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Thursday, January 2, 2014

New iPad app will teach empathy

By Greg Toppo
USA Today
Originally posted December 15, 2013

Here is an excerpt:

Goleman's best-selling 1995 book Emotional Intelligence popularized the idea that a child's ability to control his or her impulses, delay gratification, persist in the face of setbacks and generally be a more empathetic person could be bigger factors in his or her success than raw intelligence. More recently, educators — including the influential KIPP charter schools — have focused much of their college-completion efforts on kids' ability to show "grit" in everyday life.

The entire article is here.
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