FMLY 1010 Lecture 46: Lecture 46

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University of Manitoba
Family Social Sciences
FMLY 1010
Christine A.Schippers

R98729 Emotional Intelligence (276) Goleman theory of emotional intelligence: three components Awareness of ones own emotions Ability to express ones emotions appropriately Capacity to channel emotions into pursuit of worth while goals Without emotional intelligence, unable to achieve full intellectual potential no support yet Group Differences in Achievement (277) Gender Differences in Achievement Do not show consistent differences between boys and girls Separate categories show differences Girls outperform boys on reading and writing, and math Girls surpass the provincial standards From more environmental effects than biological Differences in Learning Styles Analytical Style: tendency to focus on the details of a task Right and wrong, set of orderly tasks Relational Style: tendency to ignore details of a task in order to focus on big picture LEARNERS WITH EXCEPTIONALITIES (278) Learning Disabilities: Disorder in which child as difficulty mastering a specific academic skill, even though she possess average to above average intelligence and has no physical or sensory handicaps Interfere with learning and academic progress o Distinct from intellectual disability recognized as impairments in one or more processes related to perceiving, thinking, remembering, learning o Life long, range in severity, o Identified by unexpected academic underachievement Explanations of problem are subject to disagreement inconsistent special education policies across Canadas provinces and territories (pg. 279) 1015 of Canadian population may experience some kind of learning difficulty Dyslexia: problems in reading or inability to read Weakmorphologicalawarenessabilitytounderstandandcorrectlyusesmallwords,letters and letter combinations rather than the result of general cognitive dysfunction For success, require early identification and specialized assessments and interventions within home, school, community, workplace Attention DeficitHyperactivity Disorder (281) Mental disorder that causes children to have difficulty attending to and completing tasks 5 10 of Canadian school children, more physically active, less attentive, may develop school problems
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