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Educational Psychology in Scotland is produced by the Scottish Division of Education Psychology. It focuses on practice issues relevant to the profession of educational psychology and is not peer reviewed.
What is Video Interaction Guidance (VIG)? What is Video Enhanced Reflective Practice (VERP)?
Sensitive guidance to encourage shared 'zest for learning'
The origin of VIG in the UK: An introduction to the journey
Video Interaction Guidance in Dundee: Multi-agency working
Distance no object!
Miriam Landor, Korina Hatzinikolaou & Stephanie Satariano
VIG as a tool for building confidence and professional development in school support staff
Fionna Shaw & Isabel Martland
Video Enhanced Reflective Practice (VERP): Lessons from Sweden - personal account of a study trip
The Baby Project: A test of change using Video Interaction Guidance with new mothers and babies
Heather Sked & Kirstie McClatchey
STARS: A video feedback-based early language and communication intervention
Shonagh Anderson, Polly Jones & Sheena Flack
Evaluation of a Video Enhanced Reflective Practice/literacy early years pilot in North Lanarkshire Council
Nancy Ferguson, Pamela Bell & Marianne McLafferty
Establishing Video Interaction Guidance in a psychological service
Shiona Alexander & Heather Sked
From Scotland and back again: An educational psychologist's journey using Video Interaction Guidance
Adapting a model of delivery of Video Interaction Guidance to suit organisations beyond the normal boundaries of child/parent/educator