Dr Mehmet Agdiran

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Mehmet previously worked as a teacher of Psychology and Health and Social Care in an inner city Sixth Form College. First as a classroom teacher and then also within a management capacity promoting positive outcomes for pupils and especially those from disadvantaged backgrounds.

He completed his Doctorate in Educational and Child Psychology at the University College London. During the training, Mehmet carried out research on the impact of teachers’ achievement goals on the way they teach high and low-attaining classes.

Since joining One Education, Mehmet has been committed to using consultation to help professionals, parents and learners to think about and find more ways to bring about positive change at the individual, group and whole organisation level. He has worked with colleagues within his service to develop the use of Video Interaction Guidance and is a part of the Looked After Children Team.

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Educational Psychology

Managing critical incidents in schools

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The recent terrorist attacks in London and Manchester and the Grenfell Tower Fire have tragically meant that critical incidents are on the top of the agenda for many educational, health and care professionals. In the recent ‘Resilience and Recovery’ briefings the EP team at One Education have been doing on behalf of Manchester City Council, we have focused on resilience, coping strategies and psychological first aid.

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