ERIC Number: EJ1104828
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2016
Abstractor: As Provided
How Emotion Matters in Four Key Relationships in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
Quinlan, Kathleen M.
College Teaching, v64 n3 p101-111 2016
The role of emotions in learning and teaching has largely been neglected in educational literature, particularly in higher education. Yet there are signs of increased interest in emotions in recent literature. This paper argues that emotions are a vital aspect of relationships. How we feel with and about others is central to the quality of those relationships. Thus, emotions matter in college teaching and learning as an aspect of enriching social and relational experiences that support student development. This paper discusses four key relationships in higher education: students with subject matter; students with teachers; students with other students; and students with their developing selves. For each key relationship, key literature is referenced, and suggestions for enhancing practice are offered.
Descriptors: Higher Education, Emotional Response, Emotional Intelligence, Teacher Student Relationship, Metacognition, Affective Behavior, Relevance (Education), Learner Engagement, Educational Practices, Peer Relationship, Teaching Experience, Learning Experience
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Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Evaluative
Education Level: Higher Education; Postsecondary Education
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