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by Julia O'Connor

Download Drugs: Partnerships for Policy, Prevention & Education (Studies in Pastoral Care & Personal & Social Education) eBook
ISBN:
0304339458
Author:
Julia O'Connor
Category:
Politics & Government
Language:
English
Publisher:
Continuum (January 1, 1998)
Pages:
256 pages
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Drugs : Partnerships for Policy, Prevention and Education. With the aim of showing how educators can use their skills to inform practical action on problematic drug issues, this text identifies the drug issues emerging in the classroom and highlights strategies for dealing with them.

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3 affective education have not succeeded in changing behaviour, perhaps because not all young people using substances suffer from personal deficiencies and perhaps because some might be motivated less by pathology and more because they enjoy using drugs.

DE&T’s work to advance the education goals and targets set by the Government thus need to address the broad .

DE&T’s work to advance the education goals and targets set by the Government thus need to address the broad social and emotional environment in which learning and teaching occur. Although both these forms of social connectedness support DE&T’s policies for students’ social development, the more demanding level of bridging, is more likely to contribute to achievement of goals of engagement, inclusivity and the valuing of diversity.

Non-college education in the US is perceived much more poorly than . I have the exact same experience as you as an American studying abroad in China for both high school and college.

Non-college education in the US is perceived much more poorly than college education. Oh btw the companies you mention all offer paid programs for dual studies(a degree paired with an aprenticeship) so in these cases, if you got the neccesary grades in school, you even get paid to get such an degree. Chinese student memorize tons of stuff but don’t have the same education in critical thinking.

Counter-extremism is the most dynamic part of UK counterterrorism policy. This article examines Prevent, the flagship counter-extremism programme, through a state-theoretical lens. It addresses questions of state institutionality, state power, and state-society relations. To achieve this, Prevent divides society along political lines; aligns welfare institutions with the security apparatus; mobilises society in a security endeavour; exercises an authoritarian 'pastoral' power; replaces trust with generalised suspicion; and construes subjectivities without capacity for historical agency.

With the aim of showing how educators can use their skills to inform practical action on problematic drug issues, this text identifies the drug issues emerging in the classroom and highlights strategies for dealing with them.