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5. Feelings Count - Emotions and Learning

Web-based readings

Comer, J. & Haynes, N. (2001). Learning Alliances. Retrieved March 22, 2001, from The George Lucas Educational Foundation Web site.


Elias, M. (1997). The need for social and emotional learning. Chapter 1 of Promoting social and emotional learning: Guidelines for educators[Electronic version]. Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. Retrieved 1/12/03.

This article argues for social and emotional learning in the classroom and describes specific life skills, attitudes and values that can be fostered in the classroom.

Goleman, D. (2001). Emotional intelligence. The George Lucas Education Foundation Web site.


O'Neil, J. (1996, September). On emotional intelligence: a conversation with Daniel Goleman. Educational Leadership, 54(1). Retrieved 1/12/03.

An interview with Daniel Goleman defining emotional intelligence.

Related links

Six Seconds Emotional Intelligence Network
6 Seconds is a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing emotional intelligence into practice in schools, families, organizations, and communities.

Center for Social and Emotional Education
1841 Broadway, Suite 615
New York, NY 10023-7603
Phone: 212-707-8799 Fax: (212) 957-6616
CSEE is an nonprofit organization founded in 1996 and dedicated to supporting parents, educators, and health care professionals who want to use social and emotional learning and literacy with children and adolescents.

Collaborative to Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) http://www.casel.org
Department of Psychology
University of Illinois at Chicago
1007 West Harrison Street
Chicago, IL 60607-7137.
CASEL is an organization dedicated to establishing social and emotional learning as an essential part of education from preschool through high school.

TRIBES: A new way of learning and being together
TRIBES is a community building and peer leadership process designed to help transform school and classroom environments into positive learning communities.

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