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How to deal with puzzling child behaviour with Paul Howard-Jones
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PsychologiCALL with Dr Felicity Sedgewick
Dr Felicity Sedgewick is a developmental psychologist at the University of Bristol who specialises in autism, relationships, and gender. During this podcast she chats to Sue about a piece of work looking at the friendships and romantic relationships of autistic women, and the ways in which they are both similar and different to the experiences of non-autistic women.
Playing with Time | Keri Facer
“The Future.” We say the words all the time, but what do we really mean? How do our stories about yesterday and today help shape tomorrow? Could a different idea of the future change the present? And how are we all entangled in the mysterious process of bringing the future into being?! Join us for a session of playing with time, with Professor Keri Facer.
Research Frontiers at the University of Bristol
This is Research Frontiers, a podcast series brought to you by the University of Bristol. This episode is titled The psychology of education. Mental health and educational psychology often go hand in hand, but our understanding is often rudimentary. In this second episode host Ruby Lott-Lavigna is joined by Dr Felicity Sedgewick, lecturer and lead researcher at the University of Bristol, who specialises in the areas of mental health and autism; and Sarah Boon, a recent alumna of the MSc Psychology of Education programme. Together they discuss the need to adapt education settings to allow for different learning styles with a focus specifically on the needs of autistic students at university.
Playing with blocks: the square root of tree
Flux is a FreshEd series where graduate students turn their research interests into narrative-based podcasts. This episode was created by Michael Rumbelow, a PhD student at the University of Bristol. In his Flux episode, Michael takes listeners on a sonic journey to explore block play. He weaves together sounds and ideas to show the power and possibilities of play.
Reimagining the Diary
In these two short films we discuss Lucy's new book ‘Reimagining the Diary: Reflective practice as a positive tool for wellbeing’ We explore the following: Why diary keeping can be useful How diary writing can support wellbeing The different forms of diary writing How to make diary keeping sustainable
Why is the diary the secret to teacher well-being and improved reflection?
Beyond Survival: The New Teacher Podcast. The guest on this week's episode of 'Beyond Survival: the new teacher podcast' is Dr Lucy Kelly. Lucy is an Associate Professor of Education at Bristol University and runs their English PGCE. She is also the author of a wonderful new book 'Reimagining the Diary: Reflective practice as a positive tool for educator wellbeing'. You can follow Lucy on Twitter at @drlucykelly.