Drawing on successful practice, and relating such practice to theoretical insights, this comprehensive treatment of the challenge of educating children spiritually, morally, socially, and culturally offers enlightenment for individual ...
Author: Ron Best
Publisher: A&C Black
Drawing on successful practice, and relating such practice to theoretical insights, this comprehensive treatment of the challenge of educating children spiritually, morally, socially, and culturally offers enlightenment for individual teachers' classroom practice as well as for whole-school approaches.
First published in 1999, this book, by a range of teachers and teacher trainers, explores specified values in the curriculum as well as whole curriculum issues, including religious education, drama, citizenship and vocational education, as ...
Author: Stephen Bigger
First Published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
The second edition of this popular text has been revised and updated to include the new Professional Standards needed to achieve Qualified Teacher Status (QTS).
Author: Tony Eaude
The second edition of this popular text has been revised and updated to include the new Professional Standards needed to achieve Qualified Teacher Status (QTS). Tackling these elusive but fundamental aspects of children's development, this text places the importance of spiritual, moral, social and cultural understanding in a cross-curricular context. It directly links between children's attainment and the wider aspects of personal development, beliefs and values, explaining the environment in which learning flourishes and demonstrating how trainees can promote this in their teaching. In addition, it helps enrich the trainee teacher's experience, laying firm foundations for their continuing professional development.
This book concentrates on two central questions that arise from research on the influence of schools on the developing values of young people. The first concerns the kind of values that inform the life of our schools.
Author: J. Mark Halstead
Publisher: Psychology Press
This book concentrates on two central questions that arise from research on the influence of schools on the developing values of young people. The first concerns the kind of values that inform the life of our schools. The second concerns the values which schools are justified in conveying to their pupils. These two questions occupy the first two parts of the book. The first part provides a variety of perspectives on the values that underpin contemporary education and draws heavily on current research. The second part argues the case for making certain groups of values central to contemporary education. The chapters in this part will offer new insights which are both authoritative and challenging. The final part offers more practical guidance on how values may be most effectively incorporated into the activities of the schools.
Education for Citizenship Under Section One of the 1988 Education Reform Act
schools are charged with the duty to provide a broad and balanced curriculum
which promotes the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of
pupils and prepares them for the ... began to place greater emphasis than before
on how schools promote spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC)
Education and Young People's Search for Meaning, Identity and Spirituality : a
Handbook Marisa Crawford, Graham Rossiter ... Schools were also required to
show how their curriculum promoted the 'spiritual, moral, social and cultural ...
Author: Marisa Crawford
Publisher: Aust Council for Ed Research
Explores the development and psychological function of meaning, identity and spirituality in the lives of young people. This can contribute significantly to the professional background of those engaged in the education and care of youth in various contexts.
The inspection of spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC) development can
be a source of anxiety for many schools, ... and justify their achievements in
literacy and numeracy than they do with spiritual, moral, social and cultural education.
Author: Bill Laar
In September 2005 school inspections changed drastically. The onus is now on the school to highlight its own strengths and weaknesses; to document them convincingly and to show action plans for improvement. This book, written by an Ofsted Inspector, shows you exactly what to do, and how best to present your Self-Evaluation. It also tells you how to prepare for the two day inspection so that everything goes as well as possible.
(1996), Education, Spirituality and the Whole Child. London: Cassell. Best, R. (
2000), Education for Spiritual, Moral and Social Development. London:
Continuum. Bigger, S. and Brown, E. (eds) (1999), Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural ...
Author: Margaret Sangster
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
What are the beliefs that influence your professional practice? Have you ever thought about why you make the decisions you make as a teacher? What influences your teaching style? Beyond the technical skills and knowledge aspects of education, teachers and student teachers face questions which challenge their beliefs and approaches to their teaching and learning. This book contains a series of short articles which not only offer guidance on key topics but encourage the reader to engage in reflecting on their own practice. Questions explored include: - Is learning through practical work worth the effort? - What can we learn from comparisons with education in other countries? - Is there a smarter way to use digital imagery in your teaching? - What's the point of theory? Isn't teaching just a craft?
Spiritual,. moral,. social. and. cultural. education. “To educate a man in mind and
not in morals is to educate a menace to society.” Theodore Roosevelt I have
always enjoyed discussing life, morality, culture, society and spirituality with my ...
Author: Sarah Findlater
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
If the phrase NO NOTICE INSPECTION strikes fear into your heart, don't panic! In her new book, Sarah Findlater covers everything you need to know to survive an Ofsted inspection. This book is an invaluable guide for every NQT or new teacher who wants to ensure they are fully prepared for their first Ofsted inspection. The short term and long term strategies in this book will help ensure you will survive the process, get as much out of it as your possibly can and perform in an outstanding manner. The book is split into four phases, making this book relevant whether you want to set up systems well in advance, need quick-fix 'night before' advice or 'on the day' strategies, or help making the most of Ofsted feedback once the inspection is over. Hashtags throughout the book enable you to join the conversation and share best practice with colleagues around the UK and the world! All written from Sarah's first hand experience of supporting teachers through inspections in her school and in her accessible and friendly tone, How to Survive an Ofsted inspection is an invaluable guide for every school teacher preparing for Ofsted.
