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Work place settings for educationalpsychologists: The challenges and advantagesof working in a non-traditional setting.
Evidence in domains of practice.
Inter-professional practice
Inter-professional practice
Inter-professional Practice
Ethical and reflective practice
Ethical and reflective practice• Personal philosophyEducating children so that they can achieve theirgoals.• Reflection on...
Assessment practice
Evidence Based Practice
Cultural responsiveness
Professional Knowledge
References/ Reading list for Concept Map•   Annan, J. (2005). Situational analysis: A framework for evidence-based practic...
Thank you to• Jennifer Brown• Louise Sorenson• All those RTLB, RTLB/Educational Psychologists  and Educational Psychologis...
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  1. 1. Work place settings for educationalpsychologists: The challenges and advantagesof working in a non-traditional setting.
  2. 2. Evidence in domains of practice.
  3. 3. Inter-professional practice
  4. 4. Inter-professional practice
  5. 5. Inter-professional Practice
  6. 6. Ethical and reflective practice
  7. 7. Ethical and reflective practice• Personal philosophyEducating children so that they can achieve theirgoals.• Reflection on similarities and differences in workplaces.
  8. 8. Assessment practice
  9. 9. Evidence Based Practice
  10. 10. Cultural responsiveness
  11. 11. Professional Knowledge
  12. 12. References/ Reading list for Concept Map• Annan, J. (2005). Situational analysis: A framework for evidence-based practice. School Psychology International. 26(2), 131-146.•• Bevan-Brown, J., (2000). A cultural audit for teachers: Looking out for Māori learners with special needs. Set 1, 16-20.•• Bevan-Brown, J., (2003). The cultural self-review: Providing culturally effective, inclusive, education for Māori learners. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research.•• Bowler, J, Annan, J., Mentis, M., (2007). Understanding the learner environment relationship: A matrix of perspectives. School Psychology International. 28(4), 387-401.•• Brown, D.,(2010). The dodo, the auk and the oryx – and educational psychology? Psychology Aotearoa. 2(1), 12-19.•• Coleman, P., Pine, T., (2010). The professional practice of educational psychology in New Zealand: Participant Perspectives. Psychology Aotearoa. 2(1), 20- 25.•• Coleman, P., (2011). Special education 2000 policy: Our leaky home? Kairaranga. 12(1), 10- 22.•• Hornby, G., (2010). The demise of educational psychology in New Zealand: A personal view. Psychology Aotearoa. 2(1), 26-30.•• Monsen, J., Graham, B., Frederickson & Cameron, R.J.S. (1998). Problem analysis and professional training in educational psychology: An accountable model of practice. Educational Psychology in Practice. 13(4), 234-249.•
  13. 13. Thank you to• Jennifer Brown• Louise Sorenson• All those RTLB, RTLB/Educational Psychologists and Educational Psychologists who chatted with me.

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