Teaching Empathy in Education Magazine
Visit the individual magazines specifically for empathy and;
* Front Page
* Animals
* Art
* Compassion
* Compassionate Communications (NVC)
* Curriculums
* Education
* Empaths
* Empathy Quotes
* Empathic Design
* Health Care
* Justice
* Self-Empathy & Self-Compassion
* ...
Teaching With Empathy: Why It’s Important | Understood - For learning and thinking differences
Student Behavior and Empathy
What you see your students do and hear them say influences your perception of them. With a classroom full of students, it’s natural to react to students based on those outward behaviors—but what’s happening below the surface?

It’s human nature to focus on how a stude...
Teaching With Empathy: Why It’s Important | Understood - For learning and thinking differences
Student Behavior and Empathy
What you see your students do and hear them say influences your perception of them. With a classroom full of students, it’s natural to react to students based on those outward behaviors—but what’s happening below the surface?

It’s human nature to focus on how a stude...
Empathy is Vital for the Creative Process to Thrive - Helen Demetriou and Edwin Rutsch
Helen Demetriou obtained her PhD in developmental psychology from the Institute of Psychiatry, University of London in 1998, where she also worked at the Centre for Social, Genetic and Developmental Research.  Since then, she has worked at the Faculty of Education of the University of Cambridge a...
Coronavirus: How your school can focus on empathy in 2021 
After a difficult year, it is important to prioritise empathy - Matt Seddon explains how his school plans to do this

Coronavirus: Prioritising empathy in schools
The challenges of the past year have prompted us to focus on empathy over the coming months. Not just in the classroom, but across th...
Empathy-Oriented Teaching Fosters Creativity, Study Finds
As indicated above, empathy relates to perspective-taking. It is not about feeling for, but rather with another person or group. Empathy has obvious implications in the context of social interaction and connectedness throughout the lifespan. Additionally, research has indicated that emotional int...
In Denmark, Empathy Is Taught As A School Subject That Kids Must Learn From A Very Young Age
In Denmark, they place a lot of importance on cultivating empathy in their children. Believe it or not, people do not actually care about others' well-being. It is something we are socialized into and something that is necessary for us to survive. While math and science are important in life, Den...
In Denmark, Empathy Is Taught As A School Subject That Kids Must Learn From A Very Young Age
In Denmark, they place a lot of importance on cultivating empathy in their children. Believe it or not, people do not actually care about others' well-being. It is something we are socialized into and something that is necessary for us to survive. While math and science are important in life, Den...
Empathy, Emotion and Education:  Helen Demetriou
This book explores the construct of empathy and its connection with education. Charting literature on the origins and evolution of the concept of empathy, the author examines the multifaceted nature of empathy and the external and internal influences behind this concept.
 
The relationship betwe...
The Empathetic Workplace – VictimsVoice

No workplace is immune to trauma, from claims of harassment or bias to large-scale impacts like the pandemic. When we respond well to those in trauma, we build trust that yields increased productivity, engagement, satisfaction, and loyalty.

 

Katharine Manning, author of The Empathetic

Workplace and an attorney with more than 25 years’ experience on issues of trauma and victimization, provides an understanding of the prevalence of trauma and its effect on both the person in trauma and those interacting with him or her, then gives practical advice on how to support those in trauma in the workplace while protecting yourself from compassion fatigue and not running afoul of legal obligations.