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by Peter Lang,Anna Lichtenberg,Ron Best

Author: Peter Lang,Anna Lichtenberg,Ron Best
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Continuum Intl Pub Group (September 1, 1994)
Pages: 256 pages
Category: Other
Rating: 4.1
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Affective education can be defined as that part of the educational process which concerns itself with the attitudes, feelings, beliefs and emotions of students. Central to the concept is the acknowledgement that student's feelings about themselves as learners and about their academic subjects can be at least as influential as their actual ability. This collection features Affective education can be defined as that part of the educational process which concerns itself with the attitudes, feelings, beliefs and emotions of students

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A whole school approach to pastoral care: A New Zealand perspective. Concepts in pastoral care and PSE. In P. Lang, R. Best & A. Lichtenberg (ed., Caring for Children: International Perspectives on Pastoral Care and PSE. London: Cassell. In R. Best, P. Lang, C. Lodge & C. Watkins (ed., Pastoral Care and Personal-social Education: Entitlement and Provision. Department of Education and Science (1989).

Cassell Pounds 1. 9 CARING FOR CHILDREN Towards the end of the book Peter Lang surveys international perspectives on pastoral care, devising a very useful framework with which to examine varied. 9 CARING FOR CHILDREN. Pastoral Care and Personal-Social Education comprises a range of articles written by lecturers, psychologists and headteachers and is, inevitably, of varying quality. A number of chapters deal with the issue of care verses control. Towards the end of the book Peter Lang surveys international perspectives on pastoral care, devising a very useful framework with which to examine varied practice around the globe.

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From this perspective, pastoral care can assist students to develop . If staff wellbeing is cared for, then staff are more able to care for student wellbeing. Best, R. (2002) Pastoral care and personal social education.

From this perspective, pastoral care can assist students to develop positive self-esteem, healthy risk taking, goal setting and negotiation, thus enhancing their strengths and other protective factors contributing to their resiliency as well as developing a sense of social cohesion that together can improve their overall health and wellbeing (Nadge, 2005 and Doll & Lyon, 1998). Cited 2005, 1 December.

Teachers' concerns for the personal, social, emotional and moral well-being and welfare of their pupils is international. This book provides comparative data on recent developments in a number of countries. There are chapters on: guidance and counselling programmes in Canada, USA and New Zealand; the role of the class teacher in Denmark; government initiatives in Singapore; and contrasting approaches in Australia. Skills-based guidance programmes are also considered.