Enhancing education with EI

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The effects of outdoor training on the development of emotional intelligence among undergraduate tourism students – ScienceDirect

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1473837617300552

Outdoor training programs had a positive effect on students emotional intelligence…

Emotional Intelligence

I am currently at the end of a doctoral program. It is hard to believe that it has been 3.5 years since I started this journey. Praying that tomorrow I find out my prospectus has been approved, and I can really start working on my proposal (the first 3 chapters of my dissertation). After my proposal is approved, I can begin research on the emotional intelligence of parents and school choice. I am excited about studying emotional intelligence. I don’t think it has been studied enough. Ultimately, I would like to see if I am able to “teach” emotional intelligence to my parents, if it will change how well their children do at our school.

My study will be a quantitative study, with a correlational design. I recently found this article:

http://iaiest.com/dl/journals/4-%20IAJ%20of%20Humanities/v4-i4-oct-dec2017/paper1.pdf.

http://iaiest.com/dl/journals/4-%20IAJ%20of%20Humanities/v4-i4-oct-dec2017/paper1.pdf

Or, should I say it found me. It is also a correlational design study, looking at the emotional intelligence of boys, in high school, in Iran and internet addiction. A quick glance showed that there is a significant relationship between the emotional intelligence of boys, in high school, in Iran, and internet addiction.

Pretty sure this can be useful to me down the road.

Seyyedan, S. A. The Relationship between Emotional Intelligence and Internet Addiction in Secondary School Students in Torbat-e-Heydarieh.

An excerpt from the methodology:

The present research is a descriptive correlational study in which the relationship between emotional intelligence and the tendency to internet addiction is investigated.

The target population of this study included all second-grade high school boys in Torbat-e-Heidariyeh.

The sample of the research was selected through a one-step cluster sampling method. A high school was selected and then the sample was selected randomly from among this high school students.

Data collection tools in this research were two questionnaires:

1- The Bar-Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire, which is the first transcultural questionnaire to assess emotional intelligence and has 90 questions. This test was performed in three stages in Iran. After making some changes in the original text of the questionnaire, deleting or modifying some questions and resetting questions of each scale, the questionnaire was reduced from 117 questions to 90 questions.

2- Young Internet addiction test, one of the most authoritative tests for online addiction testing, was developed by Dr. Kimberly Young. The questionnaire has 20 questions and aims to measure the extent of addiction to the Internet in different people. Its response range is Likert and has five degrees. This is a standard questionnaire and its validity and reliability have been reported in previous studies with Cronbach’s alpha of 0.90. Persian version of this scale has been used in Iran and its reliability has been confirmed by Cronbach’s alpha 0.81 and Ghasemzadeh with 0.88 Cronbach’s alpha (quoted by Bahri et al., 2011).

Research methodology

The present research is a descriptive correlational study in which the relationship between emotional intelligence and the tendency to internet addiction is investigated.

The target population of this study included all second-grade high school boys in Torbat-e-Heidariyeh.

The sample of the research was selected through a one-step cluster sampling method. A high school was selected and then the sample was selected randomly from among this high school students.

Data collection tools in this research were two questionnaires:

1- The Bar-Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire, which is the first transcultural questionnaire to assess emotional intelligence and has 90 questions. This test was performed in three stages in Iran. After making some changes in the original text of the questionnaire, deleting or modifying some questions and resetting questions of each scale, the questionnaire was reduced from 117 questions to 90 questions.

2- Young Internet addiction test, one of the most authoritative tests for online addiction testing, was developed by Dr. Kimberly Young. The questionnaire has 20 questions and aims to measure the extent of addiction to the Internet in different people. Its response range is Likert and has five degrees. This is a standard questionnaire and its validity and reliability have been reported in previous studies with Cronbach’s alpha of 0.90. Persian version of this scale has been used in Iran and its reliability has been confirmed by Cronbach’s alpha 0.81 and Ghasemzadeh with 0.88 Cronbach’s alpha (quoted by Bahri et al., 2011).