Gambling education — current practice and future directions

Gambling education — current practice and future directions

A theory and evidence scope by Dr Elly Hanson

This theory and evidence paper from Dr Elly Hanson takes a 'wide-lens' approach to the issue of gambling and gambling education — identifying both evidenced and promising approaches for education on this vital topic. The paper includes sections on:

  • Gambling harms and ethical aims for education
  • The 'do no harm' principle
  • School-based approaches to reducing gambling harm

"On the basis of this review, our hope is that gambling education can form part of a holistic approach within PSHE and within schools that enables young people to navigate the present and the future with relevant knowledge, grounded confidence, autonomy, and emotional skill, whilst alive to their inner values."

See our other materials for this topic— including lesson plans for KS2 and KS4, teacher guidance and a podcast — here


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