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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 13 No 3 1996: Working across boundaries: Annual Course Proceedings 1996

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 13 No 3 1996: Working across boundaries: Annual Course Proceedings 1996

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. The theme is of this issue is Working across boundaries: Annual Course Proceedings 1996


 

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The attitudes of white secondary school students towards ethnic minorities
Lara Bath & Peter Farrell

The use of dynamic assessment and its relationship to the Code of Practice
Ruth Birnbaum & Ruth Deutsch

Pupils' perception of themselves as thinkers, learners and problem solvers: Some preliminary results from the myself-as-a-learner scale (MALS)
Bob Burden

Research findings and clinical significance
Julian G. Elliott

Measuring the gap between theories and practices: Modelling a bridge from work on phonological awareness
Simon Gibbs

Can a psychological service be a learning organisation?
Joyce Harrison, Chris Mulrooney, Robert Stratford & Chris Walker

Critical incidents involving schoolchildren resaerch update: The response from school psychological services
Karen Houghton

Inclusive education: Theory into practice
Nick Jarrett

Individual education plans - process or product?
Sally Pickering & David Thompson

Reframing psychological assessment
Jonathan Solity

Phonological awareness: Learning disabilities revisited?
Jonathan Solity

Special needs and learning support in higher education and the involvement of educational psychologists
Sheila Wolfendale

 

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