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The aim of this research includes examination of emotional intelligence and problem-solving skills of teachers working in Anatolian High Schools, which are secondary education institutions. 663 teachers working in 13 Anatolian High Schools in Karşıyaka and Balçova districts of İzmir province include the subject of the research in the 2019-2020 academic years. Its sample consists of 246 teachers selected by random sampling. The research is a descriptive, quantitative study in the general screening model. “Personal Information Form”, “Trait Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire – Short Form (TEIQue-SF)” and “The Social Problem-Solving Inventory-Short Form (SPSI: S) scales have been used as a data collection tool. As a result of the research, according to emotional intelligence trait scale-SF, statistically significant differences have been found between men and women in subjective well-being subscale. According to emotional intelligence other scale scores and the social problem-solving scale, significant difference has not been found among the variables of gender, age, education, professional seniority. Positive linear meaningful relationship has been found between emotional intelligence and problem-solving. The higher emotional intelligence score, the more problem-solving skill and the more problem-solving skill, the more emotional intelligence —.
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