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Complete the Emotional Intelligence Assignment excel spreadsheets (emailed to you today) and turn in under assignments (

In the presentation today you were asked to “practice looking for and recognizing “good” EI. For your initial post in the discussion (100 words) , find an example of three of the core components (sent to you in an email) that your classmates can watch and

1. Attach the video(s)–only one is necessary if you can identify three components in one video

2. Identify which of the three core components you observed and how they were utilized in the situation

3. What might the outcome/interaction have been if EI hadn’t been used.

4. What was one thing you learned about yourself while completing the EI assignment that surprised you?

NEXT: For your two responses, (50 words each), let two classmates know if you agree or disagree with their initial post and why. If you saw something differently, describe what and why.

In the presentation today you were asked to “practice looking for and recognizing “good” EI. For your initial post in the discussion due April 7 (100 words) , find an example of three of the core components that your classmates can watch and

1. Attach the video(s)–only one is necessary if you can identify three components in one video

2. Identify which of the three core components you observed and how they were utilized in the situation

3. What might the outcome/interaction have been if EI hadn’t been used.

1/Discussion

Much of this chapter has focused on body rhythms and biological fluctuations. But we humans have the ability to manipulate our own environments to optimize performance – whether we’re talking about academics, work productivity, social connections, or just general cognitive functioning. Look around your current living space, the physical place(s) in which you work, live, and sleep. Can you identify two specific changes you could make to capitalize on your circadian rhythm and chronotype or to improve the quality (and quantity) of your time asleep?

Assignment: Module 3

Assignment Overview

Compare and contrast classical conditioning, operant conditioning, and observational learning. Come up with examples of each.

Guidelines

Written assignment should comprise of a title page, main body (text), and a reference page. (Total of three pages). NO ABSTRACT

Link to an example of title page, main body, and reference page –

https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01…

Use the textbook as a reference and make sure to cite it within the text.

Paper should be doubled spaced, Times Roman 12 pt. Font

Create paper in a Word Document and submit in Week 3 Assignment

Complete the Emotional Intelligence Assignment excel spreadsheets (emailed to you
today) and turn in under assignments (
In the presentation today you were asked to “practice looking for and recognizing “good”
EI. For your initial post in the discussion (100 words) , find an example of three of the core
components (sent to you in an email) that your classmates can watch and
1. Attach the video(s)–only one is necessary if you can identify three components in one
video
2. Identify which of the three core components you observed and how they were utilized in
the situation
3. What might the outcome/interaction have been if EI hadn’t been used.
4. What was one thing you learned about yourself while completing the EI assignment that
surprised you?
NEXT: For your two responses, (50 words each), let two classmates know if you agree or
disagree with their initial post and why. If you saw something differently, describe what and
why.
In the presentation today you were asked to “practice looking for and recognizing “good”
EI. For your initial post in the discussion due April 7 (100 words) , find an example of three
of the core components that your classmates can watch and
1. Attach the video(s)–only one is necessary if you can identify three components in one
video
2. Identify which of the three core components you observed and how they were utilized in
the situation
3. What might the outcome/interaction have been if EI hadn’t been used.
1/Discussion
You have this video to answer to those questions
below

