Identifying the underlying dimensions of teachers' emotional intelligence
Perry, Chris and Ball, Ian 2008, Identifying the underlying dimensions of teachers' emotional intelligence, Problems of education in the 21st Century. Peculiarities of contemporary education, vol. 7, pp. 89-98.
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Problems of education in the 21st Century. Peculiarities of contemporary education
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Within the area of educational research that has its focus on individual differences, the concept of emotional intelligence and its study in relation to the professional lives of teachers has raised considerable interest over the past decade. This article reports on data from a new measure of emotional intelligence specifically related to situations in the teaching environment. The four underlying dimensions that are identified in this study appear to be a more relevant way of characterising emotional intelligence for those in the teaching profession than other conceptualisations of emotional intelligence. The article concludes with an examination of the contention that emotional intelligence is strongly connected to effective teaching practice
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