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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 35 No 3 December 2018: Influencing policy and practice

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 35 No 3 December 2018: Influencing policy and practice

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. This issue focuses on educational psychologists influencing policy and practice.


 

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Guest editorial: Educational psychologists influencing policy and practice: Becoming more visible
Sue Roffey, Charmian Hobbs & Ansie Kitching

Mind-shifts for enhancing the engagement of educational psychologists in the promotion of holistic school wellbeing
Ansie Elizabeth Kitching

Creating policy guidelines with young mothers in further education
Jemma Carter

The role of educational psychologists in supporting nurture-based practices and policy development at a local and national level in Scotland: A position paper
Sam March & Taryn Moir

Applying nurture as a whole school approach
Stephanie McNicol & Laurence Reilly

Developing a trauma-informed approach to closing the poverty-related attainment gap
Lesley Taylor & Whitney Barrett

Educational psychology at the crossroads in South Africa
Martin Strous

The immorality of education: A position paper for educational psychologists
Simon Gibbs

 

 

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