Empathy In Education

Empathy In Education

by Bridget Cooper


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781441101440
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic
Publication date: 09/15/2011
Pages: 296
Product dimensions: 6.20(w) x 9.30(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Bridget Cooper is Professor of Education at Sunderland University, UK.

Table of Contents

Introduction \ Part I: Empathy, Morality and Learning: A Historical Background \ 1. Empathy: An Historical Perspective \ 2. Empathy and Morality: The Relationship \ 3. The Nature and Significance of Empathy in Education \ Part II: New Understandings of Empathy in Learning Relationships and the Significance of Context \ 4. A New Classification of Empathy in Learning Relationships \ 5. The Benefits of Empathy in Teaching and Learning Relationships \ 6. Constraints on Empathy in Learning Relationships \ 7. Modeling Empathy and Values in the Classroom \ 8. Empathy and Students with Particular Needs: Transformative learning \ Part III: Wider Implications: Empathy Beyond the School \ 9. The Life-long Learner: Emotional Engagement as the Essence of Learning through the Life Course \ 10. Affect, Technology and Learning \ 11. Empathy in Management, Systems and Organizations \ 12. Wider Values and Creativity \ 13. Issues in the Education and Training of Professionals \ 14. Wider Implications and Future Work
Bibliography \ Appendix

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