Emotion in Education Book
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Emotion in Education

  • Author :
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release Date : 2011-04-28
  • Genre: Science
  • Pages : 368
  • ISBN 10 : 0080475043

Emotion in Education Book Description :

This edited book examines some of the current inquiry related to the study of emotions in educational contexts. There has been a notable increased interest in educational research on emotions. Emotion in Education represents some of the most exciting and current research on emotions and education, and has the potential to impact research in this area. This combination of variety, timeliness, potential for transformation of the field, and uniqueness make this a "must-have" resource for academics in the fields of education, educational psychology, emotion psychology, cultural psychology, sociology, and teacher education. The chapters have been written for scholars in the area, but authors also wrote with graduate students in mind. Therefore, the book is also be a great volume for graduate seminars. Provides in-depth examination of emotions in educational contexts Includes international roster of contributors who represent a variety of disciplines Represents a number of different research approaches

International Handbook of Emotions in Education Book

International Handbook of Emotions in Education

  • Author : Reinhard Pekrun
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2014-04-16
  • Genre: Education
  • Pages : 698
  • ISBN 10 : 9781136512636

International Handbook of Emotions in Education Book Description :

For more than a decade, there has been growing interest and research on the pivotal role of emotions in educational settings. This ground-breaking handbook is the first to highlight this emerging field of research and to describe in detail the ways in which emotions affect learning and instruction in the classroom as well as students’ and teachers’ development and well-being. Informed by research from a number of related fields, the handbook includes four sections. Section I focuses on fundamental principles of emotion, including the interplay among emotion, cognition, and motivation, the regulation of emotion, and emotional intelligence. Section II examines emotions and emotion regulation in classroom settings, addressing specific emotions (enjoyment, interest, curiosity, pride, anxiety, confusion, shame, and boredom) as well as social-emotional learning programs. Section III highlights research on emotions in academic content domains (mathematics, science, and reading/writing), contextual factors (classroom, family, and culture), and teacher emotions. The final section examines the various methodological approaches to studying emotions in educational settings. With work from leading international experts across disciplines, this book synthesizes the latest research on emotions in education.

Emotions in Education Settings Book

Emotions in Education Settings

  • Author : John Hurley
  • Publisher : Lulu.com
  • Release Date : 2014
  • Genre: Education
  • Pages : 148
  • ISBN 10 : 9781312195653

Emotions in Education Settings Book Description :

A new field of research in education is emerging known as emotional intelligence. This book showcases the many contributions that emotional intelligence can make to education and to the wellbeing of schools as social communities. This book recognises the changing role of the teacher and acknowledges the new skills and ways of understanding that are required to deliver education in contemporary society and within the context of the ongoing development of the teacher. A number of approaches within the emotional intelligence field are explored in this book so as to enable readers to better understand the diverse needs of the student.

Emotion and School Book

Emotion and School

  • Author : Melissa Newberry
  • Publisher : Emerald Group Publishing
  • Release Date : 2013
  • Genre: Education
  • Pages : 283
  • ISBN 10 : 9781781906514

Emotion and School Book Description :

Emotion and School Understanding How the Hidden Curriculum Influences Relationships, Leadership, Teaching, and Learning reports the history, developments, applications and possible future directions of relational and emotion-focused school research from North America, Asia-Pacific and Europe. It begins by scoping the field from both a psychological and sociological perspective. The chapters frame the key debates in the research literature while adding the unique perspective of experts from the field, before honing in on the school: the administration context, teacher context and student context. The book explores the contests within the field, including psychological and socio-cultural knowledges, individual and collectives, emotions as inputs/outcomes, and the false binary of emotions and rational thought. The middle sections of the book take these perspectives into the field to see how they operate in schools. First, methods for identifying and responding to emotion and relationships in schools are presented. Second, the positive and negative products of emotions and emotion work are outlined and their effects on relationships and school functioning are discussed. The book provides readers with new insights into the hidden curriculum. It offers new ways of working with emotion in a variety of relationships for positive outcomes: the selection and induction of teachers; the role of emotions in leading; emotional and emotion learning; and, the inter-relationship between emotions, school culture, classroom and staffroom dynamics.

