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2022 ◽  
Vol 2022 ◽  
pp. 1-8
Author(s):  
Hemaid Alsulami

The present study aims to examine the relationship of instructors’ emotional intelligence (EI) with the satisfaction index of their corresponding students. For this purpose, data were collected from 650 full-time students and 6 male instructors from a major Middle Eastern University. Emotional intelligence of the instructors was measured with the help of average of students’ responses with the weightage of each assessing parameter, i.e., self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, and relationship management which also reflected the students’ satisfaction index (SSI). Moreover, authenticity of the data was confirmed with the help of Cronbach’s alpha, and the analysis of data was carried out using descriptive statistics, correlation, and box plots. The students’ satisfaction index is calculated by correlating various parameters such as comfort, skill, learning, and motivation in order to identify the most critical parameter. For identifying the most critical parameter, box plots are used. Final results reveal a strong correlation of instructor’s EI with student satisfaction index (r = 0.951, p < 0.005 , F >> Fcritical). Findings of the study can be beneficial to highlight the importance of students’ satisfaction index (SSI) which is correlated with instructor’s EI.


2022 ◽  
Vol 3 (1) ◽  
Author(s):  
Sumarto Sumarto ◽  
Ahamad Faosiy Ogunbado

This paper discusses Leadership and Islam Wasathiyah Perspective of The Qur'an, Hadith and 'Ulama. The leadership displayed by a leader is an implication of his ability to manage his emotional intelligence and spiritual intelligence. Goleman in Abd. Kadim Masaong said that optimizing the management of emotional intelligence will produce four competency domains that are very effective in creating a leadership style, namely, the domains of selfawareness, self-management, social awareness and relationship management. Tawassuth is an attitude that is in the middle or between two attitudes, namely not too far to the right (fundamentalist) and too far to the left (liberalist). With this tawassuth attitude, Islam will be easily accepted in all walks of life. The character of tawassuth in Islam is the middle point between the two ends and it is a virtue that has been placed by Allah Subhana wata'ala from the start. The value of tawassuth, which has become a principle in Islam, needs to be applied in all fields so that the religion of Islam and the religious expressions of Muslims become witnesses of measuring the truth for all human attitudes and behavior in general.


2022 ◽  
Author(s):  
Tushar Chaudhuri ◽  
Renia Lopez-Ozieblo ◽  
Valérie Martinez

2021 ◽  
pp. 095042222110697
Author(s):  
James D Byrd ◽  
Douglas L Smith ◽  
Marilyn M Helms

Service learning for business students is an important activity for learning professionalism while adding volunteer and leadership experiences to their resume. The purposeful inclusion of in-field volunteerism in the accounting curriculum by participation in the USA’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program each spring offers a host of additional benefits for students, as well as their communities and educational institutions. To better understand and identify these stakeholder benefits, the authors surveyed participants and found that students gained both career building work skills and community and social awareness, while community participants increased their personal satisfaction. Given the overall student benefits from participation, the second phase of the exploratory research examined ways to increase student participation for future VITA programs, because the success of any VITA program depends on both the strength and the presence of sufficient student volunteers. Faculty suggestions for recruiting are presented along with areas for future research.


Author(s):  
Cansu Nur Simsek

The Flutter of Butterflies Beyond Borders (2016) is an interactive digital installation by an interdisciplinary art collective teamLab based in Japan. The title of the artwork urges critical questions and implications such as, are the butterflies or the participants beyond the borders of digital technologies in this work? How and why are these borders shaped? If we consider the digital butterflies as the substitute for nature, who has control over nature beyond borders, digital technology, or human? The work situates the human body not only as a part of its natural environment but also as the dominant factor for shaping nature's future as well as the work's. Participants become gradually more aware of their behaviors that impact the continuity and well-being of the natural environment through the experience of intimate interaction with the artwork, particularly with their physical touch. By building a digitized nature installation, the artists create an experience not to prioritize the illusory sense of visuality but to increase and manipulate social awareness of the natural environment. This media artwork presents an exceptional and timely experience with its comments on the contemporary ecological turn through the entanglement of humans, nature, and technology.


2021 ◽  
pp. 004208592110684
Author(s):  
Carlos P. Hipolito-Delgado ◽  
Dane Stickney ◽  
Ben Kirshner ◽  
Courtney Donovan

Critical pedagogies often prioritize critical thinking and social awareness at the expense of preparing urban youth for social action. Though sociopolitical efficacy is argued to bridge critical reflection and social action, this relationship is undetermined. We argue that critical reflection and sociopolitical efficacy are independent predictors of sociopolitical action. We surveyed 158 high-school students and found that critical reflection and sociopolitical efficacy were positively related to sociopolitical action. Additionally, participation in transformative student voice (TSV) and classroom leadership opportunities positively influenced sociopolitical efficacy. We argue that educators and community organizers should promote leadership development and TSV activities to encourage youth sociopolitical efficacy and action.


