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Creating emotional intelligence opportunities for general music students in the keyboard laboratory. Emotional intelligence. EQ (emotional quotient) social and emotional learning. Curricula goals should reflect life goals. self-growth self-esteem enjoyment

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Creating emotional intelligence opportunities for general music students in the keyboard laboratory l.jpg

Creating emotional intelligence opportunities for general music students in the keyboard laboratory.


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Emotional intelligence

EQ (emotional quotient)

social and emotional learning


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Curricula goals should reflect life goals.

self-growth

self-esteem

enjoyment

David Elliott (1995) Music Matters


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“Music allows a unique fusion of intellectual, physical, social and emotional learning opportunities.”

National Review Of School Music Education

(Australia, 2005)


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Structures supporting EQ social and emotional learning opportunities.”

  • Successful skill acquisition

  • Assessment and evaluation procedures

  • Group work

  • Reflection


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1. Successful skill acquisition social and emotional learning opportunities.”


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Increasing complexity social and emotional learning opportunities.”

adapted from Csikszentmihalyi (1990) pg. 74


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Individual learning rate social and emotional learning opportunities.”

  • “I really like it. I also enjoy it because we each have our own levels which means that if one person is behind we do not have to wait for them.”

  • “Everybody has their own levels and it doesn’t matter at all as long as you’re happy with it.”

    • The level of difficulty is appropriate 91%

    • Happy with rate of improvement 89%


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2. Assessment social and emotional learning opportunities.”

Bloom’s taxonomy

H.O.T.S

Self assessment encourages reflection and honesty


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Assess the teacher social and emotional learning opportunities.”

Simple criteria derived from students

  • Correct notes

  • Fluency

  • Tempo

  • Dynamics


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This piece has been played successfully. social and emotional learning opportunities.”

Student signature…………………………….…..

Teacher signature…………………………….…..

Date………………………………...


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Student teachers social and emotional learning opportunities.”

New perspective

Responsibility

Enjoyable

Promote teaching


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Student comments social and emotional learning opportunities.”

  • I like it because I can help other people!

  • I enjoy that we can be "teachers".

  • I enjoy that if you complete a piece well you can become a teacher.

  • I like being able to feel proud of myself when I pass a lesson or become a teacher.

    97.4% like the student teacher idea


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3. Group Work social and emotional learning opportunities.”

  • Sharing and copying is natural

  • Students understand students

  • Students inspire

  • Group skill list

    • Listening to others

    • Helping others

    • Politeness

    • Making contributions


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Authentic group experience social and emotional learning opportunities.”


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“Its very good fun to learn social and emotional learning opportunities.”

with my friends”


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4. Reflection social and emotional learning opportunities.”

Meta-cognition

Strengths/weaknesses

Goal setting

Task difficulties

Practicing strategies

Evaluation


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Student reflections social and emotional learning opportunities.”

This page is for you to record those moments when you feel really pleased with your achievement and progress, and also when you get frustrated! By recalling how you worked well and overcame difficulties, you have a greater possibility of experiencing future success.


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Student reflections social and emotional learning opportunities.”

  • Keyboard is becoming easier and more fun. Today I completed 2 pieces which is amazing!

  • I definitely improved my technique which I think is great.

  • Some things are a bit challenging but with time I could get used to playing the keyboard.

  • I am surprised and happy because sir thinks I have a good sense of rhythm.

  • I’m getting better and better everyday! I should be proud of myself and I am!


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In conclusion social and emotional learning opportunities.”

Successful skill acquisition

Assessment and evaluation procedures

Group work

Reflection


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