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Goroshit, Mariana; Hen, Meirav – Journal of Education and Training Studies, 2014
Research has shown that teachers' self-efficacy and empathy are two of the most important variables consistently related to outcomes of positive teaching and student learning. Emotional self-efficacy refers to peoples' judgment regarding their own capacity to process emotional information accurately and effectively. It is considered a powerful…
Descriptors: Self Efficacy, Emotional Response, Teacher Attitudes, Empathy
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Hen, Meirav; Goroshit, Marina – Cogent Education, 2016
Teachers' social-emotional competence is crucial for promoting a positive learning environment to the students. However, the research on teachers' social-emotional abilities is very limited. This study examined the relationship between emotional abilities and self-efficacies and empathy among teachers, hypothesizing that teachers' self-efficacy…
Descriptors: Teacher Competencies, Interpersonal Competence, Emotional Development, Interpersonal Relationship
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Goroshit, Marina; Hen, Meriav – Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice, 2016
Teachers' social-emotional competencies seem to play a significant role in promoting social-emotional learning in schools. Empathic teachers were found to possess a higher level of morality; to communicate more successfully with their students; to encourage them to forge empathic relationships; and to successfully motivate their students. Yet,…
Descriptors: Empathy, Self Efficacy, Foreign Countries, Questionnaires
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Dedousis-Wallace, Anna; Shute, Rosalyn; Varlow, Megan; Murrihy, Rachael; Kidman, Tony – Educational Psychology, 2014
This study with 326 girls-school teachers developed and tested a model of predictors of the likelihood that teachers will intervene in indirect bullying, and evaluated a professional development presentation. Teachers responded to bullying vignettes before and after a presentation on indirect bullying (Experimentals) or adolescent mental health…
Descriptors: Single Sex Schools, Females, Intervention, Teacher Role
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Kasler, Jonathan; Hen, Meirav; Nov, Adi Sharabi – International Journal of Higher Education, 2013
The importance of emotion in the process of learning interpersonal communication in educational settings has been well documented. We administered the Schutte Self-Report Emotional Intelligence Test (Schutte et al., 1998), the Interpersonal Reactivity Index (Davis, 1980), and the Emotional Self-Efficacy Scale (Kirk et al., 2008) to 50…
Descriptors: Teacher Competencies, Emotional Development, Teacher Characteristics, Interpersonal Communication
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Bostic, Timothy B. – Journal of Research in Education, 2014
The purpose of this research study was to ascertain whether there is a relationship between teachers' cognitive role taking aspect of empathy and the Virginia Standards of Learning (VSOL), English/Reading scores of their students. A correlational research design using hierarchical multiple regression was used to look for this relationship. In…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Empathy, Standardized Tests, Scores