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Collings, R. M.
The impact of peer mentoring on levels of student wellbeing, integration and retention: a controlled comparative evaluation of residential students in UK higher education.
(6), pp. 927-942. 0018-1560.
Collings, R. M.
Peer mentoring during the transition to university: assessing the usage of a formal scheme within the UK.
Studies in Higher Education.
0307-5079. (In Press)
An investigation into whether the 'iceberg' system of peer mediation training, and peer mediation, reduce levels of bullying, raise self-esteem, and increase pupil empowerment amongst upper primary age children.
Doctoral thesis. University of Leicester.
de Freitas, S.
Providing career guidance to adolescents through digital games: a case study.
International Journal of Game-Based Learning (IJGBL).
(4), pp. 58-70. 2155-6849.
Prior, R. W.
Seton, M. C.
Responsible care in actor training: effective support for occupational health training in drama schools.
Theatre, Dance and Performance Training.
(1), pp. 59-71. 1944-3927.
Mentoring at the University of Northampton.
Workshop presented to:
Northampton Learning and Teaching Conference 2015, The University of Northampton, 21 May 2015
Helping children to get along: teachers’ strategies for dealing with bullying in primary schools.
0305-5698. (In Press)
Helping children to get along: teachers’ strategies for dealing with bullying in pimary schools.
Paper presented to:
Children and Young People’s Mental Health Conference: Improving Outcomes, Widening Access and Tackling Stigma in an Age of Austerity, The University of Northampton, 03-05 July 2013
Enabling undergraduates to put into practice learning to support emotional well-being for children and young people.
International Journal of Emotional Education.
(1), pp. 76-94. 2073-7629.
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