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Online Submission, European Academic Research v1 n10 p3124-3138 Jan 2014

These are difficult times for educators who believe that learning is worth pursuing for its own sake and that the chief purpose of school is the nurturing of students as whole human beings. Higher test scores seem to be the order of the day. The adventure of learning, the wonder of nature and culture, the richness of human experience, and the delight in acquiring new abilities all seem to have been abandoned or severely curtailed in the classroom in this drive to meet quotas, deadlines, benchmarks, mandates, and targets. This study makes an attempt to find the effect of social intelligence on scholastic achievement. A bibliography is included.

Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Student Teachers, Interpersonal Competence, Social Psychology, Academic Achievement, Gender Differences, Personality Traits, Student Surveys, Statistical Analysis, Correlation, Predictor Variables





Author: Brindhamani, M.; Manichander, T.

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=2478&id=ED557157



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