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The Art and Heart of Good Teaching, Values as the Pedagogy, by Terence Lovat

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The Art and Heart of Good Teaching, Values as the Pedagogy, by Terence Lovat
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
The Art and Heart of Good Teaching
Medium
electronic resource
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Responsibility statement
by Terence Lovat
Series statement
SpringerBriefs in Education,, 2211-193X
Sub title
Values as the Pedagogy
Summary
This book summarizes and updates findings from the Australian Values Education Program with a focus on the latest international research in the field, both theoretical and practice-based. Further, it provides a theoretical and practical basis for understanding the disenchantment with low-level accountability approaches to learning (e.g. NAPLAN in Australia). In turn, the book demonstrates the effectiveness of Values Education as a holistic pedagogy with the potential to enhance students’ learning effects in terms of their personal, social, emotional and academic development. It offers well-tested alternative pedagogical approaches, based on research insights largely originating from actual classroom-based practice
Table Of Contents
1 The Instrumentalist Curse: 'NAPLAN must go!' -- 2 Values as Implicit and Explicit: The Two-sided Coin of Values Pedagogy -- 3 Findings from the Values Pedagogy Projects -- 4 Features of the Learning Ambience created by Values Pedagogy: Calmness, Positive Relationships and Safety & Security -- 5 Service Learning -- 6 The Theorist and the Practitioners -- 7 Concluding Thoughts
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