Self-Intelligence: A Handbook for Developing Confidence, Self-Esteem and Interpersonal Skills

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Network Educational Press, 1999 - Education - 216 pages
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Being emotionally resourceful provides a sound platform for developing other skills across the curriculum and results in improved behaviour and higher standards. Self Intelligence is designed to develop emotional resourcefulness in yourself and the children you teach.

This book is designed as an easy-to-use resource with clear instructions for core and follow-up activities. It is organized into four sections: Dealing with sensory acuity; Uitilizing relaxation and break states; Enhancing Emotional Literacy and Encouraging a creative attitude.

Self Intelligence is an ideal companion to Imagine That... A Handbook of Creative Learning Activities for the Classroom by the same author.

Stephen Bowkett is a full time writer and creative writing tutor with over 18 years' experience as a teacher of English. Steve runs regular training workshops for Network Continuum Education.

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About the author (1999)

Steve Bowkett taught English for 18 years in Leicestershire high schools, and is now a full-time writer, storyteller and educational consultant. Amongst his titles for Network Continuum are A Handbook of Creative Learning Activities, Self-Intelligence, ALPS StoryMaker and Boys and Writing.

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