Level of Spiritual Intelligence Among Primary School Teachers in Ulu Selangor District, Selangor

Authors

  • Mohd Faizal Hassan
  • Syed Ahmad Ruslan Syed Abd Aziz

Keywords:

Spiritual Intelligence; Teacher; Primary School

Abstract

Teachers are individuals who are responsible for developing and improving the ability to manage spiritual intelligence among students. Therefore, it is important to be self-prepare in advance with a resolute spiritual intelligence. The question is, do the teachers now have a resolute spiritual intelligence and be ready for it? Therefore, this study will find answers to identify the level of spiritual intelligence among primary school teachers in the district of Hulu Selangor. The results of this study have shown that the level of spiritual intelligence of teachers is at a low level with a mean value of 1.67 (M=1.67). Based on gender, it shows that female teachers also have low levels of spiritual intelligence (M=1.83) while referring to the academic status, it shows that teachers with certificate holder have low levels (M=1.5) and teachers with less than 5 years of service periods (M=1.5) have a low level of spiritual intelligence too. These results are very perturbing, and it will affect the various aspects of the process of educating and developing a perfect nation-state. This is very vital because the spiritual intelligence aspect is closely related to the nature and influences of the human soul to have a meaningful and prosperous life.

Author Biographies

Mohd Faizal Hassan

Institut Pendidikan Guru Kampus Tengku Ampuan Afzan, Pahang Malaysia

Syed Ahmad Ruslan Syed Abd Aziz

Institut Pendidikan Guru Kampus Tengku Ampuan Afzan, Pahang Malaysia

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Published

2021-08-31

How to Cite

Mohd Faizal Hassan, & Syed Ahmad Ruslan Syed Abd Aziz. (2021). Level of Spiritual Intelligence Among Primary School Teachers in Ulu Selangor District, Selangor. Journal of Contemporary Social Science and Education Studies (JOCSSES), 1(2), 169–174. Retrieved from http://jocss.com/index.php/multidiscipline/article/view/70