Handbook of Positive Psychology in Schools

  • Kelly-Ann Allen Michael J. Furlong Dianne Vella-Brodrick
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The Handbook of Positive Psychology in Schools offers the most current and comprehensive insights into how positive psychology principles provide a framework for young people to become active agents in their own learning. The third edition of this groundbreaking volume assembles the latest global research identifying fundamental assets-hope, optimism, gratitude, self-efficacy, emotional regulation, among others-that support students' learning and well-being. Chapters examining social-ecological perspectives on classroom quality and school climate provide best practice guidance on schoolwide policies and practices. These thirty-five new chapters explore positive psychology's ongoing influence and advances on prevention, intervention, and assessment practices in schools.
SECTION I: CONCEPTUAL AND THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS 1. A Selected Introduction to the Science and Practice of Positive Psychology in Schools 2. PERMAH: A Useful Model for Focusing on Wellbeing in Schools 3. Capacities and Vulnerabilities in the Classroom: Self-Determination Theory and the Promotion of Proactive Human Nature among Students 4. Covitality: Cultivating Psychosocial Strengths and Well-Being 5. Adapting the Dual-Factor Model for Universal School-Based Mental Health Screening: Bridging the Research to Practice Divide SECTION II: INDIVIDUAL PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSETS 6. Wellbeing Literacy: Language Use as a Way to Contextualize the Process of Positive Education 7. Optimism in the Classroom and Beyond 8. Gratitude in School: Benefits to Students and Schools 9. Cultivating Mindfulness in Schools to Promote Well-Being 10. Social Emotional Learning: What are the Learning Outcomes from a Preschool SEL Program (COPE-Resilience) in Taiwan and Australia 11. Physical Activity and Sport 12. Conceptualizations of Well-being during Middle Childhood: Investigating Developmental Shifts through Visual Narrative Analysis 13. Academic Self-Concept: A Key Construct for Positive Psychology 14. Empathy: A Necessary Ingredient in School-Based Social-Emotional Health and Equity 15. Integrating Assessment into School Environments to Promote Students' Psychological Well-Being 16. Coming Together: A comprehensive Overview of the Transdisciplinary Perspectives of School Belonging 17. Academic Self-Efficacy 18. Flow in Schools Reexamined: Cultivating Engagement in Learning from Classrooms to Educational Games 19. Promoting Students' Growth Motivation: Mastery-Structured Classrooms 20. Students' Growth Orientation: Implications for their Academic Flourishing 21. Achievement Emotions 22. Creativity in the Schools: Creativity Models and New Directions SECTION III: WHOLE SCHOOL CLIMATE AND CULTURE 23. Prosocial Approaches to School Climate Improvement: Definitions, Measurement, and Improvement Strategies for Thriving Schools 24. Positive Psychology and School Discipline 25. Understanding and Promoting School Satisfaction in Children and Adolescents 26. Student Voice: Youth Disrupting Barriers to Achieving the Good Life SECTION IV: POSITIVE EDUCATION IN PRACTICE 27. Using Theory of Change for Fostering Well-being and Engagement in Learning Communities 28. Tracking the Effects of Positive Education around the World 29. Enhancing Well-Being in Youth: Positive Psychology Interventions for Education in Britain 30. Application of Positive Psychology in Chinese School Contexts 31. Applications of Positive Psychology in Spain: Strengths-Based Interventions in Diverse Spanish School Ecosystems 32. Measuring and Promoting Resilience in Youth SECTION V: PERSPECTIVE 33. "Smart" Technology has an Important Role to Play in Making Learning about Well-being in Schools Engaging and Real for Students 34. Using Experience Sampling Methods to Understand How Various Life and School Experiences Affect Student Well-being 35. The Use of Positive Psychology Intervention to Foster Teacher Well-being
"An expert team of editors and contributors from around the globe has joined forces to produce a comprehensive, scientific, cross-cultural snapshot of contemporary positive psychology in schools. This book offers a refreshing array of perspectives, processes, and practices that can transform schools into places that intentionally promote wellness and success for students of all ages and levels." -John J. Murphy, Professor of Psychology at the University of Central Arkansas, USA "The Handbook of Positive Psychology in Schools, Third Edition, is a major accomplishment and an immense body of knowledge for anyone interested in children's well-being and positive development. Since its initial study by a small group of devoted experts, positive psychology has grown and developed into a scientific movement. These thirty-five chapters, sorted into five sections, presents a thoughtful effort to better understand not only the positive psychology of children, especially in schools, but also how the COVID-19 pandemic has caused significant changes in schools and learning as well as in children's lives." -Asher Ben-Arieh, Full Professor in the Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Uitgavejaar 2022
ISBN 9780367420826
Serie Educational Psychology Handbook
Verschijningsdatum 1 jan. 2022
Omvang 572
Editie 3rd New edition
Auteur(s) Kelly-Ann Allen Michael J. Furlong Dianne Vella-Brodrick
Bindwijze Gebonden
Taal Engels
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