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The dangerous rise of therapeutic education

Kathryn Ecclestone

The dangerous rise of therapeutic education

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Published by Routledge in Abingdon, Oxon, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education -- Aims and objectives -- Great Britain,
  • School psychology -- Great Britain

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementKathryn Ecclestone and Dennis Hayes.
    ContributionsHayes, Dennis, 1950-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLA632 .E22 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18865597M
    ISBN 100415397006, 0415397014
    ISBN 109780415397001, 9780415397018
    LC Control Number2007050914


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The 50 great books on education I make no apology for including the book I wrote with Kathryn Ecclestone, The Dangerous Rise of Therapeutic Education because it is an influential critical work Author: Dennis Hayes.

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Book Author(s) Ecclestone, Kathryn, Hayes, Dennis Datec Publisher Routledge Pub place Abingdon ISBN ISBN This item appears on. List: EDU - Social And Emotional Aspects Of Teaching And Learning. Book Review: Justice and Equality in Education: A Capability Perspective on Disability and Special Educational Needs, Amartya Sen's Capability Approach and Social Justice in Education, the Capability Approach: Concepts, Measures and Applications, Capabilities and Happiness, the Dangerous Rise of Therapeutic Education, Minority Status, Oppositional Culture and Schooling, Minority Status Author: Renée DePalma, Michael Watts, Heather Piper.

Hayes is an author (with Kathryn Ecclestone) of the best-selling and controversial book The Dangerous Rise of Therapeutic Education. A defender of knowledge-based education he is an advocate of the teaching of Latin and Greek in British state schools.

Selected publications. In The Dangerous Rise of Therapeutic Education, set for publication on J Dr Dennis Hayes and Dr Kathryn Ecclestone of Oxford Brookes University say universities have created a Author: Anthea Lipsett.

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Ecclestone and Hayes understand bullying to be an ‘infantilising’ concept, encouraging unhelpful emotional Author: Neil Cocks. A review of The Dangerous Rise in Therapeutic Education by Ecclestone and Hayes. The book is about the trend in education, at all levels, from primary through secondary to FE and University towards a new prioritisation of the emotions in learning.

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In The Dangerous Rise of Therapeutic Education, Dennis Hayes and Kathryn Ecclestone of Oxford Brookes University argue that institutions presume that students and staff are at emotional risk.

According to the professors of education, this is.One of the schools very public supporters was Professor Dennis Hayes of the University of Derby. Hayes co-authored a book with Kathryn Ecclestone ‘The Dangerous Rise of Therapeutic Education.

They broadly share the views of Professor Frank Furedi about the teaching of social and emotional development in schools.