Relationship Between Social Intelligence and Teaching Competency of Higher Secondary School Teachers

  • A Renugadevi Assistant Professor (Department of Education (SDE)), Bharathiar University, Coimbatore
  • M Nalinilatha Research scholar (Department of Education), Bharathiar University, Coimbatore
Keywords: Social Intelligence, Teaching Competency, Teacher attributes, Behavior pattern, Higher Secondary School Teachers, Teaching Learning process

Abstract

The objective of the study is to find the significant relationship between Social intelligence and teaching competency of higher secondary school teachers with reference to the background variables. Survey method was employed. Two tools are used in this study namely self-made Teaching competency scale and Social intelligence scale it is an adopted tool constructed by Dr.N.K.Chandha (1986).This tool deals with 6 factors of social intelligence . In the present study, social intelligence and teaching competency are the dependent variables. This social intelligence and teaching competency depends on some factors like gender, Educational qualification, Marital Status type of school, years of experience.. These are all the independent variables. The significant difference between the means of each pair of group is computed using Standard Deviation, „t test, ANOVA and Pearson’s Co-efficient Correlation. The findings are established and tabulated from the analysed data. The finding shows that there is no significant relation between social intelligence and teaching competency of higher secondary school teachers Finally, Interpretations, Recommendations are given by the investigator based on the findings. 

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2014-06-29
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Renugadevi, A., & Nalinilatha, M. (2014). Relationship Between Social Intelligence and Teaching Competency of Higher Secondary School Teachers. Shanlax International Journal of Education, 2(3), 43-47. Retrieved from https://www.shanlaxjournals.in/journals/index.php/education/article/view/2841
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