Mindfulness, psychological resilience and emotional intelligence as predictors of social emotional learning among a sample of student teachers
Abstract: The present study aimed at identifying the ability of Mindfulness, psychological resilience and emotional intelligence in predicting social emotional learning among a sample of student teachers at the Faculty of Education, Menoufia University. The sample of the study consisted of 286 student teachers (254 females, 28 males). Instrumentally, the present study used: Emotional-Social Learning Scale by Zhou and Jessie Ee, 2012 (modified to Arabic by the present study), Facility Mindfulness Questionnaire (FFMQ) by Baer, 2011(modified to Arabic by the present study), THE CONNOR-DAVIDSON RESILIENCE SCALE (CD-RISC 2003) modified to Arabic by the present study), Emotional Intelligence Scale Prepared by (Shoeib, 2012). The study results showed a statistically significant correlation at 0.01 level between emotional-social learning, Mindfulness, psychological resilience, and emotional intelligence among student teachers of the Faculty of Education, Menoufia University. It also results that variables as emotional intelligence, Mindfulness and psychological resilience contribute to the prediction of emotional-social learning.
Keywords: Emotional-social learning, Mindfulness, psychological resilience-emotional intelligence.
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