Definition

Emotional intelligence describes adaptive interpersonal and intrapersonal emotional functioning (Kirk, Schutte, & Hine, 2008) and indicates the extent to which a person can appraise and regulate emotions in self and others, and utilize emotions for problem solving (Schutte et al., 1998).

This competence can be assessed according to the following three students’ mastery levels:

Introductory level

Does not recognise emotions and their impact on him/her self and on others.

Intermediate level

Recognises emotions and their impact on him/her self and on others.

Advanced level

Recognises, gives value and manages emotions and their impact on him/her self and on others.


Tools for Assessment

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