Emotional intelligence has been identified as a critical skill in the 21st century and especially as we continue progressing through the 4th Industrial Revolution, how we interact is as important as what we can do. The first ever youth assessment to be based on the globally renowned EQ-i 2.0 model, the EQ-i Youth measures the level of emotional and social functioning in children and adolescents. How children and adolescents perceive and express themselves, develop and maintain social relationships, cope with challenges, and use emotional information in an effective and meaningful way are assessed in this world-class assessment developed with the South African context in mind. It is a useful tool that can be used to identify a student’s strengths and development areas, in order to help that student develop the skills needed for personal, scholastic, and social success.
Total Emotional Intelligence: overall score providing insights into students’overall EI functioning
Self-Perception: Self-Regard, Self-Actualization, Emotional Self-Awareness
Self-Expression: Emotional Expression, Assertiveness, Independence
Interpersonal:Interpersonal Relationships, Empathy, Social Responsibility
Decision Making:Problem Solving, Reality Testing, Impulse Control(only inAdolescent form)
Stress Management:Flexibility, Stress Tolerance, Optimism
AREAS OF APPLICATION
The EQ-i Youth can be used by HPCSA registered psychology professionals ineducational environments to assess the emotional health and assist students in coping with demands of school that could lead to underachievement, dropping out of school, and/or the possible development of emotional and behavioural problems.
Practitioner Report – aimed at the psychology professional, this comprehensive report provides the practitioner with the student’s response style, inconsistency index, positive and negative impression scores, omission rate, response distribution, their total EIand composite scores(excluding DecisionMaking), and Happiness indicator. Item responses and an action/development plan are also included.
Feedback Report - a simple interpretive report that explains the youth’s overall EI score andeach of the five composite scores, together with their Happiness indicator to them, as well as development tips to focus on at home or in class.
Practitioner Report – aimed at the psychology professional, this comprehensive report provides the practitioner with the student’s response style, inconsistency index, positive and negative impression scores, omission rate, response distribution, composite scores and subscale indicators. The youth’s Happinessindicator, item responses,and action plan are also included.
Feedback Report - a simple interpretive report that explains the youth’s overall EI score, each of the five composite scores, each of the subscales and their Happiness indicator to them, as well as development tips to focus on at home or in class.
SOUTH AFRICAN RESEARCH
MHS, in partnership with JVR Psychometrics, have developed the EQ-i Youth in the South African context. After assessing over 1,000 children and adolescents across provinces and a number of school quartiles, South African norms were developed and the commercial version of this world-class assessment finalised. We also welcome the opportunity to partner with clients who are interested in conducting research in their practices and organisations.
Junior Form: 7-13 years old, Adolescent Form: 13-19 years old
30 – 40 minutes
Integrated report options
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