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Culture of Empathy Builder:    Bridget Cooper
 

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Bridget Cooper is Professor of Education at the University of Sunderland in the UK. Bridget has taught for 31 years in schools, adult education and Higher Education in various capacities across the age and attainment range. 

Author: Empathy in Education: Engagement, values and achievement

     
Book Outline:  Empathy in Education: Engagement, values and achievement

A thorough exploration of the role empathy plays in learning throughout all levels of education and its crucial relationship to motivation, values development and achievement.

Introduction

Part I: Empathy, Morality and Learning: A historical background
     1. Empathy: A historical perspective
     2. Empathy and Morality: The relationship
     3. The Nature and Significance of Empathy in Learning

Part II: New Understandings of Empathy in Learning Relationships and the Significance of Context
     4. A New Classification of Empathy
     5. The Benefits of Empathy in Teaching and Learning Relationships
     6. Constraints on Empathy in Learning Relationships
     7. Modeling Empathy and Values
     8. Empathy and Students with Particular Needs: Transformative learning

Part III: Wider Implications: Empathy beyond the school
     9. The Life-long Learner: Emotional engagement as the essence of learning through the life course
     10. Affect, Technology and Learning
     11. Empathy in Management, Systems and Organizations
     12. Spiritual, Personal, Social, Aesthetic Values and Creativity
     13. Affective Issues in the Education and Training of Professionals:
          implications for teacher selection and other training and
          continuing professional development
     14. Implications for the Wider World, Longer Term and Future Work

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Bridget Cooper & Edwin Rutsch: Dialogs on How to Build a Culture of Empathy in Education 


Transcripts

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Bridget Cooper & Edwin Rutsch: Dialogs on How to Build a Culture of Empathy in Education
  Bridget Cooper is Professor of Education at the University of Sunderland in the UK. Bridget has taught for 31 years in schools, adult education and Higher Education in various capacities across the age and attainment range. 
Author: Empathy in Education: Engagement, values and achievement

 


Bridget Cooper & Edwin Rutsch 2: How to Build a Culture of 'Profound' Empathy in Education


Transcripts

  • 00:00 Introduction

  • (transcription pending)

  • (Video Transcriptions: If you would like to take empathic action and create a transcription of this video, check the volunteers page.  The transcriptions will make it easier for other viewers to quickly see the content of this video.)


 

Bridget Cooper & Edwin Rutsch 2: How to Build a Culture of 'Profound' Empathy in Education
  Bridget Cooper is Professor of Education at the University of Sunderland in the UK. Bridget has taught for 31 years in schools, adult education and Higher Education in various capacities across the age and attainment range. 
Author: Empathy in Education: Engagement, values and achievement