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The Arts as a Means of Developing Emotional Intelligence in the Context of Neuropedagogy

Authors: Zhanna SYROTKINA; Larysa BANKUL; Olena BUKHNIIEVA; Ivan BOYCHEV; Nataliia GUNKO; Alina CHEKHUNINA;

The Arts as a Means of Developing Emotional Intelligence in the Context of Neuropedagogy

Abstract

The article discusses the emotional intelligence of students and the influence of art on its development. The relevance of a developed harmonious personality has always been a priority in contemporary education, and emotional intelligence in recent years has become a revolutionary tool in the development of higher professional and pedagogical training. Studying emotional intelligence represents one of the important tasks in neuropedagogy. Therefore, the influence of art on students’ emotional intelligence can turn out to be an effective solution and is the purpose of this research. The analysis of research of teaching methodology for art subjects in secondary schools allows us to conclude that art acts as a beacon in the development of emotional intelligence in school education. In this article, we consider key issues such as the genesis of emotions, the concept of feelings and emotions, mood and emotionality, the impact of positive emotions on personality and understanding the concept of emotional intelligence. Emotional capability and mood are of undisputable importance for art. The development of the emotional capability requires a specific mood, which leads us to believe that the teacher’s support is crucial in the process where a student cognizes their own personality. The question arose concerning the importance of emotional literacy with regular academic subjects. This proves that a child's development should not be confined to academic subjects only, meaning, EQ and IQ are equally important in today's world. The adequate formation of a child’s personality calls for the balance of both EQ and IQ where art is to be given significant attention.

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positive emotions, balance, QA75.5-76.95, emotional intelligence, Electronic computers. Computer science, harmonious personality, Neurology. Diseases of the nervous system, feelings, RC346-429, art

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