Are you passionate about understanding social pedagogy practice? The latest eBook, “Student Guide to Social Pedagogy Practice,” offers an exploration into the theories, principles, and applications of social pedagogy, from students’ perspectives. This pocketbook is edited by Yvalia Febrer and Kelly Gittens, and endorsed by the Social Pedagogy Professional Association (SPPA). It is an invaluable resource for educators, social workers, and anyone interested in the transformative power of social pedagogy practice.

Learn from Real Life Case Studies

In “Student Guide to Social Pedagogy Practice,” you will dive into some foundational concepts that drive social pedagogy. The eBook, written by a group of students who completed their degree in Social Pedagogy for Working with Children & Young People at Kingston University London, covers a range of topics including practical strategies for implementation, and case studies that illustrate successful practice. Each chapter is written by two students who share their stories of applying Social Pedagogy’s principles and theories in their work. Whether you’re a student, a professional in the field, or simply curious about how social pedagogy practice can foster social change, this book provides the insights and knowledge you need.

Why This eBook is a Must-Read

  • Comprehensive Coverage: Associated video chapters for the book are available here.
  • Practical Applications: Discover real-world examples and case studies that demonstrate how social pedagogical approaches can be applied effectively.
  • Endorsement by SPPA: Gain confidence in the quality and credibility of the content with the endorsement from the Social Pedagogy Professional Association.


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Don’t miss out on this opportunity to enhance your knowledge and skills in social pedagogy. Click the link below and get your copy today. Join our community of learners and professionals dedicated to using education as a tool for positive social change.

Student Guide to Social Pedagogy Practice