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Psychology  2019 

Emotional Intelligence in Instructional Design and Education

DOI: 10.4236/psych.2019.102011, PP. 132-139

Keywords: Emotional Intelligence, Instructional Design, Teacher Training, Online Education

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Emotional knowledge informs much of our understanding, and yet, it is rarely formally considered in school. This study involves the investigation of emotional intelligence in education, specifically through online teacher education. Emotional intelligence theories were included in an online course in cognition and critical thinking in education as foundational psychological frameworks to apply to educational practice. Participants studied and applied theories in emotional intelligence in lesson designs and educational projects. Lesson Designs were full-length lessons for inclusion of applications of theory. Project Designs were group projects incorporating theory into an educational resource. Lesson and project designs were analyzed for application of emotional intelligence theory in instructional design.

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