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Human Relations in Education.

By: Hall, Carol.
Contributor(s): Hall, Eric | Hall, , James | Hall Carol | Hall, Dr Eric | Hall, James Ed.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon : Taylor and Francis, 2014Copyright date: ©1988Edition: 1st ed.Description: 1 online resource (264 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780203392638.Subject(s): Communication in education | Electronic books. -- local | Interpersonal relations | Teacher-student relationshipsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Human Relations in EducationDDC classification: 371.102 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Human relations in education -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Introduction -- 1 Human relations in education -- The nature of experience -- Experiential learning -- Humanistic education -- Summary -- Connections -- 2 Taking control of conditioning -- Learned helplessness -- Locus of control -- Personal causation -- Training for greater control -- From the management of behaviour to self-control -- Self-management -- Summary -- Connections -- 3 The self in human relations -- Educational experience and the self-concept -- Expression of self through personal constructs -- Defending the self from threat -- Summary -- Connections -- 4 Communication skills for the classroom and pastoral care -- Basic attention -- Posture -- Minimal encouragement and silence -- Open and closed questions -- Reflection of content -- Expression of feeling -- Reflection of feeling -- Self-disclosure -- Confrontation and assertion -- Learning the skills -- Summary -- Connections -- 5 Channels of communication -- The use of language -- The use of fantasy -- Non-verbal communication -- Putting it all together -- Conclusions -- Connections -- 6 Stress and relaxation -- Stress -- Relaxation -- Summary -- Connections -- 7 Developing relationships in groups -- The small group experience -- Group dynamics -- Small group training and education -- Summary -- Connections -- 8 Conclusion -- Appendix -- References -- Index.
Summary: As a teacher, how can I increase my personal effectiveness, and how can I improve the quality of relationships in the classroom? These are the two fundamental questions which Human Relations in Education sets out to answer - in a way that will appeal to all those concerned with education. Eric and Carol Hall examine issues such as self-concept, social and emotional learning, the dynamics of the staffroom and the classroom, as well as stress management and relaxation. They demonstrate how these affect human relations in schools and colleges. Interpersonal communications and counselling skills are then examined in terms of language, imagery and non-verbal communication. With its original blend of theory and practical exercises, Human Relations in Education is essential reading for both experienced teachers and teachers in training.
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Cover -- Human relations in education -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Introduction -- 1 Human relations in education -- The nature of experience -- Experiential learning -- Humanistic education -- Summary -- Connections -- 2 Taking control of conditioning -- Learned helplessness -- Locus of control -- Personal causation -- Training for greater control -- From the management of behaviour to self-control -- Self-management -- Summary -- Connections -- 3 The self in human relations -- Educational experience and the self-concept -- Expression of self through personal constructs -- Defending the self from threat -- Summary -- Connections -- 4 Communication skills for the classroom and pastoral care -- Basic attention -- Posture -- Minimal encouragement and silence -- Open and closed questions -- Reflection of content -- Expression of feeling -- Reflection of feeling -- Self-disclosure -- Confrontation and assertion -- Learning the skills -- Summary -- Connections -- 5 Channels of communication -- The use of language -- The use of fantasy -- Non-verbal communication -- Putting it all together -- Conclusions -- Connections -- 6 Stress and relaxation -- Stress -- Relaxation -- Summary -- Connections -- 7 Developing relationships in groups -- The small group experience -- Group dynamics -- Small group training and education -- Summary -- Connections -- 8 Conclusion -- Appendix -- References -- Index.

As a teacher, how can I increase my personal effectiveness, and how can I improve the quality of relationships in the classroom? These are the two fundamental questions which Human Relations in Education sets out to answer - in a way that will appeal to all those concerned with education. Eric and Carol Hall examine issues such as self-concept, social and emotional learning, the dynamics of the staffroom and the classroom, as well as stress management and relaxation. They demonstrate how these affect human relations in schools and colleges. Interpersonal communications and counselling skills are then examined in terms of language, imagery and non-verbal communication. With its original blend of theory and practical exercises, Human Relations in Education is essential reading for both experienced teachers and teachers in training.

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