Educational Psychologist and censorship - topic C

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Who they might work for?
The local authority responsible for state schools in the area i.e. Bexley Council  An independent (fee-paying) school i.e. Bromley High – a private school  Themselves, that is they are self-employed (Consultancy based work)
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What an educational psychologist does?
the focus is always on children and their learning. Educational psychologists carry out assessment of children with special educational needs. An educational psychologist carries out assessments and testing, such as IQ testing
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What skills and qualifications are required?
Communication skills such as empathetic listening, a degree in psychology, you need experience working with children, to complete a three-year doctorate
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What might and educational psychologist do to help a child with anger management problems?
1) Observing the child and the situation 2) Gathering as much information as possible 3) Helping to solve the problem
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what is the role of the watershed?
It i s designed to protect children from viewing unsuitable material, such as acts of sex and/or violence.
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arguments for the watershed:
Censorship protects children from viewing acts they are not ready for.
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arguments againts the watershed:
Censorships restricts people’s freedom to choose what they want to watch. If in Britain there are fewer violent acts per hour on TV then the watershed might not be necessary.
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