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Sue Evans

Sue Evans is a Consultant Child Psychologist with Powys Teaching Local Health Board and clinical lead for the Incredible Years programmes in Powys. She is an accredited Mentor in the Incredible Years Parent and Teacher Classroom Management programmes and also a Mentor for the Classroom Dina programme. Sue regularly delivers all of these programmes herself and offers training and supervision to others to support delivery of the programmes with fidelity. Sue delivered the Parent Group Leader training in Seattle with Professor Webster-Stratton in 2007 and visited Seattle again in July 2009 to work with Professor Webster-Stratton on the Dina programmes. Sue has more than twenty years experience as an Educational Psychologist. Having worked in the Midlands for twelve years before joining the Educational Psychology Service in Powys in 1998. She has held her current post with Powys Teaching Local Health Board since 2005. Her doctoral work involved the development of solution focused, collaborative consultation groups for teachers.


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Pam Hanley

Dr Pam Hanley joined the School of Education and Professional Development at the University of Huddersfield in February 2016. She works on a three-year Gatsby-funded national project to research, develop and evaluate an intervention around subject-specialist pedagogy for science, engineering and technology teachers in Further Education. She also works one day a week for the Department of Chemistry at the University of York to evaluate an initiative to help schools and industry work in partnership. Previously, Pam worked at the Institute for Effective Education, University of York, where she was involved in evaluations of science, maths and literacy interventions at both primary and secondary school level. Many of these took the form of randomised controlled trials. Before that, Pam worked at the University of Southampton where she focused on research into science education, using both quantitative and qualitative methodologies. She was also responsible for course evaluation and market research for the Science Learning Centre South East. Pam's interests include evidence-based education, equality of access for all and the use of mixed methods in research.

Contact: p.hanley@hud.ac.uk

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