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    EPC Newsletter, Spring 2010

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    Welcome to the first edition of the Educational Psychology and Counseling Newsletter! In order to keep you apprised of the Department\u27s activities, EPC faculty and staff developed this newsletter and will publish one every Fall and every Spring. In this first edition we highlight some of the changes and accomplishments over the past year

    EPC Newsletter, Fall 2011

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    EPC Newsletter, Spring 2011

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    Welcome to the first edition of the Educational Psychology and Counseling Newsletter! In order to keep you apprised of the Department\u27s activities, EPC faculty and staff developed this newsletter and will publish one every Fall and every Spring. In this first edition we highlight some of the changes and accomplishments over the past year

    EPC Newsletter, Spring 2012

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    EPC Newsletter, Spring 2014

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    EPC Newsletter, Spring 2015

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    Educational Psychology

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    The future of educational psychology

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    Educational psychology is airing its anguish in public, and if the assertions of Brown (2010), Coleman and Pine (2010), and Hornby (2010) are to be believed then this professional discipline is indeed in a parlous state. As a psychologist who worked for the old Department of Education's Psychological Service, and subsequently for the Special Education Service and Specialist Education Services, I also think that educational psychology is in trouble. However, the history of occupations is littered with the wrecks of vocations that have become redundant to requirements. At the outset of his paper, Brown 2010 raises the possibility that educational psychologists are a species that may speedily become extinct because of hostile environments, and this parallel with the natural world is another reminder that change happens as circumstances alter

    Educational Psychology

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    The title of the book Educational Psychology - Between Certitudes and Uncertainties is relevant for the dynamic and low predictable research from genetics, neurosciences, technologies, etc. that produce challenges and exchanges across sciences. This new framework argues that this book is to be considered a fairly unique and realistic way to rebuild the incongruities and paradoxes in this area. Naturally, "certitudes and uncertainties" is a common denominator for the existing sophisticated academic conventions and for the immense potential of continuous professional development. The title of the book reflects the state of the art, a new trend in the conceptual fabric of educational psychology, and an attitude toward an academic market in the age of many battles in the world of science

    Funded postgraduate entry training in educational psychology

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