Estudio de las direcciones de desarrollo del aprendizaje social y emocional en estudiantes de la especialidad de trabajo social

Palabras clave: aprendizaje social y emocional, inteligencia emocional, habilidades sociales, gestión de las emociones


Este artículo examina los niveles de los componentes que aseguran el desarrollo del aprendizaje social y emocional en estudiantes de trabajo social, incluyendo la inteligencia emocional, habilidades sociales y rendimiento académico. El estudio se llevó a cabo entre estudiantes de los cursos II-IV de la Universidad Odlar Yurdu de la República de Azerbaiyán que estudian trabajo social en septiembre de 2023. En el estudio participaron 88 estudiantes de trabajo social. Durante el estudio, se exploraron las posibilidades del aprendizaje social y emocional mediante la medición y aplicación de la inteligencia emocional, habilidades sociales y habilidades de autogestión. La investigación muestra que existe una relación positiva entre el nivel de logro académico y el nivel de habilidades sociales. Esta relación es significativa a un nivel de p=0.05 con un bajo nivel de logro académico. La relación entre los logros sociales, el rendimiento académico y la inteligencia emocional es significativa a un nivel de p=0.001. Estos hechos demuestran que existe una conexión entre los logros de los componentes del aprendizaje social y emocional y el aumento o disminución de la inteligencia emocional, así como un incremento en los logros académicos, su desarrollo puede sentar las bases para la formación de habilidades sociales.


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Biografía del autor/a

Aygun Qurbanova , Odlar Yurdu University, Bakı, Azerbaijan.

Master in Social work, Odlar Yurdu University, Koroglu Rahimov Street13, Bakı, Azerbaijan.

Lala Aliyeva , Odlar Yurdu University, Bakı, Azerbaijan.

Doctor in Psychology, Odlar Yurdu University, Koroglu Rahimov Street13, Bakı, Azerbaijan.

Shafa Kazımova, Odlar Yurdu University, Bakı, Azerbaijan.

Master in Pedagogy, Odlar Yurdu University, Koroglu Rahimov Street13, Bakı, Azerbaijan.

Sabina Muradova, Odlar Yurdu University, Baku, Azerbaijan.

Master in Pychology, Odlar Yurdu University, Baku, Azerbaijan.


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Qurbanova , A., Aliyeva , L., Kazımova, S., Muradova, S., & Asgerova , E. (2024). Estudio de las direcciones de desarrollo del aprendizaje social y emocional en estudiantes de la especialidad de trabajo social. Interacción Y Perspectiva, 14(2), 421-437.