The Development of Emotional Intelligence Inventory for Adolescent
The purpose of this study is to develop the emotional intelligence inventory (EII). Pretest scores were obtained from 945 subjects among general high school, industrial high school and business high school students in Taiwan. Data analysis methods, based on methodologies reviewed from relevant literature, include statistical instruments for content validity, plus exploratory factor analysis, Pearson correlation, an independent t-test and reliability analysis measures. The EII is comprised of six factors: Firstly, facilitating thought is the ability to perceive emotions for thinking, choosing, planning, solving problems, inspiring, and to increasing self maturity. Secondly, emotional management is the ability to use strategies for improving emotional intensity – diminishing negative emotion or maintaining positive emotions. Thirdly, emotional perception is the ability to identify and understand others’ emotions and the true feelings, perceiving of possible emotional status to make correct decisions. Fourthly, emotional awareness is the ability to be open to feelings, understand the truth behind those feelings, and awareness of others’ emotions. Fifth, emotional concern can praise others’ achievements actively and comfort friends’ when experiencing loss .On the other hand, sharing personal happiness and sadness with others is also included. Lastly, emotional control involves regulating personal impulse when facing interpersonal conflict and anger. The coefficients of Cronbach’s alpha were from .69 to .83 for the six factors and .89 in the EII. These factors could be explained from 53.8 % of the total variance.
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The International Journal of Learning, Volume 14, Issue 5, pp.7-16.
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Dean and professor, College of Technology, National Changhua University of Education, Changhua, Taiwan
Dr. Farn-Shing Chen is Dean and Professor of the College of Technology at the National Changhua University of Education (NCUE) in Taiwan. He earned his Ph.D. (1995) from the Department of Industrial Education and Technology at Iowa State University in the United States. Since 2001, he has served as professor in the Department of Industrial Education and Technology at NCUE. He teaches courses in micro-processing technology, electronic interfacing and educational research. His research interests include instructional methodology, cooperative learning, problem-based learning and educational assessment. Professor Chen has published 65 technological and educational papers in refereed journals and conference proceedings, and has supervised 75 students pursuing graduate and doctoral degrees in his field.
Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Industrial Education and Technology, National Changhua University of Education, Changhua, Taiwan
Ying-Ming Lin is a Ph.D. Candidate at the Department of Industrial Education and Technology at NCUE in Taiwan. Not only has he worked for 23 years as teacher at an industrial high school, but also has joined the faculty at the university as a part-time lecturer. Beside the abundant teaching experience, he also made every endeavor regarding curriculum and teaching material administration i.e., engineering drawing, computer-assisted learning and manufacturing processes. His educational research interests include problem solving strategies, cooperative learning and inventory development. He has published nearly six books, eight conference papers and fifteen journal articles.
assistant professor, Institute of Health Care Management, Central Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taichung, Taiwan
Dr. Ching-Yuan Chen is an assistant professor of the Institute of Health Care Management at the Central Taiwan University of Science and Technology in Taiwan. He earned his Ph.D. (2005) from the College of Business at De La Salle-Araneta University in the Philippines. Since 2005, he has served as assistant professor in the Institute of Health Care Management at the Central Taiwan University of Science and Technology. He teaches courses in management, and research method. His research interests include methodology and management. Professor Chen has published 12 management papers in refereed journals and conference proceedings, and has supervised 15 students pursuing undergraduate and graduate degrees in his field.
Graduated, Department of Industrial Education and Technology, National Changhua University of Education, Changhua, Taiwan
Miss Tu is a graduated student at the Department of Industrial Education and Technology at NCUE in Taiwan. Her enthusiasm in doing research based on two years of elementary school teaching experience. Finishing her thesis in the second year of her graduate studies is her current focus, with longer terms intent to extend her studies abroad.
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