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Emotional intelligence (Ruler of Yale University)

Graduates with developed Emotional Intelligence soft skill

Graduates with well-developed soft skills "of Emotional intelligence"

"Against the background of those who appreciate an exceptionally high IQ, especially stand out people who possess social skills: disciplined, energetic, capable of empathy" — Daniel Goleman

Developed emotional intelligence is not a trend, but an integral part of modern society.

AIS students know firsthand what the Yale ruler emotional intelligence program is. With tools such as Mood Meter, Charter, Meta-Moment, Blueprint, children learn to recognize, understand, designate, Express and regulate their emotions.

Rising AIS researchers start and end their day by measuring their mood with a Mood Meter. Children learn to determine the impact of emotions on their daily lives. Learning and understanding how emotions and moods affect how we learn, play, and make decisions in everyday life helps lay the groundwork for a happy and competitive adult right now.

The conscious reading of literature forms the emotional intelligence

Reading literature is an integral part of the daily lives of AIS students. Art books help not only to develop speech, communication and academic skills, but also to learn to understand other people better. In other words, empathy. After reading, the student chooses the brightest emotion in the work, and then determines the specifics of this emotion with the help of the Mood Meter tool. Another student or teacher photographs an image of the emotion, and students have the opportunity to share the image with the school community. Thus, students learn the subtleties of a wide range of human emotions.

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Expression of emotions through art direction

The concept of negative and positive reality is not only in the perception of the world, but also in art photography and paintings. The ability to see and transmit emotions through neutral objects allows you to reveal the versatility of the perception of the world by each person. AIS students through the technique of” negative-space "got acquainted with the direction of" Cubism” and tried themselves as artists. The works drawn by the children were organized into an exhibition.

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Literature, recommended reading:

Daniel Goleman "Emotional intelligence»