Dr Lorraine Campbell BSc.(Hons), PGCE, MSc., PhD., CPsychol
Professional and Academic Tutor
in Educational Psychology
Tel: (+44) (0)114 222 8107
Lorraine is employed for two days per week in professional practice as an Educational Psychologist senior practitioner in Birmingham, and for the remaining three days is seconded to the University of Sheffield Doctorate in Educational and Child Psychology programme where she teaches in a range of curriculum areas including professional practice, helping children learn, language development and research.
Lorraine’s particular research interests are in relation to cognitive and developmental psychology and in the use of mixed methods research. In the past this has focused upon children’s developing understanding of mind, but her cognitive interests have been extended in to more practice related issues around learning, such as reading comprehension, pedagogical approaches to teaching literacy and numeracy, meta-cognition in context, student motivation, teacher skill development and teacher-learner-environment interactions including those supporting student behaviour and engagement. In her current role, Lorraine’s research interests are realised through supporting post-graduate research and within professional evidence-based practice.
• Chartered Educational Psychologist, registered with the HPC.
Stanbridge, J.K. and Campbell L.N. (2016). Case study evaluation of an intervention planning tool to support emotional well-being and behaviour in schools. Educational Psychology in Practice, 32(3), 262-280.