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Dan is an educational psychologist and founder of edpsy.org.uk. He has a passion for the power of educational psychology and connecting EPs with each other.

Choosing a thesis topic: advice from twitter

23 August 2020 by

This is probably a question that quite a few trainees are considering right now. Thesis topic choice can be a…

Summer CPD: our top 5 blogs this year

3 August 2020 by

It might be the case that some of our readers will have some chance over the summer to catch up…

How do you eat an elephant…?

27 July 2020 by , and

…One bite at a time! There’s been a bit of a phenomenon taking off on twitter recently among trainee educational…

Updated: Coronavirus (COVID-19) information for children, families and professionals

30 April 2020 by , 12 comments

There is lots of information across the internet about how to talk to or support children and young people who…

10 tips for blog writing: a short guide for EPs

15 December 2019 by

Before you start writing 1: Know your audience Knowing who you’re writing for before you start writing is key. This…

Ian: a short film about inclusion

12 December 2018 by

“Ian” is a short, animated film based on the life and experiences of nine year old Ian from Argentina. The…

Your feedback, our responses

18 September 2018 by , 1 comment

Recently we asked you to comment on edpsy – your loves, niggles and suggestions for improvement – 86 of you…

Making edpsy better for you

7 June 2018 by

It’s been nearly two years since the launch of edpsy and we’ve been overwhelmed by the positive welcome and feedback…

Needs and priorities of UK Care leavers: illustrating the findings…

6 June 2018 by , 1 comment

Browsing twitter recently, we came across this graphic. Illustrating the findings from Rebekah Hyde’s trainee doctoral dissertation, it really grabbed…

It’s our birthday – what a year!

31 October 2017 by

It’s been a year since we launched edpsy…and what a year it’s been! Celebrations and giveaways First thing’s first, we’re…