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Screening for antisocial development: How can we overcome the difficulties early childhood teachers experience when screening for antisocial development in young children?
(University of Canterbury. School of Health Sciences, 2015)
‘A Sense of Myself as a Mother’: An Exploration of Maternal Fantasies in the Experience of ‘Circumstantial Childlessness’
‘Circumstantially childless’ women (Cannold 2000) are those who have seen themselves as having a biological child or children at some point in their lives, but have come to — or are approaching — the end of their ...
Insights from an Editor’s Journey: An interview with Gert Biesta
Gert J. J. Biesta is a widely known and respected scholar in the field of education. He has published a large number of articles, books, chapters and other work. From 1999 to 2014, he was editor-in-chief of the journal ...
An Educational Approach to the Art of Living
This article will engage with theories about the art of living and the good life, especially Schmid’s concept “Lebenskunst”, as well as with relevant findings of positive psychology research from an educational point of ...
The notion of well-being in the New Zealand education system
This article engages with the notion of well-being in two ways: it explores how well-being is constructed and used in the two New Zealand national curriculum documents, Te Whāriki: He Whāriki Mātauranga Mō nga Mokopuna o ...
A study on in-match rugby coaches' communications with players: A holistic approach
Background: While there is significant interest in coach behaviour during training sessions and recognition of what it could add to existing knowledge on coaching, in-game coach behaviour has received little attention.Purpose: ...
Mushin and learning in and beyond budo
© Idokan Poland Association. Recent developments in the theorization of learning reflect a degree of frustration with the limitations of Western dualism and, in particular, with its separation of mind from body. These ...