Overcoming Dichotomies: Transaction as a Core Issue in Educational Processes
When Wolff-Michael Roth sent me the first proposal of this book, Transactional Psychology of Education: Toward a Strong Version of the Social, I was positively
Author: Wolff-Michael Roth
Toward the end of his life, the Russian psychologist L.S. Vygotsky turned away from his earlier work that he has become famous for only to sow the seeds for a new theory. In this theory, affect was to play a central role, there was to be a primacy of social relations, and anything mental (mind, thought, self, other, knowledge) was an event rather than a thing. This is essentially a transactional perspective. In this book, the author articulates a transactional psychology of education drawing on the works of G.H. Mead, J. Dewey, G. Bateson, F. Mikhailov, and E. Il’enkov. All theoretical positions are developed out of videotaped exchanges, thereby giving concrete character to every psychological concept articulated.
Establishing a seminal overview that will make it the ‘go to’ text, the book covers four key sections: Philosophy, Politics, Principles & Educational Transactional Analysis The Identity of the Teacher Educational Transactional Analysis ...
Author: Giles Barrow
While there are a small number of titles exploring Transactional Analysis in specific educational settings, there is no comprehensive account of this practical psychology for learning. Educational Transactional Analysis draws together a team of contributors from the international educational TA community, offering perspectives from Europe, India, South Africa, Australia, Japan and the United States to explain and illustrate the practice of this exciting development in education. Establishing a seminal overview that will make it the ‘go to’ text, the book covers four key sections: Philosophy, Politics, Principles & Educational Transactional Analysis The Identity of the Teacher Educational Transactional Analysis and Schooling Educational Transactional Analysis: Adult learning and community development Aimed at educators in all contexts, researchers, students and trainers, this book will be an essential resource for those that wish to deepen their understanding of educational TA or are involved in formal TA training.
67 A QUASI - EXPERIMENTAL VALIDATION OF TRANSACTIONAL
STRATEGIES INSTRUCTION WITH LOW - ACHIEVING SECOND - GRADE
READERS R. Brown , M. Pressley , P. Van Meter and T. Schuder Second - grade
, low - achieving ...
The transactional model of stress , appraisal , and coping ( Lazarus & Folkman ,
1984 ) , in conjunction with Adlerian cognitive theory ( Schneider & Stone , 1998 )
, may offer a potential frame for understanding and interpretation in this ...
Into TA is a comprehensive textbook of contemporary TA in theory and practice. The first section of the book focusses on theory, presented so that both beginning and experienced professionals will find much of value.
Author: William F. Cornell
Transactional Analysis (TA) has continued to grow and develop ever since its inception by the Canadian American psychiatrist Dr Eric Berne over a half century ago. It has proven itself to be an extremely useful model for human relations professionals working in a variety of contexts and fields, such as psychotherapy, coaching and counselling, management and organisational development, or parenting and education. TA combines an accessible theory on the development of people and systems with a practical approach, centred on the possibilities of change, growth and development. Into TA is a comprehensive textbook of contemporary TA in theory and practice. The first section of the book focusses on theory, presented so that both beginning and experienced professionals will find much of value. TA theory is then further integrated with other current models of psychology, education, and organisational consultation. The second section provides rich and stimulating examples of TA in practice that bring the theory to life.
I did a similar analysis of the newly emerging field of culture and design (Altman,
1986). In a somewhat presumptuous paper presented at the National Conference
on Graduate Education in Psychology, I used dialectic and transactional ideas ...
