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Volume 1

The Inter­na­tional Jour­nal of Trans­for­ma­tive Emo­tional Intelligence

TIJTRI ISSN 2165–0098








Edi­tors’ Notes (p. vii)

Let­ter from Dr. Arthur Linskey (p. viii)

Fore­word (p. xi)

1.  Lib­er­at­ing and Actu­al­iz­ing Human Poten­tial (pp. 15–20)

by Dar­win Nel­son
In this 2010  Keynote at the 3rd Global Forum for EI and Lead­er­ship, the author answers com­mon ques­tions and about the education-transformative model of emo­tional intelligence.


2. The Trans­for­ma­tional Model of Emo­tional Intel­li­gence: Improv­ing Stu­dent Access and Suc­cess (pp. 21–38)

by Gary Low and Richard Ham­mett
The Emo­tional Skills Assess­ment Process (ESAP) is used in many cur­ricu­lum ini­tia­tives in higher edu­ca­tion.  In this arti­cle, a dis­cus­sion is pro­vided of research derived hall­marks and model pro­grams from sev­eral key ini­tia­tives through­out higher education.


3. Emo­tional Intel­li­gence, Teacher Edu­ca­tion, and Future Stud­ies (pp. 39–50)

by Made­line Jus­tice, Sue Espinoza, B.Lynn Veitch, and Mei-Ying “Elaine” Lin
A report of past, present, and future teacher prepa­ra­tion research using the edu­ca­tion model of emo­tional intelligence.


4. Emo­tional Intel­li­gence and For­eign Lan­guage Pro­fi­ciency: Relat­ing and Com­par­ing ESAP and TOEFL Per­for­mance (pp. 51–60)

by Forouzan Far­nia
A rela­tional and com­par­a­tive study eval­u­at­ing emo­tional intel­li­gence per­for­mance as mea­sured by the ESAP and mas­tery of Eng­lish as a sec­ond lan­guage as mea­sured by the PBT TOEFL.


5. The Stan­dard­iza­tion of the Emo­tional Skills Assess­ment Process (ESAP) for South African Stu­dents of Higher Edu­ca­tion (pp. 61–72))

by Shafeeka Yusuf Dock­rat
The chal­lenges, solu­tions, and suc­cess of the imple­men­ta­tion and stan­dard­iza­tion of the ESAP in Tshwane Uni­ver­sity of Tech­nol­ogy, Pre­to­ria, South Africa.


6. Pro­fes­sional Mil­i­tary Edu­ca­tion (PME) in the USAF SOS Lead­er­ship Course: Incor­po­rat­ing Emo­tional Intel­li­gence (pp. 73–96)

by Richard Ham­mett, Cory Hol­lon, & Patri­cia Mag­gard
A study was con­ducted at Air University’s Squadron Offi­cer Col­lege (SOC) to eval­u­ate rela­tion­ships between two con­structs; lead­er­ship and EI.  The arti­cle presents quan­ti­ta­tive evi­dence sup­port­ing sig­nif­i­cant rela­tion­ships between sev­eral EI skills mea­sured by the Emo­tional Skills Assess­ment Process (ESAP) and stu­dent per­for­mance in the lead­er­ship cur­ricu­lum in Air University’s, Squadron Officer’s School (SOS).


7. The Power of Emo­tional Intel­li­gence in Trans­form­ing Lives: Voices from Higher Edu­ca­tion (pp. 87–108)

by Pearl Reyes-Dominguez
Qual­i­ta­tive reflec­tions are shared from the imple­men­ta­tion of an EI pro­gram at a small pri­vate col­lege in San Anto­nio, Texas.  The expe­ri­ence is told from the per­spec­tive of the faculty-administrator who cham­pi­oned the ini­tia­tive, as well as from many of the stu­dents who ben­e­fit­ted directly.


8. Emo­tional Intel­li­gence from the Per­spec­tive of Cognitive-Experiential Self-Theory (CEST) (pp. 109–121)

by Sey­mour Epstein
What is the dif­fer­ence between hav­ing knowl­edge about emo­tions and mod­el­ing emo­tional intel­li­gence?  A dis­cus­sion of lim­i­ta­tions of two influ­en­tial approaches and the­o­ries is pro­vided.  An alter­na­tive based on CEST is introduced.

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