Social Emotional Learning: An Appreciative Approach to Teacher Development

August 2021
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ABSTRACT

This Research Review and Notes article describes a project in which a study of how an appreciative approach was taken to support teachers on learning how to support children up to 18 years old in the field of social emotional learning (SEL) and Transformative Emotional Intelligence (TEI).

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Author: Kimberly K Davis

Kimberly Davis, Ed.D., is a school district administrator experienced in accountability, curriculum & instruction, teacher development, and organizational performance. Additionally, she has consulted leadership development and human performance improvement for private, government, and nonprofit organizations. She also holds certifications as an AI Facilitator and TEI Coach.

Contact: Kim@MotivatingExcellence.com

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Author: Richard Hammett

Richard Hammett, Ed. D. teaches and supervises doctoral research at Walden University’s Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership. He is a principal in Emotional Intelligence Learning Systems, Inc., founding faculty member of the Emotional Intelligence Training and Research Institute (EITRI), and patron member of the Forum for Emotional Intelligence Learning (FEIL) in India.

Contact: rick@eilearningsys.com

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Author: Tanya Seagraves-Robinson

Tanya Seagraves-Robinson, Ph.D. in Education Leadership, worked in Higher Education for 18 years in Tallahassee Florida. She is a contract specialist at Eglin Air Force Base; president of Essential Intelligence LLC.; provides EI training and coaching and earned her certification in Transformative Emotional Intelligence. Dr Robinson is co-author of VIGOACRE: The Strategy for Results Driven Communication.

Contact: tanya.robinsonphd@gmail.com

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Author: David D. Christian

David D. Christian, PhD is a licensed professional counselor/supervisor and licensed school counselor. After spending nearly a decade working in secondary and post-secondary education in Texas, David joined the faculty at the University of Arkansas where he is currently an associate Professor of Counselor Education and supervision specializing in school counseling, adventure therapy, family interventions and Adlerian theory.

Contact: ddchrist@uark.edu

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Author: Gary Low

Gary Low, Ph.D. is Professor Emeritus of Education, Texas A&M University-Kingsville, consulting psychologist, patron and life member of the Forum for EI Learning (FEIL) in India, a principal of EI Learning Systems, Inc., and a founding faculty member of the Emotional Intelligence Training & Research Institute (EITRI). Dr Low and the late Dr Darwin Nelson created the theory of transformative emotional intelligence (TEI).

Contact: gary@eilerningsys.com

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