My Term 1 blog post focused on some of the problems that can be associated with traditional lesson observation procedures (see the archives, September 2016). This post outlines some ways in which the application of principles from evidence-based psychological approaches can transform the process and enhance the likelihood that it will result in change.
Psychology for Positive Change is a blog about constructive applications of psychology to everyday living.
Mark Adams is a Chartered Psychologist who is passionate about how psychology can be applied to make a positive difference to lives and society. He is the author of Coaching Psychology in Schools, published by Routledge in November 2015.
For other psychology-related resources, please visit the resources section of the APS website.