The book is a practical and up-to-date account of ways in which schools can use emotional literacy to realize their goals of school improvement and effectiveness, increased learning, more efficient management of teaching and learning and improved relationships.
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About the Author
Katherine Weare is the one of the UK's leading experts on the emotions and education, and an international authority on the subject of emotional literacy. She is currently Professor of Education in the Research and Graduate School of Education at the University of Southampton.
Table of Contents
What is Emotional Literacy and Why is it Important to Schools?What Are We Aiming At? What Competences Are We Trying to Develop? In What Key Ways Can Schools Help Develop These Competences?Some Key Principles for Developing Emotional Literacy in SchoolsEmotional Literacy and LearningWhat Kind of Schools Promote Emotional Literacy?Profiling, Assessing and Evaluating Emotional LiteracyWider Support for the Emotionally Literate School The Role of Local Education Authorities and Healthy School ApproachesOverview Key Steps in Becoming a More Emotionally Literate SchoolContacts for Developing Emotional Literacy and Emotional Well-Being in Schools