Classroom Emotional Abuse

the forgotten dimension of safeguarding, child protection, and safer recruitment

Recent News

Self-Evaluation Questionnaires Available

The Teacher and Pupil Self-Evaluation questionnaires will be made available online at this website. They will be accessed from the left-hand menu of the home pages (and several other pages). Completing them and submitting your responses will help future research. The Teacher Self-Evaluation questionnaire will help all teachers to evaluate how they conduct classes. The Pupil Self-Evaluation questionnaire enable pupils and students to check their experiences in classes and lectures. Not all behaviours described in the questionnaires are abusive, but some are.

The questionnaires are temporarily not available while the website has been moved and is being rebuilt due to earlier hacker activity. The new website should be much more resilient against hacking.

Book Contents

Preface

Future Editions    

Chapter 1 - Introduction    

Background    
Book Structure

Chapter 2 - What is Emotional Abuse?

Abuse  
Emotion
Emotional+Abuse
Forms of Emotional Abuse
Abuser Motivations and Associations
Effects of Emotional Abuse
Abusers
Cultural causes

Chapter 3- Classroom Emotional Abuse

Scope
The Classroom

Chapter 4 - Child Protection, Safeguarding and Safer Recruitment

Child Protection
Safeguarding
Safer Recruitment


Chapter 5 - Every Child Matters

Critical Perspectives on ECM and Safeguarding
Children Rights Policy for Schools
Know What Your Schoolchildren Really Think

Chapter 6 - Teacher Self-Evaluation

Psychological Abuse Scale For Teachers
Demeaning
Discriminating
Dominating
Destabilizing
Distancing
Diverse

Chapter 7 - Pupil Self-Evaluation

Psychological Abuse Scale For Pupils
Questions Relating to Demeaning Conduct
Questions Relating to Discriminating Conduct
Questions Relating to Dominating Conduct
Questions Relating to Destabilizing Conduct
Questions Relating to Distancing Conduct
Diverse Questions

Chapter 8 - The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly...

The Good ...
The Bad ...
The Ugly ...

Appendix A - Definitions

Appendix B

International Declarations of the Rights of the Child

Geneva Declaration of the Rights of the Child
UN Declaration of the Rights of the Child (UNDRC)
UNDRC Plain Language Version
UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC)

Appendix C - Draft School Child Rights Policy

Purpose
Principles
Child Protection and Safeguarding
Education Rights
Freedom of Expression
Freedom of Thought, Conscience, and Religion
Rights of Assembly and Association
Rights of Privacy, Family Life, and Reputation
Right to Challenge Punishment and Detention
Right to Freedom from Exploitation
Special Educational Needs
Related Policies

Appendix D - Wikipedia Articles

References

Index

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