Katie is interested in dynamic assessment. She is keen to encourage the use of dynamic assessment within the field of educational psychology, so that theoretical advances are grounded in practice. Katie is involved in project work, involving the design of tools and processes to support the use of dynamic assessment, collaborating with academics from University College London.
Katie is an accredited Video Interaction Guidance (VIG) practitioner and supervisor. She seeks to use video reflection in creative ways to support skill development for educational psychologists, teachers and teaching assistants.
Supervision has been an ongoing area of research interest. Katie is currently focusing on using video to support reflection within supervision.
Other areas of interest include approaches that are underpinned by narrative therapy, activity theory and personal construct psychology.