Multiple Abilities and Subjective Well-Being of Taiwanese Kindergarten Teachers
Abstract:In this study I analyzed self-rated subjective well-being and multiple abilities of 1,200 Taiwanese kindergarten teachers who came from various backgrounds. Results showed that levels of social intelligence, practical intelligence, and teaching efficacy were significantly higher for the kindergarten teachers who were married than they were for the kindergarten teachers who were not married. In addition, kindergarten teachers who had religious beliefs scored significantly higher on the scale of subjective well-being than did those who had no religious beliefs. Furthermore, the results indicated significant relationships among teachers' multiple abilities and their subjective well-being.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: February 1, 2013
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