Panorama of the educational psychology in the city of Vitoria: an exploratory study
Keywords:educational psychology, education, learning, professional practice
AbstractThis research presents a panorama of the Educational Psychology services in public and private schools in Vitoria. Four psychologists and thirty other professionals that worked in different schools were interviewed. The psychologists that were working in the schools did not have official employee links. They frequently complained about the job they did in the schools. The majority answered that educational psychologists should work with the relationship between students, teachers and parents. They considered that it was important to have a psychologist in the school. Even in the schools that did not have a psychologist, others professionals often "play the role" of the psychologist.
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