Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research>2013>18>9>1322-1329
Nowadays, the global investment and the current governments' regulations demand that school policies improve students' achievements in class.This project examines smart schools' role on emotional intelligence of students in smart schools of sari. The methodology of this research is descriptive (interventional-case type) and we gathered data by using emotional intelligence Standard inventory of Bar-on and based on a pre- and post-test. Its statistical universe includes all students in the smart schools of sari (N=200); they were selected as research sample by census. We analyzed data by T-test. The results show that the smart schools influence on development and improvement of emotional intelligent components (interpersonal, intrapersonal, adjustment, will and control, general temperament).
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