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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 36 No 4 December 2019: Creating a culture of belonging in a school context

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 36 No 4 December 2019: Creating a culture of belonging in a school context

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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 school belonging.


 

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Editorial
Kelly-Ann Allen, Christopher Boyle and Sue Roffey

The social experiences and sense of belonging in adolescent females with autism in mainstream school
Olivia Myles, Christopher Boyle & Andrew Richards

School belonging in adolescents: Exploring the associations with school achievement and internalising and externalising problems
Gmen Arslan

Fostering a sense of belonging at an international school in France: An experimental study
Gráinne Dunleavy & Jolanta Burke

Wellbeing in international schools: Teachers’ perceptions
Angie Wigford & Andrea Higgins

My class needs my voice: The desire to stand out predicts choices to contribute during class discussions
DeLeon L. Gray, Mike Yough & Wayne A. Williams

‘How do I know that I belong?’ Exploring secondary aged pupils’ views on what it means to belong to their school
Elaine Shaw

Agency and belonging: What transformative actions can schools take to help create a sense of place and belonging?
Kathryn Riley

 

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