Education and Training in Informal Economies. Informal Sector of Chad. Africa as Preparation for Work. Integration in the Middle East.
Infrastructure of VET National Initiatives for Reengineering Education. Urban Thai Workplaces Chitrlada Burapharat Historical Snapshots and Recent Initiatives in Myanmar. Learning for Employment and Citizenship in Postconflict. Differences of Reforms in Estonia Latvia and Lithuania Comparative Experiences. Vocational Education and Training. Operational Approach. Jean Searle Negotiation Fora. Teacher Training in Germany. Practice and Experiences from. Research and Innovation.
Qualifications Research Felix Rauner. Curriculum Development and Delivery. The Promises and the Limits of Formal Schooling. Environmental Changes with Ubiquitous Technology. Supported Collaborative Work Environments. Poverty Alleviation Education and Training. An Australian Focus. Mental Health Occupational Therapy, 13 , 2, Career Counseling in Schools, pp.
Mental health issues in the spotlight, International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 15 , 6, Richards, A. A positive psychology approach to tackling bullying in secondary schools: A comparative evaluation. Educational and Child Psychology, 25 , 2, The impact of apartheid on educational psychology in South Africa: Present challenges and future possibilities. Kincheloe and R. Westport: Praeger. The utility of a model from activity theory for analysing processes in the Nkosinathi Community Project. The Australian Community Psychologist, 19 , 1, Getting help from helping each other.
International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 14 , 3, Psychology Teaching Review, 12 , 1, Career education in South Africa. Stead and M. Pretoria: Van Schaik. Jassat, M. Watson Career psychology: a South African perspective pp. Enhancing the employability of psychology graduates. The role of counselling programmes for gifted disadvantaged students. Gifted Education International, 20 3 , Leach, M. Counseling Psychology in South Africa: Current political and professional challenges and future promise.
The Counseling Psychologist, 31 , 5, Akhurst J. Altruism to Generativity: Reflections on the unfolding of the therapeutic process in work with some clergy. Mantis, 12 , 2, Learning and teaching: Psychological perspectives. From school guidance towards life orientation. Kruger and H. Adams, Psychology for teaching and learning pp. Pretoria: Heinemann. Challenges to teachers as schools in South Africa become more integrated: an anti-racist perspective on current practices. Journal of Education UNP , 22 , Presented paper: Akhurst, J. Walker, S. Zoli Eds. New ideas for new times: A handbook of innovative community and clinical psychologies.
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Shachat, M. Bartlett, T. Lelimo, A. Paper presented in collaboration with Prof. The dilemmas of a participatory action research process of evaluating a community cooperative with Jacqui Lovell. Akhurst with PhD student, J.
Mitchell, V. Four papers presented at European Congress of Psychology, Stockholm, July Curricular approaches to psychological literacy: the relevance of the discipline to societal issues , and A psychology card sort tool to encourage student reflection and measure skill development; as part of two Europlat symposia; Community psychology and qualitative methods: opportunities for building a sound research base, as part of Community Psychology and Qualitative methods symposium; Local partnership building and students' community-based learning , co-authored with Andrew Hart Bradford College , in Community Psychology Interventions symposium.
Paper presented at International Congress of Psychology, Cape Town, July International community-based work placements to enhance students' learning , as part of symposium entitled Psychological literacy as a global outcome of undergraduate psychology education , Convenor: Cranney, Jacquelyn Australia. Lawson completed August , J.
Akhurst co-supervisor : Mentoring in specialist workforce development: a realist evaluation. Inman completed April , J.
Akhurst co-supervisor : Enhancing participation with individuals who have a diagnosis of psychosis; the effectiveness of occupational therapy, a feasibility study for a pragmatic randomised controlled trial. University of Plymouth UK.
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