Author: Irwin Altman
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This eleventh volume in the series departs from the pattern of earlier volumes. Some of those volumes addressed research, design, and policy topics in terms of environmental settings, for example, homes, communities, neighborhoods, and public places. Others focused on environmental users, for example, chil dren and the elderly. The present volume examines the field of environment and behavior studies itself in the form of intellectual histories of some of its most productive and still visible senior participants. In so doing we hope to provide readers with a grand sweep of the field-its research and design content, methodology, institutions, and past and future trajectories-through the experiences and intellectual histories of its participants. Why intellectual histories? Several factors led to the decision to launch this project. For one, 1989 was an anniversary and commemorative year for the Environmental Design Research Association, perhaps the major and most long-standing interdisciplinary organization of environment and behavior re searchers and practitioners. Established in 1969, this organization has been the vehicle for generations of researchers and practitioners from many disciplines to come together annually to exchange ideas, present papers, and develop professional and personal relationships. It held its first and twentieth meetings in North Carolina, with the twentieth conference substantially devoted to dis cussions of the past, present, and future of the field-a taking stock, so to speak. Thus it seemed appropriate to launch a volume on intellectual histories at this significant juncture in the life of the field.
... philosophical, theoretical, and methodological emphasis of transactional analysis (TA). This shift has mirrored similar movements in the wider worlds of
psychotherapy and counselling, as well as psychology, education, organizational
Author: Heather Fowlie
'Through different voices and styles of contributions, including papers, edited talks and panel discussion, this collection explores and applies the principles of relational transactional analysis. It sets them in social, cultural and political contexts, and considers a number of important implications of this particular relational turn in psychotherapy. The book advances relational transactional analyses and, in doing so, reflects the creativity and vibrancy of contemporary TA. The editors have skilfully brought together different generations of TA practitioners in an accessible and stimulating volume. I commend the editors and highly recommend the book.'- Dr Keith Tudor, author of a number of books and co-author of the article "Co-creative transactional analysis" in the Transactional Analysis Journal. He is Associate Professor, Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, Aotearoa, New Zealand.
An Ecological-Transactional Approach to Understanding Child Problems and
Interventions Linda Wilmshurst. Normal, 68% of Bell-shaped Curve population '
2.14% § .13% 40 —30 --20 —1 o 0 +1 0 +20 +30 +40 Standard deviations 55 70
Author: Linda Wilmshurst
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Clinical and Educational Child Psychology: An Ecological-Transactional Approach to Developmental Problems and Interventions explores developmental milestones in early childhood and adolescence and provides intervention strategies in both clinical and educational contexts. Currently one of the only books on child psychopathology that is up to date with recently-released DSM-V standards Explores how challenges commonly encountered at ages 3-18 can influence development Draws on contemporary research on the developing brain to show why some children may be vulnerable to a host of clinical and educational problems Equips readers to develop case formulations and interventions in a holistic way Discusses developmental milestones and adjustment disorders in both early childhood and adolescence
Whether anyone in the United Kingdom would ever have to speak for a transactional analysis model of supervision in such a ... Gordon Law , M . Ed . , is
a Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst and a UKCP - registered transactional ...
This book is therefore an attempt to introduce these vital disciplines in teacher education curriculum and it is aimed at making the teaching and learning of the disciplines more effective and result oriented.
Author: K. A. Alao
Publisher: Strategic Insight Publishing
About the BookThe two professional disciplines of Educational and Counselling psychology are crucial to the study and art of science and education. This book is therefore an attempt to introduce these vital disciplines in teacher education curriculum and it is aimed at making the teaching and learning of the disciplines more effective and result oriented. The intended audience includes psychology and education students in the universities, Colleges of Education, and the Polytechnics. It is also intended to be source of information for the general reader who is interested in knowing about the science of the mind and how it functions.
Author: Raymond H. Witte, PhD, NCSPPublish On: 2014-10-27
Developmental Psychology, 41, 479–491. doi:10.1037/0012-16184.108.40.2069
Georgiou, S. N., & Fanti, K. A. (2010). A transactional model of bullying and
victimization. Social Psychology of Education, 13(3), 295–311. Gini, G., Albiero, P
., Benelli, ...
