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Emotional Intelligence
August 10, 2018
The events of childhood do not pass, but repeat themselves like seasons of the year.
-Eleanor Farjeon

“Emotional Intelligence is a concept developed by Yale psychologist Peter Salovey and popularized by NY Times science writer Daniel Goleman...” wrote Jim Greenman in Caring Spaces, Learning Places (revised by Mike Lindstrom).

“Emotional intelligence is a useful construct for trying to maintain a perspective on what is important in early childhood environments...In early childhood years, we develop a core personality and sense of ourselves...

Emotional intelligence is nourished in an environment that requires children to make choices and develop the social skills – interpersonal and intrapersonal intelligence, to succeed in school and life.”

Caring Spaces, Learning Places

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