Activity Theory and knowledge production: twin challenges for the development of schooling for pupils who experience EBD
Daniels, H., 2001. Activity Theory and knowledge production: twin challenges for the development of schooling for pupils who experience EBD. Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties, 6 (2), pp. 113-124.
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The article is based on a paper delivered to the AWCEBD KEYWORDS Conference at Cirencester in 1999, where the focus was upon staff emotional support. The article proposes that some of the causes of teacher and intelligence; worker stress are organizational factors and perceptual bias, and that staff support; stress is an inevitable consequence of working in an environment supervision where human relationships are critical for the successful management of young people with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties.The author suggests that one way of alleviating this stress is through the introduction of supervision to the educational field. Supervision in other helping professions has been successful in providing support, changing perceptions, managing emotions and coping with stressful situations, and in so doing has improved relationships with others and work performance.
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