Feeling Power Book

Feeling Power

  • Author : Megan Boler
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2004-11-23
  • Genre: Education
  • Pages : 268
  • ISBN 10 : 9781135963019

Feeling Power Book Description :

First published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Methodological Advances in Research on Emotion and Education Book

Methodological Advances in Research on Emotion and Education

  • Author : Michalinos Zembylas
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release Date : 2016-03-10
  • Genre: Education
  • Pages : 299
  • ISBN 10 : 9783319290492

Methodological Advances in Research on Emotion and Education Book Description :

This volume presents different conceptual and theoretical frameworks as well as research methods that have helped educational researchers to study emotions. It includes innovative approaches that push the methodological boundaries that have served educational researchers until now and proposes new ways of researching emotions in educational contexts. In particular, this edited volume provides a historical frame for studying emotions. It connects theoretical/epistemological views with choice of research methods and describes specific methods helpful in doing research on emotions as they are grounded in different theoretical and disciplinary traditions such as psychology, philosophy, sociology, history, political science, cultural studies, and feminist studies. Finally, it appreciates the contextual and international dimensions of studying emotions in education and contributes to ongoing debates about the implications of our methodological choices for understanding emotion in education. This combination of variety, timeliness, potential for transformation of the field, and uniqueness make this a very valuable resource to introduce new scholars in the field alongside established scholars.

Empathy  Emotion and Education Book

Empathy Emotion and Education

  • Author : Helen Demetriou
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release Date : 2018-02-19
  • Genre: Education
  • Pages : 311
  • ISBN 10 : 9781137548443

Empathy Emotion and Education Book Description :

This book explores the construct of empathy and its connection with education. Charting literature on the origins and evolution of the concept of empathy, the author examines the multifaceted nature of empathy and the external and internal influences behind this concept. The relationship between empathy and education is examined through the impact they have on each other for the development of social and emotional understanding, positive social behaviours and effective teaching and learning. In doing so, the author emphasises that empathy apparent in the early years of life is invaluable for enhancing the quality of teaching and learning in future, and should be elicited from pupils and teachers alike. This book will be of interest to practitioners, educational psychologists, and researchers in empathy and its effect on education.

New Understandings of Teacher s Work Book
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New Understandings of Teacher s Work

  • Author : Christopher Day
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release Date : 2011-03-02
  • Genre: Education
  • Pages : 256
  • ISBN 10 : 940070545X

New Understandings of Teacher s Work Book Description :

Within educational research that seeks to understand the quality and effectiveness of teachers and school, the role emotions play in educational change and school improvement has become a subject of increasing importance. In this book, scholars from around the world explore the connections between teaching, teacher education, teacher emotions, educational change and school leadership. (For this text, “teacher” encompasses pre-service teachers, in-service teachers and headteachers, or principals). New Understandings of Teacher’s Work: Emotions and Educational Change is divided into four themes: educational change; teachers and teaching; teacher education; and emotions in leadership. The chapters address the key basic and substantive issues relative to the central emotional themes of the following: teachers’ lives and careers in teaching; the role emotions play in teachers’ work; lives and leadership roles in the context of educational reform; the working conditions; the context-specific dynamics of reform work; school/teacher cultures; individual biographies that affect teachers’ emotional well-being; and the implications for the management and leadership of educational change, and for development, of teacher education.

Aristotle  Emotions  and Education Book

Aristotle Emotions and Education

  • Author : Kristján Kristjánsson
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2016-04-15
  • Genre: Philosophy
  • Pages : 204
  • ISBN 10 : 9781317178606

Aristotle Emotions and Education Book Description :

What can Aristotle teach us that is relevant to contemporary moral and educational concerns? What can we learn from him about the nature of moral development, the justifiability and educability of emotions, the possibility of friendship between parents and their children, or the fundamental aims of teaching? The message of this book is that Aristotle has much to teach us about those issues and many others. In a formidable display of boundary-breaking scholarship, drawing upon the domains of philosophy, education and psychology, Kristján Kristjánsson analyses and dispels myriad misconceptions about Aristotle’s views on morality, emotions and education that abound in the current literature - including the claims of the emotional intelligence theorists that they have revitalised Aristotle’s message for the present day. The book proceeds by enlightening and astute forays into areas covered by Aristotle’s canonical works, while simultaneously gauging their pertinence for recent trends in moral education. This is an arresting book on how to balance the demands of head and heart: a book that deepens the contemporary discourse on emotion cultivation and virtuous living and one that will excite any student of moral education, whether academic or practitioner.

