How can parents raise trusting and trustworthy kids? Start with emotional intelligence, says Joan Sarin of the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley.
Celebrating the 2017 U.N. Universal Children’s Day, we’re holding “popup festivals” in 100 countries for kids & their adults to learn about emotions, wellbeing, and children’s rights — join the global party!
For kids across Asia, Dragonfly’s outdoor ed and service learning program is all about self-discovery through EQ. Find out how this unique model is helping kids develop their interpersonal skills.
The Middle East can be a challenging place to talk about emotional intelligence. Our new Preferred Partners at Indigo are doing just that.
When feelings run hot, how can we use emotional intelligence to fuel our commitment for positive change… and support children to create a better world?
In simple terms, what are the “rights of the child” protected by international law?
As an educator, you probably feel strongly about the rights of children… students in school, your own children, or maybe all children around the world. Here are outstanding resources to support that commitment.
As a part of the Universal Children’s Day celebration, we are thrilled to share three weekly “gift bags” of downloads to share EQ with children.