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Employment History

R.L.


Professor

Cardio ltd


Professor

Mindlabuk.com


President

International School Psychology Association


Professional Educator

Bendarroch School


Affiliations

Exeter

Emeritus Professor of Educational Psychology and Ed Studies


Thinking Maps Inc

Founding Member


Non-executive

Board of Governors Member


Education

PhD


Web References(107 Total References)


Kestrel Consulting

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In recent years Kestrel has developed a whole-school approach to the teaching of thinking and has established a partnership with Professor Bob Burden of the Centre for Cognitive Education at Exeter University and Imaginative Minds, publishers of Teaching Thinking and Creativity.


Thinking Foundation - About - People

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Robert Burden, Exeter University, England
The late Robert Burden was Emeritus Professor of Educational Psychology/Ed Studies at Exeter University. His research interests included: Adolescence; Children's perceptions of their involvement in the process of education; Assessing classroom environments; Cognitive development; Empowerment education; Children's rights; Dyslexia; Applying educational psychology within schools; Motivation.


Myself As a Learner Scale 8-16+: Analysing self-perception - Teaching Times Bookshop

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By Robert Burden
The late Robert Burden was Emeritus Professor of Applied Educational Psychology and a former Head of the School of Education at the University of Exeter. He previously taught children with learning difficulties and worked as an LEA educational psychologist. He established the Master's degree professional training course in Educational Psychology at Exeter in 1971 and held leadership positions in both the British Psychological Society and the International School Psychology Association.


Thinking School Case Studies

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Is there any such thing as a Thinking School by Professor Bob Burden.


What is a Thinking School?

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Is there any such thing as a Thinking School by Professor Bob Burden
Bob Burden is Emeritus Professor of Applied Educational Psychology at the Graduate School of Education, Exeter University, and Director of the Cognitive Education Centre, which he founded in 2005. He is the author of one book and numerous articles about cognitive education, and is former President of the International School Psychology Association. Further details about the CEC can be found at the CEC website.


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