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9 black & white tables, 9 black & white line drawings
2nd Revised edition
Table Of Contents
Acknowledgements Preface to the second edition List of activities Introduction 1. The emotionally intelligent teacher 2. How you relate to your learners 3. Planning the emotional environment 4. Planning for the physical experience of learners 5. Dealing with Your learners' expectations 6. Acknowledging individual learners 7. Listening to Your Learners 8. Reading and responding to the feelings of individuals and groups 9. Responding to learners' comments and questions 10. Developing self-awareness as a teacher 11. Recognizing your prejudices and preferences 12. Your nonverbal communication 13. Shaping and handling your feelings 14. Revealing your feelings to learners 15. Teaching with emotional intelligence one-to-one 16. Teaching with emotional intelligence with online learners 17. Teaching with emotional intelligence with international students 18. Continuing your development as an emotionally intelligent teacher Conclusion and further reading References Index
Alan Mortiboys has over 20 years experience working in Educational Development in Higher Education, most recently as Professor of Educational Development at Birmingham City University. He now works independently providing staff and educational development for professionals in education and healthcare.