A study of learners' situational vulnerability: new teachers in Scotland
In this paper an example of vulnerable learners in the workplace is explored, namely new teachers in Scotland. New teachers may not have been regarded as vulnerable learners before but it will be argued that because they are subject to situational vulnerability at the beginning of their careers they are...
Learning as knowledge creation: learning for, and from, all.
‘Learning as knowledge creation’ is a notion of learning that deeply contrasts traditional models of learning and teaching that centre on the idea that knowledge can be acquired. The shift in thinking underpinning this movement from knowledge acquisition to creation can have a profound impact on the everyday learning experiences...
Coping Strategies for Students
This research examined how three coping strategies could support students in Further Education who have difficulties expressing themselves and some students who Self-harm. The first strategy is the ABC Chain Analysis which encourages students who either Self-harm or had emotional outbursts to reflect on how to respond differently. The second strategy...
The Vulnerability of Distance Learning Initial Teacher Education (DLITE)
Can drama help young people with autism to understand the non-verbal behaviours of others and to communicate their own emotional states through non-verbal behaviour?
Activity Agreements: Supporting vulnerable learners post school
Camphill's approach: relevant and effective for today's vulnerable learners