Univ.-Ass.in Fiona MacKay, MSc

wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin (praedoc) am Institut für LehrerInnenbildung und Schulforschung

Werdegang:

  • BA (Hons) Social Sciences majoring in Psychology, Glasgow Caledonian University
  • English and Curriculum Support Teacher, StorkobenhavnsInternationaleSkole, Denmark
  • Research Assistant, Department of Psychology, University of Strathclyde
  • MSc Educational Psychology, University of Strathclyde
  • Educational Psychologist

 

Am ILS seit:

Juni 2011

 

Aufgabenbereiche am ILS

  • Lehrtätigkeit: Orientierungseinheit (Studieneingangsphase)
  • Forschungstätigkeit: Dissertation – promoting resilience in young people
  • Development of researcher in residence model
  • Leadership Project technical assistant

 

Forschungsschwerpunkte

  • Resilience in children and young people, effective communication, enhancing social inclusion, social and emotional well-being and raising achievement within education.

 

Ausgewählte Publikationen

  • MacKay, F. and Mackay, H. (2009) Working together: the Role of Education and Health in Promoting GSH-CBT Approaches, in The Effectiveness of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Approaches in Educational Settings. Professional Development Programm.
  • MacKay, F. (2007) The Contribution of Psychological/ Sociological Perspective to an Understanding of Effective Participation, Seeking and Taking Account of the Views of Children and Young People: A Psychological Perspective. Professional Development Programme, pp 12-24.
  • MacKay, F., (2005) Solutions in Schools: Effective communication in educational settings, Educational Psychology Service, Aberdeenshire Council.