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As well as publishing the work of established researchers and providing invited articles by 'experts in their field', PER also aims to encourage the work of early researchers, providing a forum in which to publish first or early pieces of work.
Should the section move to an electronic delivery of PER and the Vernon Wall Lecture monographs?
Contributions of educational psychology to understanding student learning: What has been discovered - what more could be done?
Learning strategies in the constructive alignment of tertiary teaching
Educational psychology and student learning: The potential of load reduction instruction for exploring surface and deep approaches to learning
Andrew J. Martin
The Psychology of Education Review: Open Dialogue
Education theory and practice: A 'web of webs' of theories?
Commentary on Professor Entwistle's paper for Open Dialogue
Contributions of educational psychology to understanding student learning:
A perspective on primary and secondary education
Response to commentaries on contributions of educational psychology to understanding student learning
Student learning and academic understanding: A research perspective with implications for teaching by
reviewed by Michael Prosser
Psychology of Education Section Annual Conference 2018: A postgraduate perspective
Psychology of Education Section Annual Conference Feedback: Past, present and future
Review of the PsyPAG Conference 2018
Chloe Rose Cutler