NEW YORK, NY – Pace University Press is excited to announce the release of Perspectives on Early Childhood Psychology and Education, Volume 6, Issue 1.
This special issue features an analysis of classroom management, with special attention on making the classroom more accessible and giving students the dignity they deserve. “Current approaches to classroom management have a long-term impact on student development and often not in constructive ways,” said editor David McIntosh. “I really hope that you become an advocate for approaches that do not harm students’ psychological and cognitive well-being after reading this volume.“
Among the articles included:
“Breathe and Be Ready to Learn: The Misuse of Social-Emotional Learning Programs as Classroom Management,” by Molly McManus
“Compliance and Control: The Hidden Curriculum of Social Emotional Learning,” by Kristin Cipollone, Emily Brown Hoffman, and Maria B. Sciuchetti
For a complete Table of Contents or to place an order, visit press.pace.edu.
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