Study profiles.

Aimed at adolescents between 14 and 18 years of age in the educational stages of 3rd, 4th of ESO, 1st and 2nd of Bachillerato. The students of the Aula TEA of the center were excluded from this study, although they have been included in a specialized one.

Evaluation methodology.

The questionnaires administered in January and June focus on crucial areas such as happiness, frustration tolerance, empathy, emotional expression and social skills. The assessment is done through specific scales and questions designed to measure significant changes over time.

Object of analysis.

This report focuses on comparing the results obtained in both evaluations, highlighting areas of improvement, significant emotional changes and transformations in the social skills of the participants. A technical and quantitative approach is used to provide an objective view of the evolution experienced by the adolescents throughout the program.

Significance of the results.

The results presented not only reflect the individual response of the participants, but also provide an overall view of the impact of the project on the students participating in the project. Trends, correlations and significant changes will be explored to understand the direct influence of "Dancing Emotions" on emotional well-being and social skills.

Conclusions and recommendations.

Informed conclusions and recommendations will then be offered to guide future interventions. The information gathered will contribute to improving and personalizing the program, ensuring its continued positive impact on the emotional well-being and social skills of the adolescents involved.

I. Assessment of emotional well-being.

1. Self-esteem and happiness scale.

  • In January, 45.65% of participants were in a neutral state of happiness, while in June this percentage decreased to 26.09%. An increase of 21.56% is observed in those reporting higher levels of happiness.
  • Perceptions of emotional well-being have experienced a positive change, suggesting a greater satisfaction with life and a deeper connection to the activities of the "Dancing Emotions" project.
01. Results of self-esteem scale questionnaires.02. Results of generalized self-efficacy scale questionnaires.

2. Frustration Tolerance Assessment:

  • In January, 36.96% found it difficult to control their anger, while in June, this percentage decreased to 25.00%, indicating an 11.96% improvement in anger and frustration management.
  • The project intervention has contributed to strengthening coping skills, reducing impulsivity and fostering greater emotional control.
03. Results of scale questionnaires for the evaluation of frustration tolerance.

3. Empathy Scale:

  • The ability to understand and share the emotions of others has experienced a significant increase. In January, 58.70% indicated understanding how someone who is depressed feels, while in June this percentage increased to 81.25%.
  • This increase suggests that the project has contributed to cultivating greater empathy, strengthening emotional connections among participants.
04. Results of scale questionnaires for the evaluation of empathy.

4. Evaluation of the Expression, Management and Recognition of Emotions:

  • Attention paid to feelings has experienced an increase of 21.81%, reflecting greater emotional awareness and a reflective approach to one's own emotions and those of others.
  • Participation in "Dancing Emotions" has encouraged greater emotional self-exploration and healthy expression of emotions.
05. Results of scale questionnaires for the evaluation of the expression, management and recognition of emotions.05. Results of scale questionnaires for the evaluation of the expression, management and recognition of social skills.