Author: Snježana Dubovicki
Author: Maja Brust Nemet
Year of publication: 2015
Source: Show
Pages: 227-238
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/tner.2015.42.4.19
PDF: tner/201504/tner20150419.pdf

Social competence (SC) is one of the most important competences required for successful performance of the teaching profession. Strengthening students’ social and emotional competences provides aid and support for lifelong learning and social and emotional implementation of the teaching process. By triangulating the results of a questionnaire, sociometry and interviews with students of teacher study, a significant level of social competence was observed. Students’ sociometric status is not in full accordance with their self-assessment of SC, so more frequent are the allocations of popular students, but one rejected. SC is usually acquired in the family; college is placed in second place, which increases the importance of this issue in terms of intentional education.

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