In the last twenty years, the Peruvian Ministry of Education has been implementing and accompanying the measurement of learning achievements of students in basic education through large-scale national and international assessments. These studies are leading not only to know the causes of learning achievement, but to try to reverse some unwanted situation. The research, in process, on which this article is based, aims to identify how emotional intelligence influences the academic performance of secondary school students in an educational institution in Lima, Peru. This research was guided by the quantitative methodology and was used statistical methods to infer the relationships between emotional intelligence and academic performance of students in each curricular area, through data obtained by the BarOn ICE: NA test, and the qualifications of the students. The results verified the relationship between emotional intelligence and school performance, showing that the components of emotional intelligence vary according to the specific curricular area.
|Translated title of the contribution||Influence of emotional intelligence components on academic school performance: Analysis in an educational institution in Peru|
|Number of pages||17|
|Journal||South Florida Journal of Development|
|State||Published - 2021|