The role of intellectual intelligence: really great or really necessary for children?
In the era of global integration, modern parents not only desire to raise their children to become intelligent, but also rich in emotional intelligence (EQ). Large corporations and companies in the world also gradually assess employees by EQ over IQ. What is emotional intelligence and is it important and necessary to cultivate emotional intelligence for children?
Emotional intelligence is the ability to understand oneself, to understand the feelings of those around and to understand how our emotions affect others. A high EQ will help children develop a strong ability to communicate, express, socialize, and adapt quickly to different situations they meet in life. This will give children a foundation for necessary skills to succeed in the future.
In contrast, children with low EQ may have fewer friends, feel alone and struggle with integrating. In the future, low EQ children will also find it more difficult to create good relationships to develop their careers. Emotional deficiencies can also lead to worse characteristics, such as bad behaviors.
Although getting more and more attention, nowadays, emotional intelligence has not been admitted by parents of its importance. Based on the analysis of social data of the past five years from social networking sites and search pages for children, the most popular results are “how to learn English. ", how to be smarter", but it lacks a lot of keywords such as: "character", "behavior", "personal discipline". or "love".
Developing emotional intelligence for children means helping them increase their ability to understand other people's emotions, to enhance cooperation between people. According to Daniel Goleman, the American psychologist, there are five factors in identifying emotional intelligence: understanding yourself; control of self; rich in enthusiasm; control of self, rich in enthusiasm; sympathetic; good communication skills.
In addition to that, EQ also means love. EQ is above all about love and understanding of yourself and others.
Chích Chòe - cherish emotions with children
With regard to the role of developing emotional intelligence for children, the topics in Chích Chòe applications follow this pathway; learn to love and behave first, then develop talent.
From the 2080 clips in the Chích Chòe app store today (which is expected to increase to 4,000 clips in 2020), about 40% are on the topic of love (loving yourself, family, friends, animals, nature and society). 30% for knowledge (nature, culture, science, painting, music, language), 20% for skills (self-care, advocacy, behavior, survival) and 10% attitude (optimism, sympathy, gratitude, sharing, discipline).
Chích Chòe immerses children with songs, and human stories, through famous cartoon friends around the world. The adventures of the Badanamu squad, Podoro penguins, Tayo buses, naturally integrate into lessons about the values and skills that contribute to developing important personalities such as compassion, honesty and fairness, self-discipline, self-assessment, respect for others, sense of responsibility and self-respect...
Children will also learn to recognize emotions by identifying emotions in themselves and those around them such as love, hate, sadness, joy, anger, fear, surprise, desire. At the same time a child feels and names emotions as he or she understands the causes and consequences of those emotions. Therefore, children can control their emotions and behave appropriately in real situations.
Parents can explore and discuss situations with their children and encourage them to share their true feelings. Therefore, parents can understand their children better to help them know how to regulate emotions, sympathize and share.
With talented and dedicated editorial staff, rich and unique sources of foreign content have been edited and localized in pure Vietnamese language. The storytelling language uses a unique, creative vocabulary.
By focusing on developing a pure Vietnamese culture, Chích Chòe's videos also integrate Vietnamese folk poems conveying the beauty of Vietnamese in a way that is easy to memorize and accessible to parents and young children.
Chích Chòe helps children approach lessons in a different way: they don't see themselves learning, but in fact playing and relating, while applying their knowledge to real-world situations.