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TEP Annual Conference 2020

Wednesday 8th January 2020 at Park Inn by Radisson, Northampton

The DECP Annual Conference 2020 is preceded by our Trainee Education Psychologist (TEP) Event showcasing research from current trainees and newly qualified EPs. The TEP provides an opportunity for both current trainees and new entrants to the profession to disseminate the findings from their research activity to those currently in training.

Conference Programme

DECP TEP Annual Conference Programme.

Presentation Downloads

1.1 Open Educational Psychology: what is it, how do you do it, and how can it improve your research?
Patrick Langford

1.2 Exploring the role a Black Supplementary School plays in supporting Black boys labelled with 'challenging behaviour' at GCSE level
Laura Ricketts

1.3 "There's no handbook for this": An exploration into mothers' experiences of the Incredible Years Parents and Babies Programme
Kathryn Morgan

2.1 Exploring the Educational Experiences of Children and Young People Adopted from Care: Using the Voices of Children and Parents to Inform Practice
Rebecca Best

2.2 The Role of Metacognition in Supporting the Development of Looked After Children%u2019s Reading Skills
Dr Patricia Britto

2.3 The practices teachers use to engage the lowest attaining GCSE students
Cathleen Halligan

3.1 A voice for the unheard achievers: An exploration of the educational narratives of achieving Black Caribbean adolescent males in secondary mainstream education
Sasha-Louise Simon
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3.2 'Agents of hope': Making the case for hope in Educational Psychology practice
Tim Cox

3.3 An evaluation of Educational Psychologists' outcomes in Education, Health and Care Needs Assessments following a Joint Inspection by Ofsted and the CQC
Lisa Carmody, Kate Payne

4.1 Co-analysing data with participants: a creative development and application of thematic analysis
Fungisai Muchenje

4.2 School Professionals' Views and Experiences of Emotionally Based School Avoidance (EBSA)
Vicky Mullan, Annie McGowan

4.3 The Transition to Adulthood in Young People with Experience of Parental Substance Misuse
Xani Byrne

Abstract Booklet

To view all of the presentation abstracts please download the TEP Conference Abstract Booklet here.

If you have any queries please contact us via the event hotline on 01332 227776

Venue

Park Inn by Radisson, Northampton

Silver St, Northampton NN1 2TA •  Directions

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