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Teacher Effectiveness of Secondary School Teachers in Relation to Their Emotional Intelligence PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 23 August 2017 19:58

Ranju Bala (Assistant Professor, G.T.B. Khalsa College of Education, Dasuya, India)

DIP: 18.01.067/20170404


This study is aimed at (i) studying teacher effectiveness in relation to emotional intelligence and (ii) studying the correlation of teacher effectiveness and emotional intelligence. To achieve the purpose, Teacher Effectiveness Scale by Kulsum (2000) and Emotional Intelligence Scale by Hyde, Pethe and Dhar (2001) were employed. A sample of 200 secondary school teachers was selected on the basis of random sampling technique. Descriptive statistics were used to analyse the data. The t-value was applied. Results indicate a significant difference between teacher effectiveness among male and female & Govt. and Private secondary school teachers.  Findings on the basis of one way analysis of variance reveal that the group of secondary school teachers with high emotional intelligence is more effective than the group of teachers with average or low emotional intelligence. There exists positive and significant relationship between teacher effectiveness and emotional intelligence among secondary school teachers.

Keywords: Teacher Effectiveness, Emotional Intelligence, Secondary School Teachers

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Received: July 7 2017; Revision Received: August 8, 2017; Accepted: August 30, 2017

How to cite this article:

Bala R (2017). Teacher Effectiveness of Secondary School Teachers in Relation to Their Emotional Intelligence. International Journal of Indian Psychology, Vol. 4, (4), DIP:18.01.067/20170404, DOI:10.25215/0404.067


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