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Educational Psychology in Scotland Vol 19 No 1 Spring 2019

Educational Psychology in Scotland Vol 19 No 1 Spring 2019

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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 It focuses on practice issues relevant to the profession of educational psychology and is not peer reviewed.




Lynne Fernie

Children and young people in the digital age: What do EPs need to know? Reflections on the UCL Leading Edge Day
Elizabeth Hannah, Sara Rasmussen & Rachel Whitby

Reforming research: The need for educational psychology to contribute
Grant Murray

'Do what is right for the kid, not what's right for you': An exploration of parents' perceptions of their role in supporting their academically successful child
Elizabeth Bolton

The use of Appreciative Inquiry to support the mental health and wellbeing of pupils and staff in a secondary school
Richard Lockhart

Children's perspectives of play: A Scottish study gathering children's views on the purpose of and learning through play
Rachel Whitby

Building resilience in the classroom
Ceri Stewart

The implementation of a contextual risk and protective factors checklist: Does it assess and identity the additional support needs of pupils who are Looked After?
Debbie Brown


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