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Bifulco, Antonia; Jacobs, C.; Oskis, A.; Bunn, A.; Spence, R. – Educational & Child Psychology, 2021
Background: Childhood familial trauma is a major contributor to psychological disorder. One of its key impacts is insecure attachment style, which impedes the development of close relationships. Trauma-related vulnerability is important to assess in primary school but there is a gap in age-appropriate measurement tools. This paper outlines the…
Descriptors: Trauma, Attachment Behavior, Depression (Psychology), Test Validity
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Beeke, Matt – Educational & Child Psychology, 2021
Aims: This paper synthesises current evidence from trauma studies with a model emerging from a recent large-scale study of the responses of educational psychologists to critical incidents (CIs). It explores how evidence in providing psychological support in the immediate period after a traumatic event can be applied within a framework for…
Descriptors: Trauma, Critical Incidents Method, Consultation Programs, Evidence Based Practice
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Little, Stephanie; Maunder, Rachel E. – Educational & Child Psychology, 2021
Aim: This paper aims to discuss the link between childhood trauma and young people's disruptive behaviour in the classroom, and argues that teachers should receive training on 'attachment aware' approaches to help them respond effectively. Rationale: Two inter-connected problems affecting the UK education system are the number of young people who…
Descriptors: Trauma, Teacher Education, Coping, Teacher Competencies
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Quinn, Kirsty; Mollet, Nicola; Dawson, Fiona – Educational & Child Psychology, 2021
Aims: This paper details the evaluation of a reflective learning programme developed by educational psychologists for school leaders in exploring the implementation of compassionate, relational approaches in schools, using an integrated whole school framework. Rationale: Whole school approaches have been highlighted as central to improving the…
Descriptors: Altruism, Guidelines, Instructional Leadership, Well Being
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Spence, Ruth; Kagan, Lisa; Kljakovic, Moja; Bifulco, Antonia – Educational & Child Psychology, 2021
Aim: Educational practitioners are increasingly aware of trauma experiences in students as a factor in child disturbance and schooling problems. This discussion paper aims to clarify definitions of trauma and differentiate them from other adverse childhood experiences (ACE), describe trauma impact in terms of clinical outcomes (PTSD, emotional and…
Descriptors: Trauma, Children, Adolescents, Educational Environment
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Seaton, Fiona S. – Educational & Child Psychology, 2021
Rationale: In Scotland, two-thirds of children have faced at least one adverse childhood experience. Research demonstrates a graded relationship between adversity and mental health outcomes. As adolescents spend a large amount of time in school, it is no surprise that schools are vital when supporting and delivering mental health interventions.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Mental Health, Secondary School Students, Adolescents
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Nolan, Amy; Hannah, Elizabeth F. S.; Lakin, Elizabeth; Topping, Keith J. – Educational & Child Psychology, 2021
Aims: This systematic analysis aims to address the research question -- do whole-school nurturing approaches show any impact in the short or long term on (1) emotional/behavioural, (2) cognitive/educational or (3) teacher/school variables? Rationale: Trauma or Adverse Childhood Experiences can have long-term consequences though causing problems in…
Descriptors: Holistic Approach, Program Effectiveness, Trauma, Environmental Influences
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Hampton, Liz; Ramoutar, Lata – Educational & Child Psychology, 2021
Aim: The aim of this paper is to consider the use of current low-level behaviour management systems in secondary schools and how educational psychologists can best work alongside these systems. It does this by combining a psychological discussion about low-level behaviour management systems with the findings from a mixed methods research project…
Descriptors: Behavior Modification, Secondary School Students, Student Attitudes, Educational Psychology
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Boyd, Rebekah – Educational & Child Psychology, 2021
Aim: The disproportionate exclusion of Black male pupils from secondary school has been a social justice issue for many decades. There is a greater risk of negative long term outcomes for pupils who are not reintegrated back into school. The aim of this research was to explore how Black male secondary school pupils perceive their experiences of…
Descriptors: African American Students, Males, Student Experience, Secondary School Students
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Pollock, Lucy; Barrow, Wilma – Educational & Child Psychology, 2021
Aims: The aim of this research was to use Psychological Sense of Community (PSOC) theory to explore Gypsy, Roma and Traveller (GRT) children's experiences of school as community. Rationale: This paper is based on conceptualisations of social justice which emphasise cultural recognition as involving the full and equal participation of all groups in…
Descriptors: Sense of Community, Migrant Children, Minority Groups, Student Experience
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Oxley, Laura; Holden, George W. – Educational & Child Psychology, 2021
Aims: Maintaining order is a fundamental task for teachers in the classroom. Historically, some form of punishment has been the common response to undesirable behaviour. However, over the past two and a half decades, a different approach to classroom management, sometimes labelled 'positive discipline', is being increasingly adopted by schools.…
Descriptors: Classroom Techniques, Positive Behavior Supports, Punishment, Behavior Problems
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Boswell, Naomi; Woods, Kevin – Educational & Child Psychology, 2021
Aim: This systematic review of research studies published between 2014 and 2019 explores facilitators and barriers to successful co-production and its application to practice. Rationale: Through legislation, 'co-production' underpins practice to promote social justice for children and young people (CYP) with Special Educational Needs and…
Descriptors: Barriers, Social Justice, Children, Adolescents
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Cleland, Jonathan; Lumsdon, David – Educational & Child Psychology, 2021
Aim: This meta-ethnography views social capital as a resource to be generated, within contexts of parental participation with schools, offering possibilities for a positive change in power relations, and the addressing of social justice concerns. Rationale: Increased parental participation with children's learning has a positive impact on…
Descriptors: Parent School Relationship, Parent Participation, Social Capital, Social Justice
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Corcoran, Tim; Vassallo, Stephen – Educational & Child Psychology, 2021
Aim: Psychology can be implicated in the mitigation and exacerbation of injustice. Arguably, this results from conventional ways of knowing/being supported by long held distinctions between individual/community and psychology/sociality. The aim of this analysis is to offer a way to think about knowing, being, justice and relationships that…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Psychology, Ethics, Theory Practice Relationship
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Speed, Emma; Thomas, Miles; Bunn, Helena – Educational & Child Psychology, 2021
Aim: The article explores secondary school students' perceptions of the 'value' of UK curriculum subjects; alongside what, how and why specific subject value attribution patterns are important for students, and the psychological impact of this on their wellbeing and academic self-efficacy beliefs (SEB). Method/Rationale: A mixed-methods,…
Descriptors: Secondary School Students, Student Attitudes, Value Judgment, Well Being
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