Teaching with Emotional intelligence
|Published in||Issue 4: Ethical decision-making supports teaching, learning and research|
|Date Published||Spring 2006|
I have asked this question of hundreds of higher education lecturers in workshops I run on teaching with emotional intelligence. The range of feelings recalled is vast but common responses include ‘angry’, ‘elated’, ‘embarrassed’, ‘frustrated’, ‘humiliated’, ‘relieved’. I ask the question in order to make the point that:Learning itself is an intrinsically emotional business (Claxton 1999:15).