Volume 9, Issue 1, January 2020, Page: 9-13
Interdisciplinary Approach to Emotional Intelligence of Teacher of Musical Art
Ludmila Rakityanska, Department of Music Education, Singing and Choral Conducting, Kryviy Rih State Pedagogical University, Kryvyi Rih, Ukraine
Received: Dec. 25, 2019;       Accepted: Jan. 3, 2020;       Published: Jan. 17, 2020
DOI: 10.11648/      View  421      Downloads  150
The article focuses on the significance of the methodological knowledge as a foundation of any scientific research, in which the function of the research tools is performed by methodological approaches. The concept and the logic of the pedagogical research were based on the requirements of the general methodology and the specific one, the philosophical principle of the universal relationship and a complex of theoretical methods, viz.: the method of the study of scientific literature, the method of citation, the method of analysis, the method of generalization, and the method of historically conditioned philosophical analysis. In the process of studying the scientific literature, analysing the methodological positions of the leading scientists, citing their papers, it was found that the role of the interdisciplinary approach to the study of complex systems becomes more important at the present stage of the development of science; the essence of the interdisciplinary research in the field of education was revealed and the relevance of that research was substantiated as an indicator of the above field's qualitatively new level of development; it was proved that education needs a change in the specifics of the pedagogical research towards a fuller application of the interdisciplinary methodology. The application of the historically conditioned philosophical analysis has made it possible to find out the historic roots of the phenomenon of the emotional intelligence and to analyse its essential substance in the ontological and epistemological aspects. As an object of the psychological analysis, the emotional intelligence is represented as a complex psychic entity, whose scientific status is defined as a new type of cognitive capabilities based on the unity of the cognitive-affective processes of the human psyche. In the context of the social aspect, it has been established that the emotional intelligence belongs to the general structure of the social intelligence, whose characteristic feature is the efficiency of the interpersonal communication. The pedagogical aspect of the study of the emotional intelligence is outlined by various contexts. It has been concluded that the formation of the emotional intelligence of a future teacher of musical art as a professionally significant quality should be investigated in an interdisciplinary aspect for the purpose of obtaining a complete and comprehensive characterization of that phenomenon.
Interdisciplinary Approach, Emotional Intelligence, Teacher of Musical Art
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Ludmila Rakityanska, Interdisciplinary Approach to Emotional Intelligence of Teacher of Musical Art, Education Journal. Vol. 9, No. 1, 2020, pp. 9-13. doi: 10.11648/
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