Predictive Efficiency of Spiritual Intelligence and Cultural Intelligence on Emotional Maturity of Student Teachers at Secondary Level

Abstract

The study was designed with the objective of analyzing the predictive efficiency of Spiritual Intelligence and Cultural Intelligence on the Emotional Maturity of student teachers at the secondary level. In this study, Student Teachers at Secondary Level means students who are training to be teachers at the secondary level under the supervision of a certified teacher educator in order to qualify for a degree in education. This was studied through the statistical techniques percentage analysis, Karl Pearson product-moment coefficient of correlation, Fisher's test, Partial Correlation (P), Test of significance of P, Multiple correlation (R), Test of significance of R, and Multiple Regression Analysis. The study was conducted on a sample of 400 students of student teachers from Alappuzha, Pathanamthitta, Kollam, and Thiruvananthapuram districts in Kerala, India. Multiple Regression Equation formulated by multiple regression analysis revealed that each of the associate variables, Spiritual Intelligence and Cultural Intelligence is a significant predictor of Emotional Maturity of student teachers at the secondary level, and was found that Emotional Maturity can be predicted by using the formula Emotional Maturity = 90.355 + (1.684 × Spiritual Intelligence) + (0.039 × Cultural Intelligence)



Author Information
Jemy Jose Mathew, Christ (Deemed to be University), Bengaluru, India
Malini P.M., N.S.S. Training College, India

Paper Information
Conference: BCE2022
Stream: Mind

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