With moral and spiritual goals as ultimate ends clearly to the fore, the educational
enterprise will be absorbed by matters ... If education is about the 'spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of pupils . . . and of society' (the British 1996, ...
Author: Marius Felderhof
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
In much of the world, religious traditions are seriously valued but, in the context of religious plurality, this sets educationalists an enormous challenge. This book provides a way forward in exploring religious life whilst showing how bridges might be built between diverse religious traditions. Teaching Virtue puts engagement with religious life - and virtue ethics - at the heart of religious education, encouraging 'learning from' religion rather than 'learning about' religion. The authors focus on eight key virtues, examining these for what they can offer of religious value to pupils and teachers. Individual chapters put the discussion into context by offering a vision of what religious education in the future could look like; the need for responsible religious education; a historical review of moral education and an introduction to virtue ethics. Lesson plans and examples demonstrate how the virtues may be approached in the classroom, making it an invaluable guide for all involved in teaching religious education.
social. and. cultural. education. (. SMSC. ) The inspection regime introduced
following the 1992 Act established the high importance of schools ' responsibility
for the spiritual , moral , social and cultural development of their pupils . Teachers
Author: Prof. Vaidehi RamanathanPublish On: 2013-08-07
(16) The national inspection body for schools is OFSTED, the Office for Standards
in Education. Its inspections include assessment of 'spiritual, moral, social and cultural development', a legislated aim of education in England (Education Act, ...
Author: Prof. Vaidehi Ramanathan
Publisher: Multilingual Matters
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
This volume explores the concept of 'citizenship', and argues that it should be understood both as a process of becoming and the ability to participate fully, rather than as a status that can be inherited, acquired, or achieved. From a courtroom in Bulawayo to a nursery in Birmingham, the authors use local contexts to foreground how the vulnerable, particularly those from minority language backgrounds, continue to be excluded, whilst offering a powerful demonstration of the potential for change offered by individual agency, resistance and struggle. In addressing questions such as 'under what local conditions does "dis-citizenship" happen?'; 'what role do language policies and pedagogic practices play?' and 'what kinds of margins and borders keep humans from fully participating'? The chapters in this volume shift the debate away from visas and passports to more uncertain and contested spaces of interpretation.
Teaching and Learning in English as Spiritual, Moral and Religious Education
Mark A. Pike ... 12–19. QCA (1998), The Promotion of Pupils' Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Development: The Contribution of Subject Teaching in
Author: Mark A. Pike
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Ethical English addresses the 'ethos' of English teaching and draws attention to its 'spirit' and fundamental character, identifying the features that English teaching must exhibit if it is to continue to sustain us morally as a liberal art and to provide the learners of increasingly plural societies with a broad ethical education. Mark A. Pike provides practical examples from the classroom, including assessment and teaching, knitting these with an ethical critique of practice, stimulating readers to engage in critical reflection concerning the teaching of English. This book not only shows readers how to teach English but also helps them to critically evaluate the ethics of the practice of English teaching.
10. Values. education,. citizenship. and. the. contribution. of. RE. Lynne. Broad.
bent. Introduction: setting. the. context ... the Report by the National Advisory
Group on Personal, Social and Health Education (DfEE, 1999a), the final report
of the Advisory Group on ... the curriculum to be 'balanced and broadly based'
and one which promotes the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical
development of ...
Author: Richard Bailey
This text presents the issues and principles for teaching values and citizenship at both primary and secondary levels, based on the Crick Report and DfEE/TTA guidelines. It covers the whole of the curriculum and is supported by examples and key stage activities throughout.
This book examines ways in which beliefs and values interact with science and science teaching.
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
This book examines ways in which beliefs and values interact with science and science teaching. It looks at some of the spiritual, moral, social and cultural contexts within which science has developed and considers how these factors can affect the choice of scientific theory.
He came to Lincoln Diocese as Schools Officer in 1991 and was appointed
Diocesan Director of Education in 1995. ... the primary curriculum, to Values and
Citizenship Education, and to pupils' spiritual, moral, social and cultural
Author: Lynne Broadbent
This book is designed to give students and newly qualified teachers a contextual and theoretical background to this subject, by exploring and challenging assumptions about the place of religion in education. The book is divided into the following sections: section one sets out the context for religious education in the curriculum. It looks at political, social and religious influences on legislation, particularly in faith schools, and raises questions about assessment section two focuses on Religious Education in the classroom, exploring our understanding of religion and the concept of development in Religious Education section three examines Religious Education as a whole-school issue, considering its relationship to literacy, citizenship, collective worship and spiritual, ethical and moral development.
Spiritual. and. moral. development. through. English. Spiritual,. moral,. social. and
. cultural. development. In the first chapter of this book different models, or
emphases, within English teaching were presented and the importance of the ...
Author: Mark Pike
The author shows how teachers can enable their students to acquire skills and knowledge, as well as to recognize the value of aesthetic experience and emotional literacy.