The emotional intelligence and incidence in academic performance for bachelor level
Keywords:academic performance, emotional education, emotional intelligence
The United Nations Educational and Cultural Organization, believes that one of the main axes of orientation is emotional intelligence since individual skill will depend on it; taking into account, that education is the process of formation closely related to the affectivity related to emotions. Although some authors agree in several articles, this way of discussing emotion-related abilities must have generated, in each individual, there must be that general form of knowledge and skills that make this unfold in society interacting with emotional intelligence and affective expressing concepts about the subject. One of the problems, that Emotional Inelegancy, raises is that it compares with emotional competence the ignorance of this theory has produced a great interest in the educational environment as a way of improving educational quality and socio-emotional development, several publications allege positive changes within the classroom that started. As something, empirical ended with a construct developing the theories and instruments developed by providing development in the educational community and the classroom.
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