Assertiveness
Stress Tolerance
Self Problem Solving
Flexibility
Awareness Optimism
Emotional Self-
Awareness
Self-Regard
Reality Testing

Frances Clendenen beBetter Networks, Inc.



Description. The core of Emotional Intelligence is
self-awareness. Self-awareness is comprised of three
competencies;
1.emotional self-awareness, where you are able to
read and understand your emotions as well as
recognise their impact on work performance and
relationships;
2. accurate self-assessment, where you are able to
give a realistic evaluation of your strengths and
limitations;
3. self-confidence, where you have a positive and
strong sense of ones self-worth. The starting point
and key in these areas is the ability to be critically
self-reflective.

Description. Self-management is comprised of
five competencies;
1.Self-control, which is keeping disruptive
emotions and impulses under control;
2. transparency, which is maintaining standards
of honesty and integrity,
3. managing yourself and responsibilities; and
adaptability, which is the flexibility in adapting to
changing situations and overcoming obstacles;
4.achievement orientation, which is the guiding
drive to meet an internal standard of excellence;
5.initiative, which is the readiness to seize
opportunities and act.

Description. Social Awareness is comprised of
three competencies;
1. empathy, which is understanding others and
taking an active interest in their concerns;
2. organisational awareness, which is the ability
to read the currents of organisational life, build
decision networks and navigate politics;
3. service orientation, which is recognising and
meeting others needs. The adaptable, success-
oriented type.

Description. The Social cluster of Relationship
Management is comprised of seven
competencies;
1. visionary leadership, which is inspiring and
guiding groups and individuals;
2. developing others, which is the propensity to
strengthen and support the abilities of others
through feedback and guidance;
3. influence, which is the ability to exercise a
wide range of persuasive strategies with
integrity, and also includes listening and sending
clear, convincing and well-tuned messages;
4.change catalyst, which is the proficiency in
initiating new ideas and leading people in a
new direction;
5.conflict management, which is resolving
disagreements and collaboratively developing
resolutions;
6. building bonds, which is building and
maintaining relationships with others;
7. and teamwork and collaboration, which is
the promotion of cooperation and building of
teams.
There is a growing body of research
findings that scientifically demonstrates
that emotional intelligence predicts how
well we perform at home, school and in
the workplace.
Reuven Bar-On, Ph.D.
December 16, 2004
Address issues that connect with student
success
Experiencing Stress
Feeling overwhelmed
Not getting along with others
Giving up
Engaging in destructive
behaviors
Emotional self-awareness
Self-regard
Assertiveness
Independence
Self-actualization
Reality testing
Flexibility
Problem solving
Stress tolerance
Impulse control
Empathy
Social responsibility
Interpersonal relationship
INTRAPERSONAL SCALES ADAPTABILITY
Self-regard Reality testing
Emotional self-awareness
Assertiveness Flexibility
Independence Problem solving
Self-actualization
STRESS MANAGEMENT
INTERPERSONAL SCALES
Stress tolerance
Empathy
Social responsibility Impulse control
Interpersonal relationship
GENERAL MOOD
Optimism
Happiness
THE RESULT?
The Empowered Learner
Communicates effectively
Has the ability to manage change
Works within diverse groups
The Informed Learner
Understands the human imagination,
expression, and the products of many cultures

The Responsible Learner


Has deep understanding of ones self and
respect for the complex identities of others,
their histories and their cultures.
Writing
Presenting
Problem Solving
Ethical Behavior
Working in Teams
Having Global Perspectives
Lifelong Learning
Appreciation for Diversity and
Diverse Perspectives
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