Keyword

Emotional Intelligence Academic Achievement

Abstract

This study aimed to know the viewpoint of faculty members at the World Islamic Sciences & Education University on the effect of emotional intelligence on students' achievement, and also aimed to investigate the effect of gender, experience, qualification, academic rank on the point of view of faculty members. The study sample consisted of 45 faculty members 21 males and 24 females from the World Islamic Sciences & Education University. Means and standard deviations and t-test were used to analyze the results. The results showed that there were statistically significant differences in the views of the faculty members on the effect of emotional intelligence on students' achievement, also showed a statistically significant differences at the level of significance (α ≥ 0,05) in their views attributed to the experience, as there are statistically significant differences at the level of significance (α ≥ 0,05) in their views attributed to gender, and results also showed the existence of clear statistically significant differences in the views of the faculty members on the effect of emotional intelligence on students' achievement due to the Qualification variable.


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