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Psychodynamic

While trying to do an introduction to Psychodynamic approach, i felt there was a lack of resources! Anyone doing it, hope this helps. Activities to be attached.
Soherra
Developing Trust

Developing Trust

A PowerPoint and exercise concerned with the importance of establishing and maintaining trusting relationships with others. This resource was originally written for the 14-19 Higher Level 'Society, Health and Development' to demonstrate the skills required by workers in the care profession. It can also be used for GCSE Health and Social Care and KS4 PSHE
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HOW TO COPE WITH SCHOOL CONFLICT USING RESTORATIVE JUSTICE

HOW TO COPE WITH SCHOOL CONFLICT USING RESTORATIVE JUSTICE

HIGHLY RECOMMEND FOR TEACHERS TO READ ON HOW TO APPLY RESTORATIVE JUSTICE IN DEALING WITH INDISPLINE IN SCHOOLS The practice of restorative justice is a vehicle that offers hope to those affected by violent and aggressive acts. Hope for a different tomorrow is what brings participants together to talk through how these acts have affected them. Is it possible to incorporate both compassion and accountability in the sanctions we impose when dealing with school violence?
williamwambugu
Study, Stress and Music

Study, Stress and Music

About 75% of students do their homework with music playing in the background. How does this effect their learning? This article explores the role of task, personality type and the musical elements that combine to effect learning. The article includes a link to a fuller exploration - Michael Griffin's masters dissertation on Background Music in the Learning Environment.
griffin63
PSY2 Examination Guidance Booklet

PSY2 Examination Guidance Booklet

A downloadable booklet summarising the key studies for PSY2. for each study you are given the procedures and the findings/conclusions. There is discussion of the key elements of psychological studies including the ethical implications of the research, validity, reliability and sampling biases. There are worked student examples to provide the basis of discussion and marking exercises.
NGfLCymru
PSY1 Examination Guidance Booklet

PSY1 Examination Guidance Booklet

A downloadable revision and summary booklet explaining the approach that the candidate should take towards the examination, offering sample answers and showing the skills necessary for success.
NGfLCymru
Psychology E-Book

Psychology E-Book

This bilingual resource supports the WJEC specification and is designed so that teachers can use it with groups with the use of a data projector and interactive whiteboard. It is also possible for learners to use the resource for self study and revision.
NGfLCymru
Approaches in Psychology

Approaches in Psychology

PERSPECTIVES ON PSYCHOLOGY The discipline of psychology has developed from a number of different roots, and has evolved into a number of branches. The key branches are: Cognitive Physiological Psychodynamic Behavioural/Learning These branches are often referred to as approaches to psychology, or perspectives on psychology. Although there is overlap between some of the approaches, each one has clearly defined features. In this learning unit you will look at each one in more detail.
NGfLCymru
SuperMe: games and videos for PSHE and Psychology

SuperMe: games and videos for PSHE and Psychology

SuperMe is a great online education resource for teachers, social workers and youth workers trying to engage young people in subject areas including citizenship, PSHE and media studies for keystage 4 or higher. The project was inspired by the Resilience program, which was recently been introduced across a range of UK schools and aims to teach young people how to control their own happiness alongside more traditional teaching methods.
channel 4 education