The National Curriculum had placed personal and social education on the agenda of every primary school. This book, originally published in 1992, examines the quality and nature of relationships which contribute to a child’s personal development and social awareness, and discusses how schools organise pupil experiences and the complex interactions in classrooms. At the formal level it looks at how PSE may be taught through cross-curricular, thematic approach to all age groups.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Series:||Routledge Library Editions: Psychology of Education|
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Table of Contents
List of Figures and Tables. Foreword by Professor Peter Robinson. Preface. Acknowledgements. Part 1: Socialisation and the Development of Self 1. Socialisation and Social Interaction 2. Socialisation in the Family 3. Socialisation and the Concept of Pupil Career Part 2: The Social Context of the Primary School 4. The Administrative, Organisational and Physical Components of Social Education 5. Teacher Expectations and Pupil Concept of Self 6. Peer Relationships and Social Development Part 3: A Curriculum Approach 7. PSD: Curriculum and Community. References. Name Index. Subject Index.