Teaching character in the primary classroom
EdCentral community rating

Add to my reading list
Author(s):
Dr Tom Harrison, Dr John Ryan and Ian Morris

This book aims to provide clear, accessible advice to primary school teachers and other education professionals on how to enhance character education provision. It covers core themes including what character education is, and what it is not; why character matters; and what the role of the classroom teacher is in building pupils' character.

The authors offer practical advice and resources for delivering vital character education provision, whether in dedicated lessons or as part of a whole school ethos. They cover, in detail, the theory of character education as well as advice and guidance about how this should be applied in practice in primary schools.






In listing research, EdCentral makes no judgment or recommendation as to its quality, validity or methodology and none should be inferred. Through peer ratings left by education practitioners, EdCentral’s aim is to support the development of a repository of shared knowledge and experience.

*   Please note that your reading list can only be saved permanently if you are logged into your account.


Author(s):
Dr Tom Harrison, Dr John Ryan and Ian Morris

Published by:
Sage Publications

Date of publication:
April 2016

Country of origin:
UK

CPD opportunities:

Offering practical advice on how to help pupils’ character development, this book will be of use to primary teachers. 


£:

Record ID:
R245 / 349
Author(s) biog(s):
Dr Tom Harrison

Associated coverage:
Books Education

Related reading:
Future Learn Blog 2014

Rating Summary:


0 based on 0 votes





Start a discussion



Back to search results   |   New search   |   View my reading list   |   Print this page

EdCentral Logo

EdCentral Logo