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5.1 PSYCHOLOGY, Education, general, including:, 6. HUMANITIES
This paper considers the potential merits of emotional competency coaching for undergraduate students. We outline the findings from our previous work which showed, for example, that a sample of First Year undergraduate students failed to engage with coaching primarily because it was not a mandatory aspect of the curricula. An analysis of the National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ) - which details the specific learning outcomes that must be achieved by all Irish academic syllabi found that this framework makes scant reference to the development of social and emotional skills. Therefore, a revised working model of the NFQ is proposed, which incorporates learning outcomes related to emotional and social development at all levels of academic attainment.
Carthy, A., McCann, C., McGilloway, S. and McGuinness, C.(2013) Enhancing the academic and social learning of Irish undergraduates through emotional and social skills development. The All Ireland Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Vol. 5(3): http://ojs.aishe.org/index.php/aishe-j/article/view/123/192
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