Author: Raymond H. Witte, PhD, NCSP
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
"Mental Health Practice in Todayís Schools: Issues and Interventions provides a comprehensive guide to the mental health issues of students in our schools and practical school-wide prevention and intervention strategies to address these challenges. This text will likely serve as an essential resource for mental health practitioners and educators working in the schools for years to come." --Michael A. Keim, NCC, Columbus State University, The Professional Counselor In today's schools, the variety and consequences of mental health problems are growing and receiving greater public attention. Moreover, dwindling resources add to the difficulties of providing adequate mental health services. This practice-oriented, evidence-based resource addresses the key mental health issues and challenges facing school-based professionals and helps to facilitate effective and focused mental health consultation, training, and counseling within the school setting. Grounded in a tiered intervention approach to school psychological practices, this text focuses on preventive and proactive services that are integrated at the school-wide and classroom levels, as well as more intensive mental health services for the most vulnerable students. In addition to addressing core issues such as screening for at-risk students, Response to Intervention (RTI) and mental health, culturally sensitive practices, community services and supports, law and ethics, and the role of micro-skills in daily practice, this text also covers critical topics such as bullying and cyber-bullying, physical and sexual abuse, suicide prevention and intervention, school crisis response, threat assessment, and substance abuse. Chapters feature illustrative case examples as well as summaries of key concepts. Facilitating knowledge and awareness of evidence-based mental health practices in schools for practitioners at every level of service, this textbook is also an essential resource for graduate students in school psychology, school guidance and counseling, school social work, and educational leadership. KEY FEATURES: Emphasizes mental health practice from school-wide prevention to student-specific intervention Highlights the essential service connection of RTI to student mental health needs and issues Expands graduate students’ and practitioners’ knowledge and skill sets regarding high need issues and challenges Describes state-of-the-art, evidence-based mental health programs, services, and approaches Includes case examples within chapters and extensive capstone case studies
Plas, J. M. and Dokecki, P. Philosophy-based education: A transactional
approach. Professional Psychology, 1982, 13, 278-282. Positive Education
Program. Helping disturbed children: A model for systematic treatment.
Cleveland, Ohio: ...
Author: Marvin J. Fine
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Disturbed children constitute a sizeable and varied percentage of the child population. Generally, two to three percent have severe, longstanding problems and 20 to 30 percent have current, more transient problems. While preventive efforts are needed, it also seems obvious that many children will continue to function in a disturbed and disturbing fashion and will continue to require vari ous kinds of therapeutic interventions. These interventions will mainly occur in school and community settings. This book attempts to present a picture of some fairly popular models of intervention and to consider important related issues. There are probably as many ways of coping with disturbed children as there are creative, caring persons attempting to do the coping. A growing literature exists on ways of conceptual izing and intervening with such children. It was believed by the editor that an organized body of information on these concepts and techniques would prove useful to student and practitioner. A danger with such collections is that if they mainly portray novel or atypi cal techniques, while informative, the book quickly becomes passe and of li mited value. This book's focus is on contemporary thought, but also on orien tations that have stood the test of some time and the stability of the under lying theory.
Educational Psychology, 27(6), 713–36. ... Homophobic teasing, psychological
outcomes, and sexual orientation among high school students: What influence do
parents and schools have? ... A transactional model of bullying and victimization.
Author: Alex Gitterman
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Category: Social Science
When community and family support systems are weak or unavailable, and when internal resources fail, populations that struggle with chronic, persistent, acute, and/or unexpected problems become vulnerable to physical, cognitive, emotional, and social deterioration. Yet despite numerous risk factors, a large number of vulnerable people do live happy and productive lives. This best-selling handbook examines not only risk and vulnerability factors in disadvantaged populations but also resilience and protective strategies for managing and overcoming adversity. This third edition reflects new demographic data, research findings, and theoretical developments and accounts for changing economic and political realities, including immigration and health care policy reforms. Contributors have expanded their essays to include practice with individuals, families, and groups, and new chapters consider working with military members and their families, victims and survivors of terrorism and torture, bullied children, and young men of color.
Beyond Interaction: The Relational Construct Of “Transactional Presence”. Open
Learning: TheJournal of Open and Distance Learning, 17(2), 121-137. Short, J.,
Williams, E., & Christie, B. (1976). The Social Psychology of Telecommunications
Author: Gibson, David
Publisher: IGI Global
Category: Business & Economics
Contains research and current trends used in digital simulations of teaching, surveying the uses of games and simulations in teacher education.
