Interested in exploring emotions and agency? do not miss this conference


Manchester Roundtable on the role of emotions and agency in teaching and beyond
23 – 25 May 2018


Sociocultural approaches to human development and mind have become a prominent theoretical perspective in teaching, and have also served as a framework for empirical studies on how teachers act, make decisions, and design learning spaces that lead to effective practice. However, it is not yet clear enough how emotional factors, along with cognitive engagement assist teachers in their job, how emotions influence transformative and relational agency, and more generally how emotions relate to problem solving and decision making processes.

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