Research and Practice Library: Six Seconds

This page contains a collection of citations and links to published and unpublished studies using Six Seconds’ methodologies, assessments, and/or curricula. We will be updating regularly, so if you have articles or publications using the Six Seconds model, processes, or tools, please contact me at [email protected]

Publications highlighting the SEI and SEI-YV Assessments

Fatum, B (2008). The relationship between emotional intelligence and academic achievement in elementary-school children. Doctoral dissertation. [preview on Google Books]

Fiedeldey-Van Dijk, C., & Freedman, J. (2007). Differentiating emotional intelligence in leadership. Journal of Leadership Studies (JLS), 1(2), 8–20.  doi: 10.1002/jls.20012   [Download full text as authors’ pre-production version] [cited by]

Stillman, S. B., & DeVoss, J.A. (2012). Developing EQ-competent school counselors for the pro-social classroom.  In P.M. Brown, M.W. Corrigan, & A. Higgins-D’Alessandro (Eds.),  The handbook of prosocial education (pp.xxx). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

 

Publications highlighting the Six Seconds Model or the Self-Science Process

D’Souza, G. (n.d.). EQ from the inside out. San Francisco, CA: Six Seconds.
 
Fatum, B. A. (2013). Healthy classroom, emotional intelligence, and brain research. Retrieved from http://www.6seconds.org/wp-admin/post.php?post=9376&action=edit

Fatum, B., & Stillman, S. B. (2012). Technology, healthy classrooms, and emotional intelligence.TechEdge,  (1). Retrieved from http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/naylor/TEAQ0112/index.php#/12 

Freedman, J. (2003). Key lessons from 35 years of social-emotional education: How Self-Science builds self-awareness, positive relationships, and healthy decision-making. Perspectives in Education21(4), 83-85. [Download full text as author’s pre-production version] [cited by]

Freedman, J (2004, Spring). Effective social-emotional education: Self-Science practices to promote emotional intelligence. Education International Journal

Freedman, J. M. (n.d.). The case for emotional intelligence in schools. Retrieved from http://www.6seconds.org/case/
 
Freedman, J. M. (2007). At the heart of leadership: How to get results with emotional intelligence (1st ed.). San Mateo, CA: Six Seconds.
 
Freedman, J. M. (2011). Structuring transformational learning. Six Seconds – The Emotional Intelligence Network. Retrieved from http://www.6seconds.org/2012/01/27/structuring-transformational-learning/
 
Freedman, J. M., & Ghini, M. (n.d.). Inside change. San Francisco, CA: Six Seconds.

Jensen, A (2003, Winter). Reflections on the application of the Self-Science program from the perspective of students, parents, and teachers. Perspectives in Education.  [Download full text as author’s pre-production version]

Kearney, A. (2011). Action research using Six Seconds’ Self-Science Curriculum in a third grade classroom . Six Seconds.  http://www.6seconds.org/2011/10/16/eq-academic-achievement/

McCown, K (2003). From theory to practice: A personal history of Self-Science: Conversations. Perspectives in Education, 21(4), 69-80. [Abstract]

McCown, K, Jensen, A, & Freedman, J (2007): The Self-Science approach to social-emotional learning.  In  In R. Bar-On, J.G. Maree, &  M.J. Elias, (Eds.), Educating People to Be Emotionally Intelligent. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.  [Preview on Google Books]

McCown, K., Jensen, A. L., Freedman, J. M., & Rideout, M. C. (2010). Self-Science: Getting started with social emotional learning (3rd. ed.). San Mateo, CA: Six Seconds.

Shaw, M., Stillman, S. B., Cicero, G., Cross, D., & Lessard, D. (2010). Multimodal communication: A case study of organizational discourse and one-to-one mentoring at an online university. In U. Demiray, G. Kurubacak, & T. V. Yuzer (Eds.), Meta-Communication for Reflective Online Conversations. Hersey, PA: IGI Global.

Stillman, S. (2012). SEL research and practice: A global snapshot. AERA: Advances in SEL Research, 6(2), 13–15.

 

 

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