Emotions at School Book

Emotions at School

  • Author : Reinhard Pekrun
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2017-08-14
  • Genre: Education
  • Pages : 170
  • ISBN 10 : 9781351741255

Emotions at School Book Description :

For more than a decade, there has been growing interest in the role of emotions in academic settings. Written by leading experts on learning and instruction, Emotions at School focuses on the connections between educational research and emotion science, bringing the subject to a wider audience. With chapters on how emotions develop and work, evidence-based recommendations about how to foster adaptive emotions, and clear explanations of key concepts and ideas, this concise volume is designed for?any?education course that includes emotions in the curriculum. It will be indispensable for student researchers and both pre- and in-service teachers alike.

Teaching with Emotion Book

Teaching with Emotion

  • Author : Michalinos Zembylas
  • Publisher : IAP
  • Release Date : 2005
  • Genre: Education
  • Pages : 258
  • ISBN 10 : 9781593113292

Teaching with Emotion Book Description :

The purpose of this book is to provide new theoretical, methodological and empirical directions in research on teacher emotion. An attempt is made to encourage a missing conversation in the area of emotions in teaching, by invoking a discussion of ideas that explore how discursive, political and cultural aspects define the experience of teacher emotion. I begin to build an analysis upon which the role of emotion, emotional rules and emotional labor in curriculum and teaching might be investigated. This book includes both conceptual chapters and chapters based on empirical work - and, in particular, a three-year ethnographic study with an early childhood teacher in the context of science teaching - that together illustrate new approaches and perspectives in researching and theorizing about emotion in teaching

Affect and Legal Education Book

Affect and Legal Education

  • Author : Mrs Caroline Maughan
  • Publisher : Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
  • Release Date : 2013-02-28
  • Genre: Law
  • Pages : 338
  • ISBN 10 : 9781409497776

Affect and Legal Education Book Description :

The place of emotion in legal education is rarely discussed or analysed, and we do not have to seek far for the reasons. The difficulty of interdisciplinary research, the technicisation of legal education itself, the view that affect is irrational and antithetical to core western ideals of rationality – all this has made the subject of emotion in legal education invisible. Yet the educational literature on emotion proves how essential it is to student learning and to the professional lives of teachers. This text, the first full-length book study of the subject, seeks to make emotion a central topic of research for legal educators, and restore the power of emotion in our teaching and learning. Part 1 focuses on the contribution that neuroscience can make to legal learning, a theme that is carried through other chapters in the book. Part 2 explores the role of emotion in the working lives of academics and clinical staff, while Part 3 analyses the ways in which emotion can be used in learning and teaching. The book, interdisciplinary and wide-ranging in its reference, breaks new ground in its analysis of the educational lifeworld of situations, communities, actors and interactions in legal education.

Emotion Management and Feelings in Teaching and Educational Leadership Book

Emotion Management and Feelings in Teaching and Educational Leadership

  • Author : Izhar Oplatka
  • Publisher : Emerald Publishing Limited
  • Release Date : 2019-05-28
  • Genre: Education
  • Pages : 304
  • ISBN 10 : 1787560112

Emotion Management and Feelings in Teaching and Educational Leadership Book Description :

This book highlights the connection between culture and emotion management in teaching and educational leadership and allows researchers from different parts of the world to demonstrate how national and local culture influence the way educational leaders and teachers express their feelings, display their emotion, or suppress emotion publically.

Advances in Teacher Emotion Research Book

Advances in Teacher Emotion Research

  • Author : Paul A. Schutz
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release Date : 2009-08-14
  • Genre: Education
  • Pages : 390
  • ISBN 10 : 1441905642

Advances in Teacher Emotion Research Book Description :

