Read Richard Evans' article in Teachwire

21 May 2021

"In my experience, teaching literacy (or any given school subject) in isolation without pupils also gaining a good handle on their own emotional literacy “ what makes them and others tick; how they can adapt themselves for the betterment of both “ has limited long-term benefit."

Read the full article here.

In his new book Independent Thinking on Emotional Literacy, Richard reminds every school educator that behind every child is a set of circumstances so entwined “ and within them a set of emotions so involved “ that to ignore them is to be complicit in any educational failings experienced by that child. Find out more here.


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