The Effect Of Student Emotional Intelligence And Locus Of Control On Perception Of Online Learning And Traditional Classroom Effectiveness

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Introduction
This study will examine the influence of student emotional intelligence and locus of control on the perception of online learning and traditional classroom effectiveness. Learning is very complicated variable, which has been affected by multiple factors such as emotional intelligence, and locus of control. Mayer and Salovey (1997) research on emotional intelligence theory observed that emotional intelligence is one of the most important intelligence and competence to promote and regulate personal intellectual growth and social relational growth (Mayer & Salovey, 2007). But in the traditional classroom the emotions have been found to affect student cognitive learning as well as teacher’s instructional behavior. The student intellectual emotion intelligence is a critical factor in conducting positive interaction in online learning (Mayer, & Salovey 1997). More than two-thirds of post-secondary instructors rate the online educational environment to be either the same or superior to the traditional setting (Lindsey, Rice, 2015). Emotional intelligence has been described as skill, knowledge, and understanding which can guide us with our self –awareness to understand others better. Several numbers of studies have been conducted concerning emotional intelligence and locus of control. Bennett (1990) believed that the style of learning is a steady pattern in behavior action through which a person acquires the necessary experiences. The emotions we perceive can

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