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Educational Psychology in Scotland Vol 18 No 1 Winter 2018

Educational Psychology in Scotland Vol 18 No 1 Winter 2018

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 It focuses on practice issues relevant to the profession of educational psychology and is not peer reviewed.




Sharon Brown

Improving health and wellbeing for children and young people who have experienced loss, change and bereavement
Nicola Robertson, Karen McPherson, David Murray, Andrea Montgomery, Isobel Shaver & Alison Gardner

A study into the wellbeing of secondary pupils in Highland
Louise McClatchey, Vicky Shepherd, Jenny Templeton, Victoria Morrison & Helen O'Donohue

Delivery of Working on What Works (WOWW) collaboration with CAMHS project officers
Lynne Fernie, Myra Hessett & Maureen Kenefick

Supporting the mental health of children and young people: An exploratory survey of secondary school views and service needs
Linden Ginter, Anne Greig & Tommy MacKay

An evaluation of practitioner based enquiry (PBE) as a method of building teacher capacity and self-efficacy
Elizabeth Bolton, Richard Lockhart & Michelle O'Grady

EU specific learning difficulties/disabilities (SpLDs) policy and teacher training in Europe: The EUSpLD project
Sionah Lannen

Evaluating the use and impact of the Glasgow Motivation and Wellbeing Profile (GMWP) as tool to seek and take account of young people's views to inform planning
Romy Dunbar, Vicky Greenwood & Graeme McLeary

Improving young people's health and wellbeing by developing their resilience through the use of targeted evidence based interventions, professional development opportunities and teacher coaching and mentoring
Catherine Cruickshank, Alison Findlay & Rhiannon Quinn

Evidencing the impact of growth mindset teaching and learning approaches on children's engagement, enjoyment and attitude towards maths at secondary education level
Louise Goodall, Laura Gourlay, Helen Mackay, Fiona Seaton & Susan Taylor


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