Relationships for Learning
Linda O’Toole & Jean Gordon
Understanding transactional and generative relationships
A magic recipe for seeing children as competent partners
Maria Paz & Luis Manuel Pinto
It sometimes takes a war for parents to relate to their children as competent partners: How Anne Frank’s story resonates in war zones around the world
Shanti George & Zorica Trikic, with War Child (Netherlands)
Relationships in health settings
Knowledge that emerges in-between
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Learning for social cohesion and inclusion
Head and Heart for Children’s Education: The role of the classroom teacher
Carmel Cefai & Valeria Cavioni
Why does a rehabilitation programme for young offenders work better when it is founded on a caring environment?
Using collective learning to build the trust and alignment needed to solve complex development problems