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Exploring new research which promotes the emotional well-being of children and young people in schools. Dr Sarah Taylor-Whiteway talks to academics about their research and how it can be used and applied in schools.

The Emotional Curriculum Dr Sarah Taylor-Whiteway

    • Education
    • 4.8 • 16 Ratings

Exploring new research which promotes the emotional well-being of children and young people in schools. Dr Sarah Taylor-Whiteway talks to academics about their research and how it can be used and applied in schools.

    S06 E05 - Rethinking the Withdrawal of Playtime

    S06 E05 - Rethinking the Withdrawal of Playtime

    Send us a Text Message.In this episode we speak with Dr Tom Clements, an Educational Psychologist, about the problems with withdrawing playtime from children and young people. We discuss why teachers may resort to removing playtime and how they view this approach touching on a realisation that this can often be making the problem worst. We discuss alternatives to the removal of punishment that teachers themselves came to in the course of the project and think about why it is import...

    • 25 min
    S06 E04 - DNA-V and the Importance of Evidence Based Interventions

    S06 E04 - DNA-V and the Importance of Evidence Based Interventions

    Send us a Text Message.In the episode we speak to Dr Duncan Gillard, an Educational Psychologist who is using evidence informed approaches to promote the well-being of children and young people in his work. We discussed DNA-V (the Acceptance and Commitment model for youth) and how this has been adapted to universal, targeted and more specialist levels for use in schools. We discuss how important it is for interventions in school to be evidence based and evidence informed and how this ha...

    • 46 min
    S06 E03 - The Power of Hope as a Psychological Resource for Young People

    S06 E03 - The Power of Hope as a Psychological Resource for Young People

    Send us a Text Message.In this episode we speak with Dr Clio Berry about her research which has explored hope in young people.We explore a new model of hope and how we could apply this to help build hope in young people. We discuss the malleability of hope and what can be done to try and increase hope for those that are struggling with low hope, alongside considering why hope is such an important area to consider in students.For more information about Clio's work please visit:YouTube ch...

    • 35 min
    S06 E02- Teacher's Perceptions of Young People's Mental Health in Schools

    S06 E02- Teacher's Perceptions of Young People's Mental Health in Schools

    Send us a Text Message.In this episode we speak with Dr Emily Hattersley, Educational Psychologist, about teacher's views on young people's mental health in schools.We explore how teacher's try to understand the needs of those they work with and how their insights and thoughtfulness show the level of care, and desire to help, behind the profession. However, we also discuss the difficulties in meeting needs whilst adhering to the demands of the curriculum, and how this takes its toll on ...

    • 35 min
    S06 E01 - How Language Has The Power To Shape Autistic Identity in Girls

    S06 E01 - How Language Has The Power To Shape Autistic Identity in Girls

    Send us a Text Message.In this episode we speak with Dr Becky Morgan, Educational Psychologist, about how language can impact on the identities of adolescent, autistic girls.We discuss how words can influence how autistic girls see themselves and are seen by others and how power also feeds into this identity. We explore how different dialogues can help or hinder young autistic girls and how we can use this to help support them to develop positive self-concepts. To find out more: Autisti...

    • 24 min
    S05 E11 - Adolescent Mental Health Help Seeking

    S05 E11 - Adolescent Mental Health Help Seeking

    Send us a Text Message.In this episode we speak with Dr Emma Barrow, Educational Psychologist, about the barriers to adolescents seeking help for their mental health. We discuss how issues such as perceived impact of the help they will receive and stigma about mental health create barriers to adolescents seeking the help they need and also consider what facilitates this behaviour. We think about the impact these findings have on whole school approaches to mental health and the importanc...

    • 28 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

thewonderwhippet ,

Such a great podcast!

Really well presented and covers so many interesting topics. Love the take home messages at the end! Thank you!

Frog892 ,

Great for teachers

Very informative podcast! Can’t wait to try these ideas out in the classroom.

Thanks!

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Great

Very informative. Thank you

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