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Welcome to the Oxford Education Psychology blog. This blog is regularly updated with news, resources and articles alongwith specification and exam support from a group of expert and trusted Psychology teachers and authors, making it easier for teachers and learners to support each other and share ideas. We want you to be part of this community, so please get involved, share your passion for psychology and tell us what you think. We’d love you to leave comments on the posts, and let us know if you’ve got ideas for what you’d like to see, or if you would like to blog on here yourself.

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The Psychology Blog contributors

Cara Flanagan

Mike Cardwell

Matt Jarvis

Mike Griffin
Michael Griffin is subject leader for psychology and Assistant Headteacher with responsibility for Sixth Form at a comprehensive school in North West London. Michael is an examiner, INSET trainer and conference speaker; his creative ideas for delivering psychology content have led his students to achieve consistently high results.

Rosalind Geillis
Rosalind has been teaching psychology for 13 years, marked AQA exam papers for decade, and has recently taken on Specialis Leader of Education and Leader of Learnin roles within her school. She continue to be involved in a Teaching and Learning consortium and leads a Social Sciences support network in the Birmingham area.