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Action Research on Emotional Intelligence Education in Junior High Integrative Activities Curriculum
Junior high school students
Journey to intimacy curriculum
This study aimed to investigate how teachers developed the emotional intelligence curriculum, its impacts on junior high school students and the teacher-student interaction, as well as the professional growth the researcher might achieve while developing the curriculum. This study took the seventh graders who received the emotional intelligence curriculum as its research subjects and found that; (1) Emotional intelligence curriculum helps students to express themselves, to discern their emotions and to manage conflicts. Emotional intelligence education provides students with an alternative learning method; it allows students to learn to express emotions, to feel other people's encouragement and praise, and to get a positive learning experience in a loving learning environment. (2) Emotional intelligence curriculum has positive effects on teacher-student interaction; it makes the interaction between teachers and students more diversified. (3) Besides enhancing teaching skills, developing the curriculum and doing an action research on it could effectively enhance a teacher’s professional knowledge and abilities. According to the research results, this study made several suggestions respectively for schools and educational administrative units, junior high school teachers, parents and also for future research.
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