Published research by Aberdeenshire Educational Psychologists

Aberdeenshire Educational Psychologists have been involved in different research as part of their work and ongoing training and development.

The following is a list of published papers:

Bolton, E., Lockhart, R., & O’Grady, M. (2017). An evaluation of Practitioner Based Enquiry (PBE) as a method of building teacher capacity and self-efficacy. Educational Psychology in Scotland 18(1), 24-26.

Bolton, E.A. (2018). ‘Do what is right for the kid, not what’s right for you’: An exploration of parents’ perceptions of their role in supporting their academically successful child. Educational Psychology in Scotland 19(1).

Eggeling, M., Heath, V., Rait, E. & Sprang, K. (2020) Mix it up and keep it lively! An exploratory study of perceived effects and implementation of the Daily Mile in the North East of Scotland. Educational Psychology in Scotland 20(1) p 61-67

Goodall, L., Gourlay, L., Mackay, H., Seaton, F., & Taylor, S. (2018). Evidencing the impact of growth mindset teaching and learning approaches on children’s engagement, enjoyment and attitude towards mathematics at secondary education level. Educational Psychology in Scotland.

Seaton, F.S. (2021). Using Appreciative Inquiry to explore approaches towards Mental Health in a Scottish Secondary School. Child and Educational Psychology, 3(1), 37-53 . (click here to view article)

Seaton, F. S. (2018). Empowering teachers to implement a growth mindset. Educational Psychology in Practice, 34(1), 41-57.

 

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