Educational & Child Psychology Vol 29 No 1 March 2012: Psychological Perspectives on Transition: Theory and Practice (Part One)

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 29 No 1 March 2012: Psychological Perspectives on Transition: Theory and Practice (Part One)
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Item # MZCAT-911
ISBN 0267-1611; 978-1-85433-708-5

Summary 

A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. This issue focuses on Psychological Perspectives on Transition: Theyro and Practice (Part One)

 

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Contents

About the Contributors

Guest Editorial
Phil Stringer & Sandra Dunsmuir

Understanding transitions using a sociocultural framework
Sarah Crafter & Rachel Maunder

Transitions in the early years: Educational and child psychologists working to reduce the impact of school culture shock
Emma-Kate Kennedy, R.J. (Sean) Cameron & Jennifer Greene

Young children's experiences through transition between Kindergarten and First Grade in Chile and its relation with their Developing Learning Agency
Daniela S. Jadue-Roa & David Whitebread

The impact of risk and resiliency factors on the adjustment of children after the transition from primary to secondary school
Suzanne Bailey & Ed Baines

Fostering a sense of belonging and community as children start a new school
Michelle Sancho & Tony Cline

A qualitative examination of parental experiences of the transition to mainstream secondary school for children with an autism spectrum disorder
Hannah Tobin, Sara Staunton, William Mandy, David Skuse, Josselyn Helligreil, Ozlem Baykaner, Seonaid Anderson & Marianna Murin

Young people (13 to 21) with disabilities in transition from childhood to adulthood: An exploratory, qualitative study of their developmental experiences and health care needs
Gail Dovey-Pearce, Christine Price, Helen Wood, Tracy Scott, Jennifer Cookson & Sally Corbett

Young people navigating the transition to university: Policy, context and influences
John Bradley


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