2021 ◽  
Vol 10 (4) ◽  
pp. 48-57
Author(s):  
A. G. Petrov ◽  
N. V. Abramov ◽  
D. Yu. Sedyh ◽  
V. V. Kashtalap

Aim. To develop a methodological approach in order to predict the risk of noncompliance in patients with myocardial infarction.Methods. 416 patients were questioned in the single-centered, prospective, non-randomized study using the original author's method. The patients were treated in specialized cardiological departments of the city of Kemerovo with the diagnosed myocardial infarction. The methodological approach to predicting the risk of non-compliance in patients with myocardial infarction covered 29 factors in 6 main blocks: sociodemographic and socio-economic characteristics, health status, medical and pharmaceutical culture of the patient, awareness of medical and pharmaceutical services, patient adherence to medical recommendations.Results. Patients with myocardial infarction were characterized by insufficient adherence to the therapy, low awareness of the disease, which can negatively affect the longterm disease prognosis. The identification of a large number of subjective factors limiting adherence to the therapy is the reason for the widespread use of noncompliance risk measurement among patients with myocardial infarction, which will allow determining the range of the risk group for each individual patient.Conclusion. The adherence to the treatment of patients with myocardial infarction is revealed as 80% which is indicated as low and requires the prophylactic use of educational and psychological programs that increase medical and social awareness and readiness to comply with the doctor's recommendations, and also justifies the need for complex risk measurement of non-compliance patients for personalized identification and addressing risk factors for poor adherence to therapy. 


2021 ◽  
Vol LXXXII (5) ◽  
pp. 387-398
Author(s):  
Hubert Iwanicki ◽  
Agnieszka Lacek

The article focuses on the issues related to the education system of students with special educational needs. At the beginning, the concept of "parental attitude" was analysed and the main typology of parental attitudes was discussed. Then the concept and the essence of special educational needs and integrate education, inclusive education were explained along with the relationship between them. The organization of integrate education was also characterized. The main part of the publication is devoted to the presentation of the results of research carried out in order to learn about and present the attitudes of parents of children with normal development towards the education system of pupils with special educational needs. The research was carried out using the diagnostic survey method and survey technique. These studies have shown that parents of children with normal development mostly have a positive attitude towards the education system of students with special educational needs. Only some of them, who are in the minority, present a strongly or rather negative attitude. Parents of children with normal development demonstrate a great knowledge about the integrate education system. There is no doubt that the entire modern education system is currently struggling with criticism not only from parents and educators, but also from the students themselves. An important activity that should take place in every educational institution is, above all, the promotion of the idea of integration. Both the integrate and inclusive education system is the future of education in Poland. That is why it is so important and necessary to undertake educational activities that increase knowledge and social awareness in this area. Thus, the creation of integrated classes becomes an opportunity for children with special educational needs because functioning in such a class enables proper social development with peers with normal development.


2021 ◽  
pp. 104973232110581
Author(s):  
Sarju Sing Rai ◽  
Elena V. Syurina ◽  
Ruth M. H. Peters ◽  
Annisa Ika Putri ◽  
Irwanto Irwanto ◽  
...  

A constructivist grounded theory approach was used to understand how some people living with stigmatized health conditions develop positive deviance to overcome stigma. We examined interviews from 13 identified positive deviants living with four different stigmatized health conditions (HIV, leprosy, schizophrenia, and diabetes) in Indonesia. Positive deviance develops in the form of psychological empowerment through improvement of self-belief and perception (intrapersonal component), development of understanding and skill to exert control in life (interactional component), and self-discovery of successful behaviors and strategies to avert stigma (behavioral component). Positive deviants, after being empowered, start empowering others affected by sharing their knowledge and fostering social awareness and acceptance. The findings revealed the presence of problem-solving ability and agency within the community of stigmatized individuals in Indonesia and warrant researchers to partner with the community to expedite the diffusion of transferable positive deviant strategies within and outside the communities.


2021 ◽  
Vol 16 (4) ◽  
pp. 89-95
Author(s):  
Mohammad Shamsal Islam ◽  
Bimal Chandra Das ◽  
Mohammad Musa Meah ◽  
Sanjoy Kumer Paul ◽  
Ashim Kumar Saha ◽  
...  

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to present a better understanding of the specialized telehealth service in Bangladesh from the service provider and service recipients by aged people Method: Both quantitative and qualitative methods were used to collect data from Diabetes Mellitus (DM) patients. Data were collected by online telephone interviewing with an interview schedule. A total of 100 aged people with diabetes were selected purposively for a quantitative interview and 10 In-depth Interviews (IDIs) & Key Informant Interviews (KIIs) were conducted. Result: The majority of patients aged was between 61 to 68 years with a mean age of 63.6 ± 7.01years. The difference of age of DM patients by sex was found statistically significant (x2 = 39.49, df = 31; Cramer’s V = .032; P=<.003). The main source of information about digital health was: relatives (55%), neighbors (31%), television (12%), newspaper (10%), social media (9%), and healthcare providers (6%). Strong relationship was found between age of respondents and sources of information (x2= 77.08; Cramer’s V= .032, df = 13; Sig; P= < .009). About 59% of DM patients were benefited from telehealth services during COVID-19, however; they encountered some difficulties like effective access to digital technology, cost, and diagnosis facilities. About 83% of respondents suggest formalizing community engagement programs to extend the digital health services during a health emergency. The common barriers to the engagement of community people in digital health care are lack of social awareness, lack of peer group support, and gender disparities. Poor counseling, language barrier, bad internet signal, and lack of family members' support were the key barriers during teleconsultation services. Conclusion: Telehealth has the potential to address critical health issues of aged people and effective community engagement may be the best option to reach older people with diabetes in Bangladesh during any health emergency.


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