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Agents of Hope

Tim Cox

Agents of Hope is a podcast for anyone interested in Education, Psychology and social issues. Hosted by Dr. Tim Cox and other guest hosts from the EP world, the podcast aims to engage in long-form critical discussion about issues that arise in the field of applied psychology. You can follow the podcast on Twitter @timceducation
Episodes
Content analysis, assessment through teaching and early reading with Jonathan Solity and Nazam HussainDecember 06, 2021 Episode artwork Visible Learning, teacher mind frames and purpose of education with John Hattie October 18, 2021 Episode artwork 'How I Got Here - Stories of hope, strength, and resilience: a narrative-based approach to life story work with Dr Gillian Shotton'October 11, 2021 Episode artwork Dyslexia, hope and supporting learners with reading difficulties with Professor Joe Elliott, hosted by Dr Nazam Hussain September 27, 2021 Episode artwork Hearing the Voice of the Visually Impaired with Bambi FrenchAugust 30, 2021 Episode artwork Autism: Supporting Schools to Support Girls with Dr. Laura GrayAugust 02, 2021 Episode artwork An Authentic Gender Journey with Dr Cora SargeantMay 24, 2021 Episode artwork Inclusion, Diversity and Anti-Discrimination: Understanding Voices with Ella MansfieldMay 19, 2021 Episode artwork Could Open Psychology make our research more accurate, ethical and accessible? Considering the application of Open Science to Educational Psychology with Patrick LangfordMay 10, 2021 Episode artwork Igniting Hope In the Last Chance Saloon with Hilary HickmoreMay 04, 2021 Episode artwork Challenging the Educational Status Quo with Dr Chris Bagley April 09, 2021 Episode artwork Collaboration Under the Lens: Relationships, Values and the Practical Steps to Consider When Working Together with Dr Jade Russell and Helen LoweMarch 22, 2021 Episode artwork ADHD, Activism and the Alternative to Androcentric Research with Ella MansfieldMarch 08, 2021 Episode artwork Creating the Fertile Soil for Children to Thrive: How EP’s can support early child development and wellbeing during the first 1000 days (and beyond) with Dr Nicola CanaleFebruary 22, 2021 Episode artwork Change Talk: The case for Motivational Interviewing in Applied Educational Psychology with Dr. Cathy AtkinsonFebruary 12, 2021 Episode artwork 'We have a responsibility to live authentic lives as Educational Psychologists' - Existentialism, Teenage Rebellion and applied Educational Psychology with Dr Geoff MorganDecember 22, 2020 Episode artwork Tell your story, choose your attitude and make your world a better place: Promoting Positive Psychology and systemic resilience in EP practice with Lucy Parr November 16, 2020 Episode artwork Joy, Connection and Play in the Early Years: Re-centring our approach to work with parents using hope and humanity with Dr Abigail WrightOctober 05, 2020 Episode artwork "We can't just sit with this!" Confronting the challenges of Covid-19 through relationships, innovation and placing the views of children at the centre of our work with Southend EPS.September 14, 2020 Episode artwork Hope and humanity as a response to conflict: Listening to, working with and applying psychology to the experiences of war-affected children with Dr John McMullenAugust 19, 2020 Episode artwork Lowering the Drawbridge: Making Educational Psychology Accessible to Everyone with Dan O'HareAugust 05, 2020 Episode artwork Forging Brighter Futures through Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) in Education with Dr Duncan GillardJuly 23, 2020 Episode artwork Planning Alternative Tomorrows with Hope: Envisioning inclusive, person-centred, futures with Colin NewtonJune 17, 2020 Episode artwork Hope and Coaching Psychology with Mark Adams June 12, 2020 Episode artwork 'Resilience is a well regulated nervous system': Hope through the lens of Polyvagal Theory with Dr Amelia TaylorApril 30, 2020 Episode artwork