Challenging Dominant Views on Student Behaviour at School : Answering BackMaterial type: TextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Singapore : Springer Singapore, 2016Description: 1 online resource (198 p.)ISBN: 9789811006289Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Challenging Dominant Views on Student Behaviour at School : Answering BackDDC classification: 370 LOC classification: L1-991Online resources:
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Acknowledgments -- Contents -- Chapter 1: Introduction: Why It Is Important to Answer Back -- Introduction -- The Australian Context -- Behaviour in Australian Schools National Summit -- How This Book Is Organised -- References -- Chapter 2: Daring to Disagree About School 'Discipline': An Australian Case Study of a Media-Led Backlash -- Introduction -- Preparing for the National Summit on Behaviour in Australian Schools -- What Happened? -- A Case Study of a Social Media Backlash -- 'Academics are Idiots': Playing the 'Anti-intellectual' Hand -- Creating a False Dichotomy
Punishment Works -- Summary and Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 3: Understanding and Challenging Dominant Discourses About Student Behaviour at School -- Introduction -- Why Focus on Discourses? -- Evidence of Discourses of Control -- Macro-level Influences -- Micro-level Influences -- The 'Ecology' of the Classroom -- Professional Role Conformity: The Role of Teacher Folklore -- Responsibility and Accountability -- Behavioural Attributions -- 'Answering Back' -- 'We Changed the Conversation from the Deficit View of the Child and Their Family, and the Community': St Xavier's Primary School
Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 4: Promoting Pedagogies of Engagement in Secondary Schools: Possibilities for Pedagogical Reform -- Taking Context Seriously -- Introducing the Redesigning Pedagogy in the North Project -- Introducing the Idea of the School as a Machine -- The Secondary School as a Context for Constituting Actually Existing Pedagogy -- Logics of School Organisation -- Logics of School Culture -- Logics of Pedagogy -- Working with/against the Secondary School as a Logic Machine -- References -- Chapter 5: Goodbye Mr Chips, Hello Dr Phil?
Enlisting Inspector Harry Frances Callahan in the School? -- The Hidden Injuries of Schooling and the Struggle to Explain Them -- Enlisting the Data -- La Nostalgie N'est Plus Ce Qu'elle Était (Simone Signoret 1978) -- Competitive Individualism and Neo-liberal Schooling -- Taming and Domesticating Inclusion -- Biopolitics and the Management of Student Identities -- Conclusions? Not Yet -- References -- Chapter 6: Rethinking Mis/Behaviour in Schools: From 'Youth as a Problem' to the 'Relational School' -- Introduction -- 'Youth as a Problem': Deficit Thinking and State Intervention Historically
'The Problem of Schooling': Institutional Power, Control and Resistance -- Alternative Possibilities: Imagining the 'Relational School' -- Concluding Remarks -- References -- Chapter 7: Reframing 'Behaviour' in Schools: The Role of Recognition in Improving Student Wellbeing -- Introduction -- Understanding Behaviour in Schools -- Introducing the 'Wellbeing in Schools' Study -- Theoretical Interests -- Key Findings -- The Importance of Relationships -- Taking Account of Recognition -- Having a Say -- Misrecognition -- Rethinking Behaviour in the Context of Wellbeing: The Role of Recognition
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Author notes provided by SyndeticsDr Anna Sullivan is a Senior Lecturer in Education at the University of South Australia. Her current research interests include critical policy studies, micropolitics, teachers' work, classroom management and school discipline.
Dr Bruce Johnson is an Emeritus Professor of Education at the University of South Australia. His research interests include human resilience, curriculum theory and development, school reform, classroom management, and sexuality education.
Bill Lucas is a Senior Lecturer in Education at the University of South Australia. His research interests include pedagogy, social justice, leadership, school reform and the management of learning environments.