Attachment and Emotional Development in the Classroom: Theory and Practice

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David Colley, Paul Cooper
Jessica Kingsley Publishers, Aug 21, 2017 - Education - 336 pages
As part of preparation for the classroom, it's key for trainee teachers to understand the emotional needs of students. This book provides a clear introduction to emotional development and attachment, offering advice and guidance from a diverse range of professional perspectives including psychology, health and education.
 

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Contents

Theory and Practice edited by David Colley and Paul Cooper Foreword by Barry Carpenter
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Theory and Practice edited by David Colley and Paul Cooper Introduction David Colley and Paul Cooper
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Theory and Practice edited by David Colley and Paul Cooper 1 Models of Emotional Development by David Colley and Paul Cooper
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Theory and Practice edited by David Colley and Paul Cooper 2 Attachment Behaviour and Learning by Heather Geddes
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Theory and Practice edited by David Colley and Paul Cooper 3 Neuroscience and Emotional Development The Basics Explained by Maisie Satchwell...
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Theory and Practice edited by David Colley and Paul Cooper 4 Attachment Aware Schools by Janet Rose and Louise Gilbert
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Theory and Practice edited by David Colley and Paul Cooper 5 Emotion Coaching by Licette Gus and Felicia Wood
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Theory and Practice edited by David Colley and Paul Cooper 6 Promoting Resilience in Schools The Importance of Both Training and Reflection for...
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Theory and Practice edited by David Colley and Paul Cooper 12 Emotional Development and Children in Care The Virtual School Perspective by To...
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Theory and Practice edited by David Colley and Paul Cooper 13 Social Pedagogy in the Classroom Supporting Children and Young People in Care b...
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Theory and Practice edited by David Colley and Paul Cooper 14 Including Children with Disorganised Attachment in Mainstream Primary Schools b...
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Theory and Practice edited by David Colley and Paul Cooper 15 The Importance of Professional Supervision for All Staff in Schools by Dave Roberts
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Theory and Practice edited by David Colley and Paul Cooper 16 Emotional Development and Approaches to Classroom Management by Jon Reid
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Theory and Practice edited by David Colley and Paul Cooper 17 Disruptive Behaviour and Unsolved Problems by Poppy Nash
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Theory and Practice edited by David Colley and Paul Cooper 18 Classroom Behaviour Finding What Works for You by John Visser
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Theory and Practice edited by David Colley and Paul Cooper 19 Supporting the Emotional Development of Teenagers by Janice Cahill
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Theory and Practice edited by David Colley and Paul Cooper 7 Emotional Development and Missed Early Experiences The Nurture Group Approac...
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Theory and Practice edited by David Colley and Paul Cooper 8 Understanding the Impact of Trauma on Children in the Classroom by Betsy de Thierry
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Theory and Practice edited by David Colley and Paul Cooper 9 People Meet in a Classroom and Say Hello A Psychoanalytic Perspective on the Emot...
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Theory and Practice edited by David Colley and Paul Cooper 10 A Psychoanalytic Understanding of Change and Transition in Education by Biddy ...
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Theory and Practice edited by David Colley and Paul Cooper 11 Supporting Children and Young People with Social Emotional and Mental Health D...
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Theory and Practice edited by David Colley and Paul Cooper Conclusion Drawing Together the Threads by David Colley and Paul Cooper
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Theory and Practice edited by David Colley and Paul Cooper Author Biographies
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Theory and Practice edited by David Colley and Paul Cooper Subject Index
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Theory and Practice edited by David Colley and Paul Cooper Author Index
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Paul Cooper is Professor of Education at the School of Education, University of Leicester, UK. Paul is also Co-chair of ENSEC, and the ENSEC representative at the European Centre for Educational Resilience and Socio-Emotional Health, University of Malta.

Betsy de Thierry is a mum of four brilliant sons, a practising psychotherapist and a qualified primary school teacher. With over 20 years of experience and knowledge within the field, she is a trainer in trauma recovery and the founder of the Trauma Recovery Centre, a charity specialising in recovery from complex trauma. She is also the CEO of BdT Ltd (www.betsytraininguk.co.uk) Trauma Training, Consultancy and Leadership, which supports professionals who work with traumatised children and families in the UK.

Claire Cameron PhD is Professor of Social Pedagogy and Deputy Director of the Thomas Coram Research Unit at the Institute of Education, University College London. Previously a social worker, her research contributes to the development of the children's workforce and the quality of life of children and young people attending care and education services, particularly looked after children.

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