Much of this chapter has focused on body rhythms and biological fluctuations. But we
humans have the ability to manipulate our own environments to optimize performance –
whether we’re talking about academics, work productivity, social connections, or just
general cognitive functioning. Look around your current living space, the physical place(s) in
which you work, live, and sleep. Can you identify two specific changes you could make to
capitalize on your circadian rhythm and chronotype or to improve the quality (and quantity)
of your time asleep?
Assignment: Module 3
Assignment Overview
Compare and contrast classical conditioning, operant conditioning, and observational
learning. Come up with examples of each.
Guidelines
•
•
•
•
•
Written assignment should comprise of a title page, main body (text), and a
reference page. (Total of three pages). NO ABSTRACT
Link to an example of title page, main body, and reference page
– https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/
Use the textbook as a reference and make sure to cite it within the text.
Paper should be doubled spaced, Times Roman 12 pt. Font
Create paper in a Word Document and submit in Week 3 Assignment
EI Assignment:
For 1 week describe at least 2 instances that you used each of the core components of EI. If they aren’t
occuring naturally, please actively look for situations and apply them.
(THERE ARE 2 SHEETS)
Occurred naturally or
I made a specific effort
I was comfortable
(1 not at all and 5 extremely)
Reaction of others
Self-awareness
situation 1
situation 2
Self-regulation
situation 1
situation 2
Internal Motivation
situation 1
situation 2
Empathy
situation 1
situation 2
Social Skills
situation 1
situation 2
.
How did it affect your outcome?
EI Assignment:
For 1 week describe at least 2 instances that you used each of the core components of EI. If they aren’t
occuring naturally, please actively look for situations and apply them.
Describe the situation
Self-awareness
I was having conversation with friends about a sensitive topic regarding
LGBT+ community. In these situations, which come up quite often among my
friends, I always am careful to be extra aware of my word choice. I was
balancing working on something and having the conversation and I ended up
saying something that my friends thought was problematic. I could sense I
had struck a tone and I paused and asked about it right away. After they
explained what it was that bothered them I thought about what I had said
and how it might have been interpreted badly. But them I realized I was
holding a bias that I was not aware of. I owned up to this and apologized to
them.
situation 1
I was sitting at the dinner table with my two brothers. This is unusual
because they would usually argue that they would rather just take their food
to their room. I noticed that they had not tried to fight me on this today. I
was so excited about this. I said something to this effect and even suggest
we take dinner out on the courtyard since it was so nice out. They did their
teenage boy grumble and I realized that I needed to tone it down and enjoy
the moment I was having with them. I recognized that I tend to push things
that I think would be best for everyone.
situation 2
Self-regulation
I have had trouble getting up on time for a while now. I tend to be very
impulsive in the morning and find any way I can to stay in bed longer. I
decided this week that I needed to get some more control over my
mornings. So I tried to set a morning routine to look forward to when I get
out of bed. I have been putting my phone in a place I have to get out of bed
to access it, promising myself I will make my bed right as I get out of bed.
Then rolling out my yoga mat located right beside my bed and stretching. I
love doing Yoga so I use this as a motivation to get myself to wake up.
situation 1
I do not consider myself an impulsive person but there are certain high stress
situations that do not bring out the best in me. I was trying to send an article
to my editor before a certain time. I was working on a notes page on my
computer and I went to switch it to a Google document so I could finish it up
and send it off. Suddenly my copy and past feature stopped working and I
could not move the document from the notes page. I was already in a rush
and I became very frustrated. My sister started giving my alternatives to try,
all of which would not work. I got frustrated and lashed back saying that
what she was saying wouldn’t work. I was frustrated and my impulse was to
lash out. I took a pause after that and realized that this was not a life or
death situation and that my editor was not going to be upset if I did not
make the deadline I had personally set for myself. After clearing my mind of
all the anxiety and anger I was able to think of possible solution that worked.
I also apologized to my sister.
situation 2
Internal Motivation
I have had a poem on my mind for years now. I have kept thinking about
little portions of it yet I never have pieced it together. I know it is important
to me because it is on my mind constantly but I was prioritizing more
‘practical’ things such as homework and other work. I decided to think
about it differently in order to get me to start it. No one was going to tell me
I needed to finish it, so I decided to make a list of motivators to finish the
poem.
situation 1
situation 2
I went to a hot yoga class with my sister. I am usually love yoga, but I love
taking it slow and thoroughly enjoying it. My sisters usual class does not do
that, they move fast and do things that require a lot of core power, it is a
serious workout. I am not used to serious workouts, I go at my own pace
when I work out and do not ever push myself very hard because I already to
do that in other parts of my life. I had to convince myself it was worth it to
make it through the class because the fun wore off shortly after the half way
mark break. I did make it through the class because I decided my body would
thank me later.
Empathy
I was working on an assignment in my room when my mother arrived from
