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Volume 210, 2020Innovative Technologies in Science and Education (ITSE-2020)
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Readiness to forgive as an educational strategy for the development of emotional intelligence in students
1 Southern Federal University. 344006, st. B. Sadovaya, 105/42, Rostov-on-Don, Russia
2 Don State Technical University. 344003, Gagarin Square 1, Rostov-on-Don, Russia
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One of the strategic objectives of education is the development of emotional intelligence. The paper examines the relationship between readiness to forgive and emotional intelligence with the level of subjective control. The study of emotional intelligence was carried out according to the method “Emotional intelligence” (N. Hall), the study of the level of subjective control was carried out according to the method of J. Rotter. To determine the level of readiness for forgiveness, the author's questionnaire "Readiness for forgiveness" was compiled. Readiness for forgiveness creates conditions for the development of a personality as a forgiver as well as the personality of the forgiven person. It appears as a result of deeper understanding of the traumatic situation and the reasons for its occurrence. Readiness to forgive, to our opinion, is a base tool for the transformation of emotional manifestation. We found a significant correlation between the integrative index of emotional intelligence and a level of a readiness for forgiveness. Subjects with a high readiness for forgiveness are capable of efficient regulation of their emotional sphere. Various forms of organization of group work help students to adjust their ideas about readiness for forgiveness, which contributes to the development of emotional intelligence, harmonization of both intrapersonal and interpersonal space. Formation of a deeper and adequate understanding of readiness for forgiveness is an important task of the education.
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