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Emotional intelligence (EI) may be more important or even more critical in predicting lifelong success than an intellectual quotient (IQ). Some educators believe as much as 80% of this success is social or "luck" while only 20% may be pure intelligence. Valedictorians and those with the highest IQs do not always show success in jobs or family. In order to become responsible adults, children need to understand emotions, demonstrate a positive self-image, cope with diversity, develop relationships with others, adapt and solve problems. This indicator will hopefully assist parents and teaches in the emotional guidance of their children. For those children who are three to seven years old, a rating scale is completed by the parent or teacher who knows the child best. Those who are seven years and older, actually answer questions from a standardized screening test and the parent or teacher also completes the rating scale so both can be compared and contrasted. 

From this report, the overall emotional intelligence is rated from a high to low functioning level as well as each specific area is rated. Then a description and suggestions to improve them is given. These are critical when helping children to be confident, understand how they feel, relate to others, solve problems, and cope with challenges. Emotions can interfere with learning and the learning of others. An emotionally healthy child is a happy one who loves to learn.

Ages: 3-6 Ages: 7-18

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