Sue Morris

Sue Morris
University of Birmingham · School of Education

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Similar to other professional disciplines, the importance of supervision within school psychology has attracted considerable attention within recent years. Despite this, systematic review of current literature reveals a dearth of empirical literature proposing underlying theoretical structures. This study extends recent qualitative research by surv...
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Aim: In the UK the change from a one-year Master's to a three-year doctoral training programme has provided extended opportunities and challenges for trainee educational psychologists in developing their practitioner skills and professional role. Supervision is a key foundation for supporting trainees in this process. This paper provides an analysi...
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As part of initial professional training, educational psychologists in England undertake substantial periods of practice placement, within which the role of supervision is instrumental to their professional learning and effectiveness. The research reported here provides up-to-date and comprehensive information on the experiences and needs of traine...
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Available online via the Taylor & Francis Group site by subscription. This paper reports the construction of a teacher rating instrument designed to monitor the social and emotional development of school age children and young people (4–17 years). The instrument was developed by reviewing previously implemented checklists to build an extensive list...
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As the authors of this article point out, clarification about what constitutes the core functions of an educational psychology service is long overdue. Their summary of the recently published DfEE Report on the current role of educational psychology services leads to a discussion of some of the implications for the future which will be of particula...
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In this short article, a group of educational psychologist representatives on the DfEE Working Group on the future role and training of educational psychologists and their Services, consider some of the outcomes of the ‘Role’ Report. They describe the positive aspects of the Report, especially its ambitious description of what educational psycholog...
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This paper describes a survey of psychology undergraduates' perceptions of educational psychology, and the factors most likely to motivate or deter them from joining the profession. Results suggest that interest in educational psychology as a career option is at its lowest level for thirty years or more. The paper presents evidence that the current...
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In May 1997 the Membership and Qualifications Board (MQB) of the British Psychological Society (BPS) accepted a proposal from the Division of Educational and Child Psychology (DECP) Training Committee that all professional training courses in educational psychology in England and Wales should be extended from 1 to 3 years. MQB have recommended that...

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