Childhood well-being and resilience : influences on educational outcomes / edited by Zeta Williams-Brown and Sarah Mander.Material type: TextPublisher: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2021Copyright date: © 2021Description: 1 online resource (xv, 184 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780429324635; 0429324634; 9781000207552; 1000207552; 9781000207514; 100020751X; 9781000207538; 1000207536Subject(s): Child development | Resilience (Personality trait) in children | School environment -- Psychological aspects | School mental health services | Affective education | EDUCATION / GeneralDDC classification: 372.21 LOC classification: LB1115 | .C514 2021Online resources: Taylor & Francis | OCLC metadata license agreement
"A David Fulton Book" -- taken from front cover.
Section 1. Defining well being and resilience in education -- Understanding the concept of child well being: domains, dimensions and discourses -- The concept of resilience and implications for interventions in schools -- Well being, mental health and the student population -- Listening to children: the rights of the child -- Section 2. The role of children and young people in their own well being and resilience -- What does resilience mean to children? -- The importance of positive peer relationships for child well being and resilience -- Mental health in digital lives -- Section 3. Examples of practice interventions that support children and young people's well being and resilience -- Well being and outdoor learning -- The role of mindfulness in supporting well being in young children -- Education and social work working collaboratively to support vulnerable families: Benefits and tensions -- Solution focused resilience work: From the fantastical to the real -- Section 4. Societal and cultural influences upon childrens and young people's well being and resilience -- The flourishing practitioner -- Developing a resilient nation. Devolution and the Welsh approach to enhancing well being -- Well being as a right: Challenging the role of educational professionals in supporting children in Italian schools -- The role of the kindergarten in children's well being and resilience: The case of Norway.
"This book examines the ways in which well being affects educational outcomes. Using an ecological approach, the book defines what we mean by well being and resilience in education and how this relates to policy and children and young people's rights. The book considers strategies utilised by the education, health, voluntary and private sectors which promote well being and resilience for children and young people from the early years to adulthood. This book also explores societal factors such as poverty and family well being. Childhood Well being and Resilience goes on to provide examples of practice interventions inside and outside the classroom. It represents a sea change in professional approaches to well being and resilience as protective factors against poor mental health. It includes chapters on key topics such as: The concept of child well being, resilience and the rights of the child; peer interaction and well being; social media and mental health; well being and outdoor learning; mindfulness for young children; international policy and child well being. This book supports professionals to increase their knowledge, establish a skill set and build their confidence which can enable children and young people to develop good levels of well being and to improve their resilience. Including reflective questions and case studies, Childhood Well being and Resilience is essential reading for undergraduate students studying Early Childhood Studies, Education Studies, Teaching Awards and Family and Community Studies"-- Provided by publisher.
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