A Resource for Educators to Develop Empathic Intelligence
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Published in 2005, this book aims to provide new and experienced teachers, leaders, and others with influencing conceptual frameworks to develop a personally meaningful theoretical position regarding empathic intelligence. It outlines how to model empathic intelligence to those with whom they interact, and help them experience and create empathically intelligent and transforming experiences.
The principles of developing empathic intelligence are clearly defined, and its applications are demonstrated with hypotheticals and real-life examples.
Arnold, R. (2005). Empathic intelligence: Teaching, learning, relating. Sydney, AU: UNSW Press.
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