La inteligencia emocional y su relación con el rendimiento académico
Hernández Mercado, Milena Patricia
Ortega Hernández, Adriana Lucía
Tafur Barragán, Yenifer Del Rosario
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AbstractEducation for years has focused more on the intellect, forgetting the emotional part of children and young people, that is why this study aimed to analyze the relationship between emotional intelligence and academic performance, in the district educational institution Antonio José de Sucre, in which certain situations were observed that showed the lack of emotional intelligence of children when solving a problem, for which there was an incidence in the results of academic performance. This was evidenced through an observation of classes and an interview that was applied to the teachers. The project contains all the information and actions carried out through the development of each chapter, each one of the proposed objectives was met. The methodology used in this research is framed in a complementary approach of a rationalistic-deductive nature, using a non-experimental design, for the data collection of this research questionnaire instruments and technical sheets are used and the results were obtained through the documentary analysis and questionnaire techniques, in order to answer the problem question formulated at the beginning of this research, there was a population of 31 students of the fifth grade of primary school Antonio José de Sucre. Through the results and their respective analysis, it can be concluded that this research has been relevant, since it demonstrated the importance of emotional intelligence in the academic performance of students and how it influences both positively and negatively and not only academically but also in the daily life of each one of them. That is why it is important to educate children from a very young age, since at this age they are capable of absorbing the learning proposed in any activity like a sponge. The school must further enhance emotional intelligence if our objective is to educate young people capable of recognizing and regulating their own emotions.