The theory emphasises the experiences derived from relationships : A Part from the Book Chapter : Understanding the Connection between Emotional Intelligence and Interpersonal Relations among University Upgrading (Grade V) Teacher Students

Teaching and Nursing Similarities

The study was guided by Peplau’s theory of IR (1952) Senn]. Although the theory was developed for nursing, it was chosen because of the closeness of nursing to teaching in terms of the nature of interaction with people. The theory emphasises the experiences derived from relationships, and the need for and goals of those experiences. Like nursing, teaching is an interpersonal process that involves interaction between two or more individuals with a common goal. Stewart & Klein, argue that it is important to consider the application of theory at the outset of research rather than at the point of data analysis. Rivers et al. in defining EI point out four relatively distinct emotional abilities which include perceiving, using, understanding and managing emotion. This model differs from those postulated by Bar-On and Parker, Goleman, Petrides and Furnham, and Wong et al. Useful emotion enables proper labelling of emotions leading to more positive social interactions, as opposed to deficits in labelling that lead to the display of behavioural and learning problems. The university upgrading (Grade V) teacher students expressed positive and negative emotions even in relation to interpersonal interactions.

Author(s) Details:

Helen Christine Amongin Waiswa
Department of Educational, Social and Organizational Psychology, Makerere University, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, School of Psychology, P.O. Box 7062, Kampala, Uganda.

Peter K. Baguma
Department of Educational, Social and Organizational Psychology, Makerere University, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, School of Psychology, P.O. Box 7062, Kampala, Uganda.

Joseph Oonyu
Department of Science Education, Makerere University, College of Education and External and Distance Education, Uganda.


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