working the night shift at the Hospital. Usually she walks in and says
something right away, usually “mommas home!!” I was waiting for that but I
got silence. I opened my door and said “Whose home?” I heard my mom say
“momma” but she was exhausted I could tell right away by the sound of her
voice. Right away I started thinking about what I could do to make things
better for her so I went to her room and made her bed and turned on her
heater so the room would be welcoming when she made it there. I thought
about how I might like to see my room if I came home exhausted.
situation 1
I was sitting in a computer lab waiting for my class to start. The class before
me was finishing up. A student was informally presenting on a topic when
the professor told him that he was wrong, that the term he was using to
describe the technique actually applied to a totally different technique. I felt
bad for the student and knowing this professor I knew that it would be a
minute before they would let it go and help the student save face. I felt
embarrassed for the student so I put my headphones in and tuned out their
conversation to give him privacy.
situation 2
Social Skills
I am in a very small class with only one other student. This week the other
student was unable to come to class. I felt very uncomfortable with being in
a class with only the professor because I thought the conversation would be
awkwardly forced. I decided to just make the most of the situation and let
the professor get to know me better since I had already gotten to know a lot
about her. The conversation naturally lead to a discussion of my plans and
hopes for the class.
situation 1
I needed to get dinner while on campus the other day and I did what I usually
do, I went to scooters to get something to go. Well Scooters was about out
of almost everything and what was left was not appealing to me. My only
other option was to go to the Caf, since I needed to stay on campus. I
dreaded this. because as a commuter student, I do not go to the Caf often. I
thought there is no way to know who is going to be there, I didn’t want to
have to chat with anyone especially not people I do not know. I really
wanted to just skip it altogether but I figured I should be more social and
engage with others. I called a friend of mine who happened to be getting out
of class, he offered to come with me. I ate at the cafe and it was not half
bad, I even said hi to a few people and had some short conversations.
situation 2
EI Assignment:
How did it affect your outcome?
Because I realized I was holding onto a bias that I was
not okay with, I was able to get rid of it and move on
and be a better person. I apologized to my friends and
they were awesome. They told me I was a good person
because I was willing to accept when I was wrong and
make a change.
The boys finished their meal with me at the dinner table
and even thanked and hugged me afterwards. It was
absolutely the best. I am glad I pulled in the reigns and
became aware of my own tendency to push towards
making situations even more perfect. In this specific
instance, that was not pessary for me to do and it would
have actually had an adverse effect.
Page 2
I know that feeling good mentally and physically is very
important to me. My hectic mornings were putting a
damper on my day but not in a direct enough way that I
was motivated to enough to make a lasting change
because of it. However, when I experiences a peaceful
morning the fruits of that (feeling good physically and
mentally) actually motivated me to want to have
another peaceful morning. I identified what I needed in
order to motivate myself and reduce my impulsive
behavior of sleeping longer than I should.
When I took time to realize how I was acting and the
assumptions that were motivating me, I gained clarity
on the situation. I left feeling more in control and was
able to mend things with my sister.
After writing out a list of why I should write the poem, I
actually felt motivated to start. I am making progress
and am happy about this.
I finished the class, it was not very fun , but I did it. I felt
very accomplished following the class. I also felt strong
and more capable.
I felt better about my role as a daughter and a person
because I had done something simple for my mom. I am
glad that I recognized the exhaustion in her voice as was
able to empathize with her.
I am sure I could have done something better in this
situation and I feel regret about that. However, I was
feeling the pain of that student and I considered what I
might like others to do if I were in his shoes. I figured I
would just want to minimize the amount of people who
heard the situation go down. In the end he came over
and spoke to me about the situation after the professor
stepped out, even though we did not know each other. I
tried to make him feel better about it because I could
tell we was upset. After all of this was said and done I
felt like I had helped the student feel less embarrassed
and upset. That made me feel good about the role I
played.
Because I was willing to open up and have a
conversation with my professor, she ended up setting a
course for the class that allow me to pursue a project I
am passionate about. Most importantly I feel like we left
with a better relationship, which will be helpful in the
semester to come.
I do not like being afraid of things, so using my social
skills helped me feel less fear about going to the Caf and
that is a positive impact in my opinion. I hope to
improve upon this and feel comfortable enough to go on
my own.
Emotional Intelligence: Core Components (Self)
1. Self-awareness
– Recognize your emotions
– Impression on others
2. Self-regulation
– Impulse control
– Respond vs. React
3. Internal Motivation
– Desire to learn & improve
– Persevere
Self-management
skills
Emotional Intelligence: Core Components (Others)
4. Empathy
– Proactive
– Perceptive
5. Social Skills
Skills relating to
others
– Communication
– Lead and influence
– Manage Conflict
Your Goal: Use EI skills to achieve best outcome
possible in every personal interaction

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