Emotional Intelligence for Educators









This course covers the skills that help us recognize and manage our emotions, enhance communication skills and deal with life’s challenges.

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Emotional intelligence course presented by a specialist in adolescent psychology and care, Jihad Bani Musa, and addressed to teachers, students and parents; This is due to the importance of social-emotional skills and learning them at an early age in determining our future emotional, social, academic and professional qualifications. Therefore, integrating the social-emotional learning program into educational systems and community initiatives is a first step in ensuring a successful life.

Through this course, we seek to achieve a number of objectives and skills for the forum, which are:

First: the emotional skills through which we seek to develop vocabulary that defines emotions, in addition to understanding how emotions and thoughts affect behavior, the ability to distinguish between thoughts, emotions and behavior in a situation and the use of appropriate emotion regulation techniques.

Second: Healthy adaptation through understanding the functions of coping mechanisms and how to use them in times of stress, recognizing its pathological forms, and the ability to express turbulent emotions and painful experiences.

Third: calming and resolving conflicts and the ability to take the other’s point of view and emotional participation, through an understanding of problem-solving techniques and their application at the level of the self and the other, understanding the sources of conflict and how to resolve and mediate conflict.

The course contains 7 units divided as follows:

The first unit: emotional education – it is about mastering emotional social skills and enriching the emotional dictionary to be able to distinguish between emotions.

Unit Two: Self-Awareness and Emotional Expression – It is about the ability to understand and process our inner world, even if it is shaken by emotional disturbances.

Module Three: Health and Disease Adaptations – It is about adapting to the behavioral and cognitive efforts made by the individual in an attempt to deal with stressful situations.

Unit Four: Control of Emotions – It is about identifying the different ways of regulating emotions, such as whether the change is internal or at the level of perception.

Module 5: Empathy and Acceptance of Viewpoints – It is about taking the other’s point of view as it enables us to resolve conflicts and form meaningful relationships.

Module 6: Problem Solving – One way to reduce stress and anxiety is to build positive relationships with others.

Module Seven: Conflict Resolution – It is about the importance of conflict resolution skills in maintaining healthy and sustainable relationships.

What you’ll learn

The ability to apply emotional intelligence techniques

How to Calm down and resolve conflicts

Learn Healthy coping mechanisms

How to reduce Relational Conflicts

How to reduce personal problems and crises

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