Some reports estimate that nearly 50% of teachers entering the profession leave within the first five years (Alliance for Excellent Education 2004; Ingersoll, 2003; Quality Counts 2000). One explanation of why teachers leave the profession so early in their career might be related to the emotional nature of the teaching profession. For example, teaching is an occupation that involves considerable emotional labor. Emotional labor involves the effort, planning, and control teachers need to express organizationally desired emotions during interpersonal transactions. As such, emotional labor has been associated with job dissatisfaction, health symptoms and emotional exhaustion, which are key components of burnout and related to teachers who drop out of the profession. Research into emotional labor in teaching and other aspects of teachers’ emotions is becoming increasingly important not only because of the growing number of teachers leaving the profession, but also because unpleasant classroom emotions have considerable implications for student learning, school climate and the quality of education in general. Using a variety of different methodological and theoretical approaches, the authors in this edited volume, Advances in Teacher Emotion Research: The Impact on Teachers’ Lives, provide a systematic overview that enriches our understanding of the role of emotions in teachers’ professional lives and work. More specifically, the authors discuss inquiry related to teachers’ emotions in educational reform, teacher identity, student involvement, race/class/gender issues, school administration and inspection, emotional labor, teacher burnout and several other related issues. This volume, then, represents the accumulation of different epistemological and theoretical positions related to inquiry on teachers’ emotions, acknowledging that emotions are core components of teachers’ lives. Advances in Teacher Emotion Research takes an eclectic look at teacher emotions

Getting to the Heart of Leadership Book

Getting to the Heart of Leadership

  • Author : Megan Crawford
  • Publisher : SAGE
  • Release Date : 2009-01-13
  • Genre: Education
  • Pages : 192
  • ISBN 10 : 9780857026972

Getting to the Heart of Leadership Book Description :

'This book makes an important contribution to the literature on educational leadership and should help to shift the emphasis from rational and accountability-related models to an explicit recognition of the importance of emotions to effective leadership' - Educational Management Administration and Leadership '[This book] contains a wealth of case studies and vignettes to help leaders be more aware of the ways in which emotion impacts on their practice, and to develop a productive and sustainable set of emotional responses, experiences and leadership tools' - Headteacher Update 'This is a highly readable and engaging introduction to both the importance and power of emotions in the life and work of headteachers. While leaders' emotions have been badly neglected in the literature, the rich body of evidence the author shares with readers indicates how central such emotions are to sustaining improvement efforts in schools.' - Professor Ken Leithwood, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), University of Toronto, Canada 'The affective side of leadership is often forgotten as school heads and leaders strive for excellence and accountability. This extremely important book brings to the forefront the emotional attachments of leadership, the interpersonal relationships, and self-awareness that are at the core of leadership action and decision making. The case stories and reviews of multiple perspectives and theories provide the reader with a rich and essential resource' - Ellen B. Goldring, Professor of Education Policy and Leadership, Vanderbilt University '...The book is framed to illuminate how headteachers experience, and talk about, emotion and meaning in their daily interactions, and sets out to understand how emotion impacts on their leadership.' (author's introduction) Understanding the close relationship between leadership and emotion is essential for school leaders in creating, modifying and sustaining the emotional coherence of the whole school. Megan Cr

Emotions and English Language Teaching Book

Emotions and English Language Teaching

  • Author : Sarah Benesch
  • Publisher : Taylor & Francis
  • Release Date : 2017-02-17
  • Genre: Foreign Language Study
  • Pages : 196
  • ISBN 10 : 9781317566212

Emotions and English Language Teaching Book Description :

Taking a critical approach that considers the role of power, and resistance to power, in teachers’ affective lives, Sarah Benesch examines the relationship between English language teaching and emotions in postsecondary classrooms. The exploration takes into account implicit feeling rules that may drive institutional expectations of teacher performance and affect teachers’ responses to and decisions about pedagogical matters. Based on interviews with postsecondary English language teachers, the book analyzes ways in which they negotiate tension—theorized as emotion labor—between feeling rules and teachers’ professional training and/or experience, in particularly challenging areas of teaching: high-stakes literacy testing; responding to student writing; plagiarism; and attendance. Discussion of this rich interview data offers an expanded and nuanced understanding of English language teaching, one positing teachers’ emotion labor as a framework for theorizing emotions critically and as a tool of teacher agency and resistance.

