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Revista de estudios y experiencias en educación

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Abstract

BULAS MONTORO, Mercedes; RAMIREZ CAMACHO, Ana Lorena  and  CORONA GALINDO, Manuel Gerardo. The importance of emotional competencies in teaching learning process at the graduate level. Rev. estud. exp. educ. [online]. 2020, vol.19, n.39, pp.57-73. ISSN 0718-5162.  http://dx.doi.org/10.21703/rexe.20201939bulas4.

The aim of this study is to communicate the existence of emotional competencies, both distant and close to well-being, in the aspirants to the Master's degree in Astrophysics at the National Institute of Optical and Electronic Astrophysics (INAOE), plus one of the teachers assigned to the group. First, an exploratory study on emotional competencies was designed for the nine students. Separately, but with two complementary intersection questions, the teacher's questions were asked. The results show 297 emotional competencies in the students. While 28% of them are far from well-being and 72% are close to it. Regarding the teacher, there were 39 emotional competences reported. In this case, 74% of the competencies are close to well-being, while 26% are far from it. In addition, it was found that 100% of students felt the emotional support of the teacher. Additionally, 89% stated that their emotional competencies, as well as those of the teacher, did impact their teaching and learning process.

Keywords : Emotional education; emotional competences; learning; well being.

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