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An introduction to local and global health behaviors using a Collaborative Online International Learning exchange (University of Groningen Press, 2023-11)Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) uses technology to facilitate the engagement of students from different countries in collaborative coursework and sharing of cultural perspectives. This practice paper ...
(2023-11-06)The existing literature suggests a potential implicit social desirability associated with the extrovert personality and as a result, extroverts are accommodated across various work and educational settings, leading to a ...
(2023-11-03)Preface Acknowledgments Introduction Chapter 1: Ecofeminism: Inception; Development and Challenges Chapter 2: On De-Essentialising Ecofeminism Chapter 3: Gendered Climate Politics: Between the Far Right and Social ...
What is strong over what is wrong: an exploration of Irish educational psychologists' use and perceptions of strengths based practice (2023-11-03)The present research aims to explore how Educational Psychologists (EPs) employ strengths based practice (SBP) and to elicit their thoughts and experiences of working from a strengthsbased lens. Research in the area of SBP ...
(2023-11-03)Aims: This research aims to further our understanding of the impacts of educating secondary school students about autism. Of note, AsIAm’s Autism Awareness Workshop is not evidence-based. This study is not evaluating or ...