9780304339884

Affective Education in Europe

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    9780304339884

  • ISBN10:

    0304339881

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1998-10-01
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic
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Summary

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 the work of contributors from countries such as Belgium, Denmark, Russia, Germany, Israel, Spain and the UK. It shows how the practical approach to affective education varies from nation to nation. By analyzing the underlying theory, this text sets out to bring the different approaches closer together, to enable teachers across the continent to work towards a positive common ground.

Table of Contents

Series Editor's foreword vii
Notes on contributors viii
Acknowledgements xii
PART 1 Introduction
Towards an understanding of affective education in a European context
3(16)
Peter Lang
PART 2 How the Affective Dimension of Education Is Manifested in Different European Countries
Affective education in French-speaking parts of Belgium: a brief overview
19(9)
Christiane Vandenplas-Holper
Affective education in Germany. Existing structures and opportunities: are we using them effectively?
28(8)
Reinhold Fess
`Fiche bliain ag fas' (Twenty years a-growing)
36(10)
Una Collins
Affective education: a Russian perspective
46(12)
Yuri Zabrodin
Margarita Papaya
Alex Minaev
Affective education and the Greek school curriculum
58(14)
Alkistis Kondoyianni
Rea Karageorgiou-Short
Athena Sideri
The development 0f affective education in England
72(13)
Ron Best
Affective education and the new Spanish educational reforms
85(14)
Ana Martinez Pampliega
Manuel Marroquin
Affective education and the quality of life in Italian schools
99(8)
Maria Teresa Crucilla
Affective education in Portugal
107(9)
Bartolo P. Campos
Isabel Menezes
Affective education in the Netherlands
116(10)
Ad Boes
The Danish class teacher; a mediator between the pastoral and the academic
126(6)
Niels Kyger
Kirsten Reisby
The strange concept of affective education: a French perspective
132(13)
Francois Audiger
Daniel Motto
Affective education in Israeli elementary schools: principles and practice
145(10)
Yaacov Katz
PART 3 Examples of European Research and Initiatives in the Affective Domain
Dealing with stress in the elementary school
155(8)
Yaacov Katz
The development of altruism: an alternative to Kohlberg's model
163(15)
Victoria Gordillo
Upbringing: a domain of the school?
178(10)
Kirsten Reisby
Teachers' understanding and emotions in relation to the Creation of boys' masculine identity
188(8)
Niels Kryger
`Boys and girls': a gender-fair educational film?
196(17)
Christiane Vandenplas-Holper
Anne Ghysselinckx-Janssens
A pupil with conspicuous behavioural problems receives the support he needs
213(15)
Klaus Winkel
Affective education and teacher training in Italy: experiences and research results
228(9)
Donato Francescato
Students' perceptions 0f classroom climate: an evaluation of the effects 0f a PSE intervention
237(14)
Isabel Menezes
Bartolo P. Campos
PART 4 Endnote 251(5)
Peter Long
Index 256

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