In a manner similar to that seen in parenting, a transactional process (Sameroff &
Chandler, 1975) can occur in mentoring. In the transactional model of parenting,
both parent and child bring traits and behaviors to the interaction, and they both ...
Author: Dana S. Dunn
Publisher: Oxford University Press
The Oxford Handbook of Undergraduate Psychology Education is dedicated to providing comprehensive coverage of teaching, pedagogy, and professional issues in psychology. The Handbook is designed to help psychology educators at each stage of their careers, from teaching their first courses and developing their careers to serving as department or program administrators. The goal of the Handbook is to provide teachers, educators, researchers, scholars, and administrators in psychology with current, practical advice on course creation, best practices in psychology pedagogy, course content recommendations, teaching methods and classroom management strategies, advice on student advising, and administrative and professional issues, such as managing one's career, chairing the department, organizing the curriculum, and conducting assessment, among other topics. The primary audience for this Handbook is college and university-level psychology teachers (at both two and four-year institutions) at the assistant, associate, and full professor levels, as well as department chairs and other psychology program administrators, who want to improve teaching and learning within their departments. Faculty members in other social science disciplines (e.g., sociology, education, political science) will find material in the Handbook to be applicable or adaptable to their own programs and courses.
As a qualified clinical psychologist and practising psychotherapist well schooled
in existential/phenomenological and ... In 1975 I met my first American TA person,
Dr Dorothy Jongeward, who led an introductory course to transactional analysis
in Johannesburg. ... of the major centres for liberal humanistic adult education
which challenged the institutionalised devaluation of human beings - Wilgepruit.
Author: Petruska Clarkson
Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy: An Integrated Approach is the first advanced clinical textbook for many years, written for psychotherapists and counsellors who use the theory and techniques of Transactional Analysis in their practice or who are interested in expanding their repertoire. Clarkson provides a comprehensive guide to goal-setting and clinical planning for every stage of treatment. Not only a practical textbook relevant to modern developments in supervision, but one which makes a new and original contribution to ways of thinking about transference and countertransference, the theory of self and the process of psychotherapeutic change.
Transactional Psychology : Its Relation to Perception John Dewey usually is
credited with first using the term “ transaction . ” By “ transaction ” is meant that an
organism and an environment are parts of a total process and that one cannot ...
Author: Thomas Michael Weiss
Category: Educational Psychology
Although data in some areas are far from adequate, today's teacher has the benefit of many psychological principles to guide the teaching-learning process. The purpose of this book is to bring together the scientifically-derived principles of child and adolescent psychology as they relate to learning. This work was written for the benefit of undergraduate students who are preparing to teach. As the title suggests, it is presumed that psychological foundations are basic to other professional work in teacher education.
and experimental which can be called " classical " or Macademic psychology . It
is classical in the sense that it is in a direct line with the classical conception of
science coming out of astronomy , chemistry , geology , mechanics , and physics .
Whilst positive education is becoming a better known concept, particularly
applied to secondary schools, and positive ... systemic level understanding of
tertiary institutions, one that extends beyond traditional, transactional
understandings of ...
Author: Acacia C. Parks
Positive psychology – the scientific study of happiness – is a rapidly burgeoning field, and in no area more so than education. More departments than ever are offering courses in positive psychology, and demand for these courses is consistently high. Graduate programs offering concentrations in positive psychology have appeared at both masters and doctoral level. Educational institutions have expressed interest in using principles of positive psychology to inform institutional structure, faculty development and pedagogy. Positive psychology has been taught and applied in higher education for almost as long as it has existed as a field, but there is little in the way of published literature that brings all of these developments together. The chapters in this volume represent the use of positive psychology at all levels of higher education – from institutional practices and curricular development to pedagogy and the teaching of positive psychology content itself. This book provides an in-depth look at this exciting area of applied positive psychology which will be relevant to educators and administrators alike. This book is based on a special issue of The Journal of Positive Psychology.