IN.PSY.ED is a group of psychologists who conduct research to understand and combat educational inequalities.
Our work includes primary research, secondary analyses, and designing and evaluating interventions within schools, colleges and universities. IN.PSY.ED is led by Dr Matthew J. Easterbrook, a senior lecturer in psychology at the University of Sussex.
This website is where we publish research reports, outline new projects and publications, and describe our current activities.
Currently, we are working on the
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EDUCATION IN THE TIME OF CORONA: HOME LEARNING STUDY
On this website I will post several short research reports in which I report some of the findings from the Education in the Time of Corona study on Home Learning, funded by the European Association of Social Psychology and, more recently, the University of Sussex’s Higher Education Innovation Fund.
The study consists of a survey for teachers and parents of school-aged children in the UK. It asks about the provisions that schools have provided for home learning, and what they think about it. The survey is ongoing, but, considering the relevance and timeliness of the topic, I want to publicise the results as soon as they are available. Please bear in mind, though, that all the results I report in these blogs are early, preliminary, and may change as more responses come in.
MEDIA INTEREST IN OUR WORK
Here are a few examples of our work in the national and regional press. Click on the story headline to open the article in a new window
* Pictures Of 'Disgraceful' Free School Meals Prompt Investigation
Children & Young People Now:
* DFE LAUNCHES INVESTIGATION OVER ‘WOEFULLY INADEQUATE’ FREE SCHOOL MEALS PARCELS
INPSYED is led by Dr Matthew J. Easterbrook, a senior lecturer in psychology at the University of Sussex. You can contact him via email or post.
School of Psychology, University of Sussex, East Sussex, BN1 9QH, UK