Emotional Intelligence and Teaching Competencies

[Speaker] Akhmetova, Jamilya B:1
[Co-author] Kim, Alla M:1, Aidossova, Zhanerke K:1, Khon, Natalya N:2, Harnisch, Delwyn L:3
1:Al-Farabi Kazazkh National University (Kazakhstan), 2:Turan University (Kazakhstan), 3:University of Nebraska-Lincoln (United States of America)

Today, in the era of globalization required not highly specialized workers who possess a certain set of knowledge, abilities and skills (KAS), but those who have certain personality traits and demonstrate effective behavior in the process of solving the problems of professional activity. Emotional intelligence is one of the key components of highly competent teachers.
The aim of the research is to study the extent and nature of the relationship between emotional intelligence and teaching competencies. It's necessary to find various ways of emotional intelligence development to improve the education system.
The paper presents a systematic analysis of Western, Russian and Kazakhstan works on the issue of emotional intelligence and teaching, and the following emperical results: first, methodological similiarity of systemic approach in Kazakhstan and mixed-method approach in modern Western psychology; second, emotional intelligence is the most important construct that ensures the development of the effectiveness and success in teaching.
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