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Promoting Emotional and Social Development in Schools

Promoting Emotional and Social Development in Schools
A Practical Guide

144 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

Written in an accessible style for busy practitioners, Promoting Social and Emotional Development in Schools presents guidelines for creating an emotionally and socially healthy school. The book:

  • Demonstrates the importance of supporting emotional and social development
  • Includes practical ideas and activities for teachers in primary and secondary schools
  • Offers a range of case studies to illustrate the impact of good practice on improving behavior and promoting inclusion
  • Includes INSET/personal review materials and audit tools
What Is Emotional Social Development?
Why Is It Important?
Emotional Social Development, Mental Health And Treatment
A Summary Of Relevant Government Initiatives/Strategies
What Are The Indicators Of Success?
Starting Principles
Primary Schools
Secondary Schools
Special Schools/EBD Provision And Pupil Referral Units
Community Settings
Self-Review And Audit Tool And Activities
Further Reading, Resources And Useful Organisations

A very useful book, used for teaching PSD

Mr Oliver Johnstone
Public Services Department, Calderdale College
May 6, 2014

This will help my students learn the importance of social and emotional needs and how it can have an effect on behavior and how we use inclusion.

Miss Amy Smith
Early Years and Child care, Wakefield College
March 26, 2014

A very practical text which could be useful but I felt it would benefit from more links to theoretical frameworks.

Miss Alyson Lewis
Newport School of Education, University of Wales, Newport
March 26, 2013

A helpful, practical guide which we guided students towards alhtough did not stipulate as key text. relevant content and accessible - have recommended it for PSHEE and Citizernship module on BA Professional Studies in Learning and Development course.

Mr Timothy Coxon
School of Education, Brighton University
June 27, 2011

An excellent resource for students starting to find pout avout the promotion of emotional and social health in schools

Mrs Penny Farrelly
Faculty of Society and Health, Bucks New University
January 17, 2011

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