29 min

S02 E13 - The Pedagogies of Punishment Project: What Makes Responses to Wrongs Permissible‪?‬ The Emotional Curriculum

    • Education

In this episode, in our series exploring punishment in schools, we talk to Dr Helen Brown Coverdale, from the UCL School of Public Policy, about how we can use care ethics to guide our approach to punishment in school.
We explore how punishment itself may not be enough to stop a person committing the wrong in the future and how, instead, education could focus on building the capacity to resist the temptation to do wrong.  We discuss the role shame and stigma has in punishment and how students can be empowered by different approaches to wrong doing. 
You can find out more about the project at www.pedagogiesofpunishment.com.  
You can find out more about Helen's work at http://helenbrowncoverdale.nfshost.com/
Twitter: @emcurriculum
Contact: Theemotionalcurriculum@gmail.com
Music: "Moodswing" by Poddington Bear
From the Free Music Archive
CC by NC

In this episode, in our series exploring punishment in schools, we talk to Dr Helen Brown Coverdale, from the UCL School of Public Policy, about how we can use care ethics to guide our approach to punishment in school.
We explore how punishment itself may not be enough to stop a person committing the wrong in the future and how, instead, education could focus on building the capacity to resist the temptation to do wrong.  We discuss the role shame and stigma has in punishment and how students can be empowered by different approaches to wrong doing. 
You can find out more about the project at www.pedagogiesofpunishment.com.  
You can find out more about Helen's work at http://helenbrowncoverdale.nfshost.com/
Twitter: @emcurriculum
Contact: Theemotionalcurriculum@gmail.com
Music: "Moodswing" by Poddington Bear
From the Free Music Archive
CC by NC

29 min