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Arts Therapies And Psychotherapy Training: An International Survey
This paper presents a comparative analysis of data received from the dissemination of a qualitative questionnaire to 12 countries. The survey was concerned with the extent to which group therapy was incorporated into the ...
Exclusion by Inclusion : Issues for Deaf Pupils and Their Mainstream Teachers
This article explores the practice of local mainstream inclusion for deaf children and the issues this raises for pupils and teachers. Problems with both academic and social inclusion, due to difficulties with communication, ...
Values Acquisition and Values Education: Some Proposals
Three proposals are made regarding values acquisition in schools. It is believed that: (a) optimal conditions for the integration of values into school-students' lives will include students' voluntary commitments; (b) ...
Developing a framework for the study of teachers’ views of creativity in music education.
In this paper past and present controversies surrounding the meaning of the term ‘creativity’ are outlined and different approaches taken by previous studies on creativity are reviewed. In relation to this I suggest a ...
Authentic movement and supervision
This paper explores the ways in which the discipline of Authentic Movement (Pallaro 1999) might be used as an avenue for developing the ‘wise inner teacher/higher self’ (Rowan 1993) or the ‘internal supervisor’ (Casement ...
Primary teachers careers in England and Wales: the relationship between gender, role, position and promotion aspirations
This study explores gender differences in UK primary teachers’ perceptions of their careers, through a national questionnaire survey and follow-up interviews. It is framed by reference to Weiner’s three main components of ...