When writing your essay, it is always advisable to begin by defining all of the important concepts in the question. You should then explain, briefly, how you are going to answer it. You can at this point summarise the conclusions your arguments will lead you to, if you wish.
In the main part of your essay always try and present a coherent argument and explain how your points relate to the question you are answering. Always present evidence and/or references to support the points that you make. It is also important to provide a solid awareness of theory(ies), psychological models or frameworks.
Be firm in your conclusions and explain how the material you have presented in your essay logical leads to them.
There is a fixed word limit for your essay [3000 words] but in view of the need to develop the skill to communicate clearly and concisely, overly lengthy pieces of work should be avoided, as such any words exceeding the 3300 words [10% additional] will not be marked.
The word limit for this assignment is 3000 words excluding references and appendices. You can append any charts/diagrams or extra information that you may wish to include. You should not append or include the case study but this should be referred to throughout the assignment.
Using the case study information provided and please formulate an understanding of the case’s difficulties from an Educational Psychologist’s perspective.
Critically explain the ‘diagnosis’ drawing on key characteristics associated with the case study provided. If you are doing case study 1 you should refer to the background information provided in section PART A and B. If you are doing case study 2, please only refer to the material included in PART A
Critically evaluate and explain the assessments an Educational Psychologist will use in order to identify the locus of the impairment and link this back to relevant theory/ies (and/or frameworks/models) and research evidence.
What intervention(s) might an Educational Psychologist employ to help meet the needs of the child described in the Tables [PART B]?
Discuss your choice and explain why you have chosen this/these over other alternatives. Use psychological theory and research to support your arguments.
Briefly discuss the possible psychological barriers due to labelling and how the Educational Psychologist can overcome these.
Equal attention should be paid to each part of the questions. Remember, there is no one ‘correct’ way of answering, but the answers you provide should be cohesive within research evidence. You need to refer to theories and explicitly and critically show how these can be applied to make sense of the case’s difficulties.
There is need to include details of how you may specifically go on to support the learning and emotional needs of the case study. You need to comment on which intervention or teaching approach(es) may be best suited for this case study and why and justify your choice(s) with research evidence.
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