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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 25 No 2 2008 Psychological Wellbeing

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 25 No 2 2008 Psychological Wellbeing

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. This issue features the Open Dialogue on the National Numeracy Strategy, which forms part of the Labour government's drive to raise standards in education.




The promotion of emotional wellbeing for children, parents and families: What gets in the way?
Ruth Schmidt Neven

Prosocial behaviour in preschool: The state of play
Amanda Bateman & Amelia Church

Emotional literacy and the ecology of school wellbeing
Sue Roffey

Empowering learning support assistants to enhance the emotional wellbeing of children in school
Sheila Burton

Wellbeing in deaf children: A framework of understanding
Maria Gascon-Ramos

A positive psychology approach to tackling bullying in secondary schools: A comparative evaluation
Andrew Richards, Ian Rivers & Jacqui Akhurst

Developing student wellbeing and resilience using a group process
Danuta Chessor

Educational psychologists promoting the emotional wellbeing and resilience of refugee parents
Mala German

The centrality of the self-concept construct for psychological wellbeing and unlocking human potential: Implications for child and educational psychologists
Rhonda G. Craven and Herbert W. Marsh

The positive educational practices framework: A tool for facilitating the work of educational psychologists in promoting pupil wellbeing
Toni Noble & Helen McGrath


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