How can EI help students with academic, personal and future success?
The EQ-i 2.0 Higher Education Report provides a framework for understanding a student's Emotional Intelligence (EI) skills in order to foster academic and life success. With almost 25% of first-year students leaving before their sophomore year, post-secondary life and education can be challenging. Students often feel overwhelmed, lonely, isolated, and have difficulty adjusting to the demands of college and university. Emotional Intelligence is related to both grades and retention. Higher EI, specifically interpersonal and stress management skills, and increased persistence in post-secondary education.
Features and Benefits:
- With limited resources making it a challenge to generate reports and debrief students individually, the Higher Education Report is available through an online portal that can automatically generate and deliver the Student Summary Report to all who complete the EQ-i 2.0. An "alert" indicator will flag students who need additional follow-up.
- The customization feature allows the administrator to include not only the school logo but also specific student resources such as the counseling center, library, student support networks, and health services.
- Built-in security features for online administration help ensure that only those students intended to take the assessment are granted access.
- Administrators are given increased control over the automatic report generation process.