Impact of emotional intelligence on teaching effectiveness of private secondary school teachers
Author(s): Madiha Parvez, Mujibul Hasan Siddiqui and Dr. SM Ahmer
Abstract: The study aims to measure the relationship and impact of emotional intelligence on the teaching effectiveness of Private secondary school teachers of Aligarh District, Uttar Pradesh, and data was collected adopting a simple random sampling technique. The sample size of the study consists of 155 total teachers of private schools including both genders. SPSS analysis was done to carry out the results. Two standardized questionnaires were used having good reliability and validity. Correlation and regression statistics were used for analysis. The findings of the study revealed that Emotional intelligence has played a crucial role in the teaching effectiveness of private secondary school teachers either male or female. As results are highly significant and strongly correlated indicating that for effective teaching in the classroom emotions of a teacher are very important for better outcomes of educational objectives. The research's primary weaknesses are its limited sample size and the unwillingness of respondents to complete the questionnaire. The study has several implications for education researchers, education policymakers, school administration, etc. to focus on generating emotional intelligence among secondary school teachers as well as teaching effectiveness by incorporating better practices in school in order to ensure quality teaching.
Madiha Parvez, Mujibul Hasan Siddiqui, Dr. SM Ahmer. Impact of emotional intelligence on teaching effectiveness of private secondary school teachers. Int J Literacy Educ 2023;3(2):80-86. DOI: 10.22271/27891607.2023.v3.i2b.150