Emotional intelligence in schools
We lead a global research program, Aristotle EI, aimed at measuring and enhancing emotional intelligence in schools.
Over the last decade, Swinburne has been developing ways to measure and enhance emotional intelligence in school environments. Emotional intelligence is a set of skills to navigate our world — identifying, expressing, using and managing our emotions for success. Arising from unique partnerships with schools around the world, our work focuses on a whole school approach to emotional intelligence that includes school children, staff and parents.
Our research has shown that developing emotional intelligence in schools improves:
- academic outcomes
- personal resilience and wellbeing in staff and students
- interpersonal relationships
- sporting and leadership capabilities.
We regularly publish papers in the area of emotional intelligence. Access and download our current publications and materials.
Aristotle EI: Skills-based programs for today’s world
The Aristotle EI mission is to provide teachers, parents, children and adolescents with world-leading, evidence-based, emotional intelligence development programs. Based on over a decade of research and collaborations with schools, our programs offer autonomy to teachers and provide age-relevant activities to build emotional competencies at every level of schooling.
Aristotle EI school programs
Our programs (available for every year level) use age-relevant activities to build emotional competencies.
Aristotle EI blog
We run a regular blog covering topics connected to emotional intelligence.
Collaborate with the Aristotle EI team
Get in touch for more information about the Aristotle Emotional Intelligence Programs or our assessments.
Contact the Centre for Human Psychopharmacology
There are many ways to engage with us. If your organisation is dealing with a complex problem, get in touch to discuss how we can work together to provide solutions. Call us on +61 3 9214 4444 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.