Faye Carlisle lives and writes in Buckinghamshire. She is a Psychology teacher and has written a few educational Psychology textbooks, a Mindfulness book and children’s books. She is mixed heritage and was born to a Chinese father and an Irish mother.
This quick practical guide sets out how to teach mindfulness to teenagers in twelve sessions.
It is suitable for teachers who have heard of the benefits of mindfulness and want to implement it in their classroom or school.
A young adult paranormal romance.
‘Where did you get that necklace?’ he asked leaning in to touch it but then quickly moving his hand away.
‘It belonged to my father,’ I replied.
He stood up from his stool and pushed it away abruptly. But when he spoke, his voice was light and gentle, ‘Who’s your father?’
‘I don’t know. I’ve never met him,’ I replied, hoping he would have some answers for me.
Kate lives in the ordinary town of Higham in the Lake District. Jack is a new boy at her school but he is not all he seems. His arrival changes something in her and she starts to be able to do things she didn’t believe were possible.
Through contact with the gypsies in her town she begins to understand what is happening. Jack finally tells her who he really is but there are others who pose a threat to her and the whole human race.
Nargassus is in trouble from the evil Sinisters. The Kodo School trains children with supernatural abilities to defend the Kingdom. A prophecy says that a boy who is able to control the four elements of earth, fire, air and water will be able to restore peace to the land and defeat evil.
Cameron, a Kodo student, has these extra-special abilities and is sent on a mission to find the Sinisters with his two friends Anna and Sam. Anna is able to see visions of the future, and Sam has special navigating powers.
The children’s search for the Sinisters leads them to a fortress where they meet Electro. Can they win against his lightning powers?
Look out for ‘The Magma Chambers’ where Cameron, Anna and Sam travel to the icy Kingdom of Iglay and meet Izotz, who can freeze people to death.
In the final instalment of the Kodo series, ‘The Pyramid’, Jenny re-joins Cameron, Anna and Sam to fight Silica in the Sand Land.
This book aims to present classic psychology studies and theories in a simple way. Each study is broken down into four elements: Aim, procedure, results and conclusion. The studies are evaluated by looking at generalisability, reliability, application to real life, validity and ethics.
The theories are described in an accessible way, with key terms described. The theories are evaluated by looking at studies which support or contradict them, alternative explanations and their application to real life.
The book has been organised so that studies and theories, which relate to each other are grouped together.
A-level psychology revision guide for the 2015 Edexcel specification. This guide covers all the content needed for the A-level qualification. There are 8 chapters: Social psychology, cognitive psychology, biological psychology, learning theories, clinical psychology, criminological psychology, issues and debates and research methods. The option chosen for paper 2 is criminological psychology.