Dr Shaalan Farouk

Dr Shaalan Farouk

Principal Lecturer, Programme Convener - BA/BSc Education

School of Education


I am a Principal Lecturer in Educational Psychology and programme convener for  the BA/BSc Programme in Education. I previously worked as a senior educational psychologist and taught on the doctoral programme in Educational Psychology at University College London - Institute of Education,  I completed my PhD on teachers' emotions at work at Birkbeck College, in 2008. 



BSc Psychology, University of Sheffield, MSc Educational Psychology, University College London, Institute of Education, PhD Organisational Psychology, Birkbeck College, University of London

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Farouk, S. (2004). Group work in schools: A process consultation approach. Educational Psychology in Practice, 20(3), 207-220.

Farouk, S. (2010). Primary school teachers' restricted and elaborated anger. Cambridge Journal of Education, 40(4), 353-368.

Farouk, S. (2012). What can the self-conscious emotion of guilt tell us about primary school teachers' moral purpose and the relationships they have with their pupils? Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice, 18(4), 491-407.

Farouk (submitted for publication) Voicing the self:  The autobiographical memories of adolescents excluded from school, Youth and Society



Farouk, S. The self-conscious emotions of guilt, shame and pride in education. In C. Mohiyeddini (Ed.), Psychology of Emotion: Recent Theoretical Perspectives and Novel Empirical Findings. New York: Nova Publishers.

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