Well-Being in Education: A Study of Theory and Practice
|Author: ||Eades, Jennifer|
Well-being is increasingly of interest of schools and educational policy makers in the UK and beyond. This monograph is a philosophical and empirical enquiry into the relationship between well-being and education and into the nature of a theory and practice of well-being in educational settings.
"... Jenny Fox Eades provides a scholarly and imaginative account of well-being as a way of being, in schools, a part of the fabric of the school, essential to the inter-generational encounter that justifies all schooling. How we (should) think and how we (should) care - for the people and for what we study - are described in all their fascinating complexity. Thanks to this book, well-being can be a lens through which all education can be critiqued, and good education can be encouraged."
Professor Julian Stern,
York St. John University
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction: A Contribution to the Theory and Practice of Well-Being in Education
Chapter 2: Literature Review
Chapter 3: The Nature of Well-Being
Chapter 4: A Theory and Practice of educational Well-Being
Chapter 5: An Empirical, Contemplative Methodology
Chapter 6: Empirical Findings
Chapter 7: Discussion of Empirical Findings
Chapter 8: Conclusions