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Do weekly online assignments promote student engagement and enhance learning in first-year psychology students?

Subjects: *STUDENT engagement; *PSYCHOLOGY students; *STUDENT assignments

  • Source: Psychology of Education Review. Autumn2014, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p13-17. 5p.

  • Abstract: Traditionally universities have employed face-to-face teaching with paper-mediated assignments, but increasingly digital delivery of some course elements is becoming more important. This paper will evaluate ... Copyright of Psychology of Education Review is the property of British Psychological Society and its content may not be copied ...

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Mental health beyond the school gate: Young people's perspectives of mental health support online, and in home, school and community contexts.

Subjects: *MENTAL health of students; *SOCIAL development; *DELPHI method

  • Source: Educational & Child Psychology. Sep2020, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p69-85. 17p. 1 Diagram, 6 Charts.

  • Abstract: Aims: This study sought to develop a greater understanding of what young people identify as essential components of mental health support. Rationale: Children and young ... Copyright of Educational & Child Psychology is the property of British Psychological Society and its content may not be copied or ...

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Shared special interest play in a specific extra-curricular group setting: A Minecraft Club for children with special educational needs.

Subjects: *STUDENT activities; *INFERENTIAL statistics; *COLLABORATIVE learning

  • Source: Educational & Child Psychology. Dec2020, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p81-95. 14p.

  • Abstract: Aims: To gain practice-based insights, we evaluated outcomes from a science-themed Minecraft Club for children with Special Educational Needs over a four-year period. Science topics ... Copyright of Educational & Child Psychology is the property of British Psychological Society and its content may not be copied or ...

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How do teachers communicate to students about forthcoming GCSE exams? An observational study.

Subjects: *GENERAL Certificate of Secondary Education; *TEACHER-student communication; *OBSERVATION (Scientific method)

  • Source: Psychology of Education Review. Autumn2020, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p61-67. 7p.

  • Abstract: High-Stakes exams, such as the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE), have significant consequences for students and educators, which affects how ... Copyright of Psychology of Education Review is the property of British Psychological Society and its content may not be copied ...

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Challenging transition: A socio-cultural understanding of career awareness and development for secondary students with disabilities.

Subjects: *CAREER development; *SECONDARY education; *SPECIAL education

  • Source: Educational & Child Psychology. Jun2020, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p20-33. 14p.

  • Abstract: Aim: This paper aims to show the interaction between the young person, their family and the school, in the aspect of career awareness and development ... Copyright of Educational & Child Psychology is the property of British Psychological Society and its content may not be copied or ...

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Evaluation of a public service Coaching Summit as an organisational professional development activity.

Subjects: *CAREER development; *MUNICIPAL services; *CIVIL serviceWESTERN Canada

  • Source: Coaching Psychologist. Jun2021, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p48-57. 10p.

  • Abstract: Introduction: This article outlines the key findings of an evaluation of a Coaching Summit, which took place as a professional development activity in the public ... Copyright of Coaching Psychologist is the property of British Psychological Society and its content may not be copied or emailed ...

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Social and emotional learning: From individual skills to class cohesion.

Subjects: *SOCIOLOGY of emotions; *PRIMARY schools; *INCLUSIVE education

  • Source: Educational & Child Psychology. Jun2019, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p78-90. 13p. 4 Charts, 4 Graphs.

  • Abstract: Aim: To evaluate the impact and process of introducing Circle Solutions (Circles) in six primary schools. Rationale: Many frameworks for social and emotional Copyright of Educational & Child Psychology is the property of British Psychological Society and its content may not be copied or ...

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