Educational psychologies

Wellbeing and mental health are now under the spotlight as never before. Indeed, they have become key components of the academic performance and future lives of our school communities. A study by the Children’s Society in August 2015, for example, found that the UK was ranked 14th out of 15 surveyed countries in terms of pupil mental health and wellbeing. This prompted the government to invest a further £2 billion in supporting a range of initiatives.

With this in mind, the R&D Community on Education Psychologies aims to explore and integrate various psychological and therapeutic perspectives that will enable effective teaching, learning and skill acquisition. It considers the practical holistic development of health and wellbeing of both teachers and students – from pre-school to further education.

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Olzan Goldstein

Chair

Kaye Academic College of Education

Help shape and guide our RDC !

Establish a working group/committee

Establish the initial disciplines for focus and development.

Call for research papers and work in progress

Establish RDC events and potential series

Create a dedicated website

Webinars for ATEE members and the community

Project funding bids

Active participation of schools and organisations

Creation of an online archive

A continuing blog

An International Roadshow

All other ideas are welcome!

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