PART 1– Purpose Demonstrate how to express your emotions appropriately and effe

PART 1–
Purpose
Demonstrate how to express your emotions appropriately and effe

PART 1–
Purpose
Demonstrate how to express your emotions appropriately and effectively.
Recall importance of emotional intelligence in the workplace (see page 228 in textbook)
INSTRUCTIONS
Communicating for success is vital for success in the workplace. This discussion is about emotional intelligence and the positive effects at work.
As you studied the chapter on emotions, it is important to manage emotions according to role expectations and social norms (page 235 in textbook).
The goal is to create positive emotions (see page 254 in textbook) that create positive feelings when interacting with coworkers and customers alike. Additionally, include aspects of expressing emotions effectively as discussed on pages 238-242 of textbook.
Only use textbook and personal examples for this assignment.
For this discussion, the “student must post before seeing replies” has been activated, which means that you must contribute your idea before you can see what other have posted.
Make sure to post full entry for first posting to get potentially full credit.
Contribute your initial post to our discussion by Thursday, 11:59 p.m. In your post please include the following:
What would be your part in contributing to a positive work environment with your coworkers? If you do not have work experience, discuss positive emotions you experienced that you might have had participating on a sports team or in a volunteer capacity such as a fundraising event.
What nonverbal messages (body movements, tone of voice, eye contact, smiling) can you send that would create an enriching emotional environment. Ultimately, what strategies would you use to create your “dream job?”
Remember, arguably we all might have had in some way or another unsatisfactory experiences in the workplace but the focus in this discussion is on creating and maintaining a positive and polite work environment.
PART 2–
W12 Discussion Cognitive Development
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Cognitive development between the ages of 7 and 11 is impressive, beginning with improvements in control processes, and increase in processing speed and capacity, and a growing foundation of knowledge. This chapter in our book discusses the views of Piaget and Vygotsky regarding the child’s cognitive development, which involves a growing ability to use logic and reasoning (as emphasized by Piaget) and to benefit from social interactions with skilled mentors (as emphasized by Vygotsky). According to Piaget, school-age children are much better able than preschoolers to understand logical principles, provided the principles are applied to concrete examples. Because the school years are also a time of expanding moral reasoning, this chapter also looked at Kohlberg’s stage theory of moral development as well as current evaluations of his theory.
Additionally this chapter explores the information-processing perspective on cognitive development, beginning with the Gibson’s concept of affordances. It then discusses changes in the child’s processing speed and capacity, control processes, knowledge base, and metacognition. Linguistic development during the school years is also extensive, with children showing improvement in vocabulary and pragmatics. This is clearly indicated by their newfound delight in words and their growing sophistication at telling jokes. If you have ever spent time in a second grade classroom you can immediately tell what stage the children are in by who is telling and who is getting the jokes. Jokes become very funny to children at this age because of their newfound ability to hold 2 or more concepts in their head at the same time allowing them to fully understand the humor in the jokes they are telling and hearing.
Several days before the deadline, please post your response to one of the following (not all three):
Which main theory of cognitive development (Piaget, Vygotsky, Information Processing, etc) stands out the most to you? Why?
Which theory of language development (social learning, assimilation and accomidation, or operant conditioning) stands out the most to you? Why?
Share a personal experience (first hand or someone you know, respecting confidentiality) with learning disabilities and/or special education/inclusion.
Your post should be about 1 paragraphs long and should provide your unique perspective.

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