Intensive Interaction emotional development and emotional well-being: by Melanie Nind

For my blog this week I am again summarising a chapter from the book ‘Intensive Interaction Theoretical Perspectives‘ (Ed: Hewett, D. 2011) that I have been rereading recently. This time it is the chapter by Professor Melanie Nind:  Intensive Interaction, emotional development and emotional well-being  In this chapter Melanie Nind (now Professor of Education and Director of the Centre for ResearchContinue reading “Intensive Interaction emotional development and emotional well-being: by Melanie Nind”

Using Intensive Interaction with learners or service users who present with some level of ‘engagement and/or task avoidance’

My Blog this week is admittedly quite long – but please stick with it as I think it addresses a vitally important but little discussed issue. Here goes: The 2019 Intensive Interaction Weekend Workshop discussed using Intensive Interaction with learners or service users who presented with some level of engagement or task avoidance*. We collectively as participantsContinue reading “Using Intensive Interaction with learners or service users who present with some level of ‘engagement and/or task avoidance’”

‘Interactive approaches to teaching and learning’ by Dr Penny Lacy

Interactive approaches to teaching and learning  For my blog this week (which are becoming much more infrequent I know, sorry about that) I am summarising a chapter by the late and sadly missed Dr Penny Lacy from the book: ‘Intensive Interaction Theoretical Perspectives‘ (2011) edited by Dave Hewett, Sage Publications, London.  There is some belting stuff in it!Continue reading “‘Interactive approaches to teaching and learning’ by Dr Penny Lacy”