Emotional Intelligence and Teaching Performance of Tertiary Faculty Members

Ruth E. Sanchez

Abstract


This paper investigated the influence of emotional intelligence on a person's success: teaching performance of the tertiary faculty of Caraga State University. The respondents were given the General Emotional Intelligence Scale to measure their emotional intelligence levels. The respondents' data on the teaching performance was a secondary data obtained from the Human Resource Management Services Office of the Caraga State University. The teaching performance was determined by the Teaching Efficiency Rating Scale.The results showed that the majority of the respondents were mainly distributed within the marked difficulty, the borderline and the efficient levels of emotional intelligence. A few of the respondents were within the both efficient and effective level of emotional intelligence. The least of the respondents were within the difficult level of emotional intelligence. The teaching performance of the majority of the respondents was within the rating of very good. A few of the respondents were rated very satisfactory and outstanding. Fewer still were the respondents who were rated unsatisfactory teaching performance. The least of the respondents were rated satisfactory teaching performance. These findings revealed a highly significant influence of emotional intelligence to success: teaching performance, which means that emotional intelligence influence a person's success specifically in teaching.

Keywords


emotional Intelligence, mental intelligence, teaching performance

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