Empatic Emotional Maturization to Didactical Cards Working With Ces Elevies

  • Neaga Susanu Danubius University of Galati
Keywords: empathic level; teachers; students with CES; education

Abstract

 In this paper we tried to highlight the importance of empathic emotional maturation of teachers, who work with students with special educational requirements. In this regard, we have used a tool to measure this skill, reepective the Q.M.E.E. scale, which describes an affective vision of empathy. Following the application of the questionnaire we concluded that a large number of teachers (more than five years old in the activity with students with CES) have a lower level of empathy, which confirmed the hypothesis from which we left this study. Given the nature of the research that is both canstatative and prevention, and the category of investigation being of a psycho-clinical and psycho-educational nature, we have proposed for teachers working with students with CES, to participate in personal development group trainings.

Author Biography

Neaga Susanu, Danubius University of Galati

Senior Lecturer, PhD, Faculty of Communication and International Relations, Specialization Psychology

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Published
2021-03-16
Section
Articles