Design, Application and Evaluation of an Emotional Intelligence Program in Teacher Education: Quantitative Analysis

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Verónica Hernández Gutiérrez, Rocío Fragoso Luzuriaga

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The purpose of this paper is to design and apply an Emotional Intelligence (EI) program for teacher trainees as a fundamental component of the National Education System (NES). Feasibility was measured by means of a questionnaire applied to a total of 379 teachers in training in four semesters of three groups each. The results were analyzed from a quantitative perspective by means of tables and graphs that facilitate their interpretation. One of the main implications of this research is that the trainee teachers of the experimental group obtained passing results in the concepts test, but in the Trait Meta-Mood Scale (TMMS-24) test there were small modifications in adequate levels, which means that it is necessary to continue with the work prepared, organized, but above all based on theory, to know the history of how it has been developed and the current theoretical status of the basic concepts.

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