Gør som tusindvis af andre bogelskere
Tilmeld dig nyhedsbrevet og få gode tilbud og inspiration til din næste læsning.Ved tilmelding accepterer du vores persondatapolitik.
Du kan altid afmelde dig igen.
Overview of IQ / EQ There had been lot of research work done in the last few decades, on identifying the factors contributing to academic performance among students in learning institutions. They have almost arrived at a consensus on a variety factors like the students' IQ, socio economic status, motivation, peer-relationship, teacher-student relationship, parental involvement and personality. They have averred that the Intelligent Quotient is predominantly intertwined with every other factor. However, many recent and emerging studies reveal that IQ alone cannot be a reliable predictor of students' academic achievement. The few limitations of IQ are listed below: 1) IQ is the sum total of knowledge, skills and information learnt by the individual in a given environments, 2) One cannot scientifically judge or foretell the outcome in later life of the individual (say in job performance) based on the present IQ, 3) IQ is less effective when population, situations or tasks change, (Goleman, 1983) and 4) IQ tests measure only a restricted aspect of human intellectual ability (Robert Sternberg and Howard Gardner, (1983). Howard Gardner, (1983) coined the term ¿Multiple Intelligence' in 1983, when he postulated that interpersonal and intrapersonal intelligence are as important as the type of intelligence typically measured by IQ and related tests. Emotional Intelligence (EI) is defined as the ability to identify, assess, and control one's own emotions, the emotions of others, and that of groups. One of the most popular and most cited sources is Daniel Goleman's infamous book Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ. In his book Goleman (1995) claims that only 20% of a person's success can be attributed to IQ. Salovey and Mayer (1990) have defined Emotional intelligence as the ¿process of one's assessment of his own and others' emotions accurately, to express feelings appropriately and process of emotional information including the regulation of emotion to make the life better. Goleman (1995) has defined the emotional intelligence as recognizing and managing feelings, self-action, the ability of understanding the others' feelings and to,Vis mere
© 2023 Tales.dk Esromgade 15 | 2200 København N | Danmark | CVR: DK43351621