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Understanding Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education in Secondary Schools
This book provides an overview essential for a proper understanding of effective approaches to PSHE education in secondary education and the valuable role it can play in promoting the health and wellbeing of adolescents.
The importance and scope of PSHE education
The theory and research evidence for effective practice in the secondary school
School structures which support effective teaching and learning in PSHE education
Assessment for, and of, learning in PSHE education
The role of visiting experts in PSHE education
Overlaps with pastoral and therapeutic support
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An excellent resources not just for newly qualified teachers of PSHE but all teachers. It is a good resource manual to refer to when trying to achieve best practise in PSHE teaching.It is laid out very clearly with aims and objectives clearly indicated which teachers can identify with. The information is current and unto date including reference to the new Character Education framework.It sets out the importance of setting ground rules and includes guidance on teaching sensitive issues. Clear referencing aids further study for those teachers who may want to pursue further research into a specific topic.It highlights the importance of the subject not only to the students themselves, but to the school's need to safeguard children and provide teaching models for school to adopt in order to meet Ousted's `Outstanding' criteria..This is a handbook for every PSHE lead. -- Marilyn Worthington Understanding PSHE Education in Secondary Schools is an accessible read for all educators concerned with promoting and delivering high quality PSHE education. It provides a theoretical underpinning to the subject, as well as practical ideas and case-studies. It is invaluable in its guidance for the PSHE subject leader on how s/he might organise the curriculum content, model of delivery and activities, what works well and what to avoid. It focuses on developing skills and attitudes, as well as knowledge, to ensure that young people are equipped for life beyond school and into the future. The approach is positive and inclusive, clearly steering the reader away from shock tactics and didactic messages in favour of empowerment and pro-choice teaching.
Throughout the book there are opportunities for the reader to reflect on one's personal values and experiences and activities to support the refining of one's own teaching of PSHE education.
The most challenging and sensitive subjects within PSHE are considered candidly and honestly with clear application opportunities in real-life situations, thus supporting the educator to be prepared and confident in his/her teaching. The context is very much up-to-date and relevant to the teaching of young people in an ever-changing world. -- Julie McCann