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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 It focuses on practice issues relevant to the profession of educational psychology and is not peer reviewed.
Scottish Division of Educational Psychology
Dundee MSc Educational Psychology Course Update
Strathclyde DEdPSy update
Response to Covid-19: How do schools support children following a crisis?
Rose Bangs, Emma Ní Bhrádaigh, Christie Brown & Eoin Keane
Wellbeing in a digital world: What can EPs do?
Jordan Ford, Eilidh MacIver & Leisa Randall
What worked within an external SEBN provision and utilising how to support re-engagement post Covid-19
The effectiveness of nurturing approaches on primary-aged children in the UK: A systematic review
Sophie Harker, Bethany Howell, John Niven & Jenny Thorne
Evaluating the impact of Covid-19 on children and young people’s social, emotional and psychological wellbeing: A systematic review
Kirstie Howard, Heather Quinn & Marel Thomson
How do children with Autism Spectrum Disorder engage in a play-based pedagogical environment and how do teachers support this?
Ruth Carleton & Hayleigh Spence
‘Mix it up and keep it lively!’: An exploratory study of perceived effects and implementation of The Daily Mile in the North of Scotland
Maggie Eggeling, Vicky Heath, Emma Rait & Katie Sprang
An exploration of the use of ABLe by educational psychologists to promote universal inclusive practice in primary school classrooms in one local authority in Scotland
Megan Ayliffe, Caroline Gos & Gwen Hobbs
A systematic review of practitioners’ perceptions of supporting inclusion in a UK mainstream primary context
Ciara Brady, Ainsley McLarty & Rebecca Rankin
Practitioner enquiry: Supporting peer relationships by taking an online cooperative learning approach with upper-primary age pupils
Jenny Fraser-Smith, Mark Jones, Isabel Martland, Alan McHardy & Robert Quigley