Emotions in the Law School Book

Emotions in the Law School

  • Author : Emma Jones
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2019-09-15
  • Genre: Law
  • Pages : 190
  • ISBN 10 : 9781351370691

Emotions in the Law School Book Description :

Law schools are failing both their staff and students by requiring them to prize reason and rationality and to suppress or ignore emotions. Despite innovations in terms of both content and teaching techniques, there is little evidence that emotions are effectively acknowledged or utilised within legal education. Instead law schools are clinging to an out-dated and erroneous perception of emotions as at best, irrational, and at worst dangerous. In contrast to this, educational and scientific developments have demonstrated that emotions are a fundamental, inescapable part of learning, teaching and skills development. Harnessing these emotions will therefore have a transformative effect on legal education and enable it to adapt to the needs and demands of the twenty-first century. This book provides a theoretical overview of the role played by emotions in all aspects of the life of the law school. It explores the relationship emotions have with key traditional and contemporary approaches to legal education, the ways in which emotions can be conceptualised, their interaction with the politics and policies of legal education and their role within teaching and learning. The book also considers the importance of emotional wellbeing for both law students and legal academics Overall, this book argues for a more holistic form of legal education in which emotions play a valuable (and valued) role. This requires a new vision for law schools, in which emotions are acknowledged and embedded at all levels, institutional and personal.

Emotions  Learning  and the Brain  Exploring the Educational Implications of Affective Neuroscience  The Norton Series on the Social Neuroscience of Education  Book

Emotions Learning and the Brain Exploring the Educational Implications of Affective Neuroscience The Norton Series on the Social Neuroscience of Education

  • Author : Mary Helen Immordino-Yang
  • Publisher : W. W. Norton & Company
  • Release Date : 2015-11-16
  • Genre: Education
  • Pages : 208
  • ISBN 10 : 9780393709827

Emotions Learning and the Brain Exploring the Educational Implications of Affective Neuroscience The Norton Series on the Social Neuroscience of Education Book Description :

An orientation to affective neuroscience as it relates to educators. In this ground-breaking collection, Mary Helen Immordino-Yang—an affective neuroscientist, human development psychologist, and former public school teacher—presents a decade of work with the potential to revolutionize educational theory and practice by deeply enriching our understanding of the complex connection between emotion and learning. With her signature talent for explaining and interpreting neuroscientific findings in practical, teacher-relevant terms, Immordino-Yang offers two simple but profound ideas: first, that emotions are such powerful motivators of learning because they activate brain mechanisms that originally evolved to manage our basic survival; and second, that meaningful thinking and learning are inherently emotional, because we only think deeply about things we care about. Together, these insights suggest that in order to motivate students for academic learning, produce deep understanding, and ensure the transfer of educational experiences into real-world skills and careers, educators must find ways to leverage the emotional aspects of learning. Immordino-Yang has both the gift for captivating readers with her research and the ability to connect this research to everyday learning and teaching. She examines true stories of learning success with relentless curiosity and an illuminating mixture of the scientific and the human. What are feelings, and how does the brain support them? What role do feelings play in the brain's learning process? This book unpacks these crucial questions and many more, including the neurobiological, developmental, and evolutionary origins of creativity, facts and myths about mirror neurons, and how the perspective of social and affective neuroscience can inform the design of learning technologies.

Practitioner s Guide to Emotion Regulation in School Aged Children Book
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Practitioner s Guide to Emotion Regulation in School Aged Children

  • Author : Gayle L. Macklem
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release Date : 2007-12-03
  • Genre: Psychology
  • Pages : 226
  • ISBN 10 : 0387738517

Practitioner s Guide to Emotion Regulation in School Aged Children Book Description :

Emotion regulation skills should be mastered by early childhood, but many enter school with deficits that may not have been addressed effectively or early enough. This vital new text presents in-depth background and practical information on the subject so school professionals can craft interventions that are developmentally appropriate and timely. It also offers practical tools that can be taught to children and shared with parents and teachers.

Emotional Development and Emotional Intelligence Book

Emotional Development and Emotional Intelligence

  • Author : Peter Salovey
  • Publisher : Basic Books (AZ)
  • Release Date : 1997
  • Genre: Education
  • Pages : 288
  • ISBN 10 : UOM:39015039051639

Emotional Development and Emotional Intelligence Book Description :

An authoritative study that describes the scientific basis for our knowledge about emotion as it relates specifically to children. Key topics include historical perspectives on emotional intelligence, neurological bases for emotional development, the development of social skills and childhood socialization of emotion, and more. Ideal for professionals in child psychology and education. Index.