DART-P Annual Conference 2024

20 June 2024 - 21 June 2024North East
  • Teaching and learning
From £48
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Division of Academics, Researchers and Teachers in Psychology


The annual conference of the Division of Academics, Researchers and Teachers in Psychology (DART-P) provides a forum for teachers of Psychology at schools, colleges, and universities to come together to discuss best practice and current research. This event is taking place in person.

The 2024 conference theme is: Humanising Psychology with a particular focus on inclusive teaching practices, decolonising the curriculum, reflective practice and the challenges and opportunities posed by generative AI.


  • Dame Margaret Barbour Building
    Newcastle University
    Newcastle Upon Tyne
    NE1 7RU

Who is this event for?

This event is targeted at academics, researchers and teachers of psychology.

Both Members and Non Members are able to attend.

How to attend

Attendance starts from £48 and registration is required.

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Contact us

If you have any questions please contact us at [email protected].


Registration must be made online.

Attendance from £48 and registration is required.

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The deadline for registration is 18 June 2024 at 12pm.


Please note: all rates listed are inclusive of VAT at 20%.

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Registration fee

One Day

Registration fee

Both Days

BPS Concession Members£48£72
DARTP Members£60£96
BPS Members£78£132
Non-BPS Members£90£156
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Key submission dates

  • 22 March 2024: Online submission system opens
  • 10 May 2024: Deadline for individual papers, posters and workshop submissions
  • 17 May 2024: Notification of individual papers, posters and workshop submission outcomes

Authors are strongly advised to register on the on-line submission system and begin preparing their submissions well in advance of the following deadlines

If you wish to submit more than one abstract, please complete individual submissions for each.

How to submit

Please ensure you read the submission guidelines below before submitting, including the reviewer guidelines. These allow you to see how your submissions will be reviewed.

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Submissions must be made via  the online application portal.

If this is your first time submitting you will need to create an account.

If you any queries please contact us at [email protected].

If you any queries please contact us at [email protected].


Download the conference programme

Please note: programme details and timings are subject to change.

Itinerary for both days

  • 8.30am - 9.10am: Registration
  • 9.15am - 9.30am: Opening remarks from chair
  • 9.30am - 10.30am: Keynote
  • 10.30am - 10.45am: Break
  • 10.45am - 11.45am: First parallel sessions
  • 11.45am - 12pm: Break
  • 12pm - 1pm: Second parallel sessions
  • 1pm - 2pm: Lunch and poster session
  • 2pm - 3pm: 3rd parallel sessions
  • 3pm - 3.15pm: Break
  • 3.15pm - 4.15pm: Fourth parallel session
  • 4.15pm - 4.30pm: Break
  • 4.30pm - 4.50pm: Networking/discussion opportunities
  • 4.50pm - 5pm: Closing remarks



Peter Hick

Psychology for Inclusive Learning: Inclusive Pedagogy and Decolonising Psychology

Peter Hick is Professor of Inclusive Education at Edge Hill University.  His professional background is as an Educational Psychologist and he was formerly Programme Lead for Educational Psychology at Manchester Metropolitan University.  His previous academic appointments were at the University of Birmingham and the University of Manchester, where he co-edited 'Psychology for Inclusive Education: New Directions in Theory and Practice' (Routledge, 2009). He has led research teams on a number of national and international government funded projects in the areas of: developing inclusive schools; inclusive education for vulnerable or minoritised learners; teacher education, inclusive pedagogy and race equality; and digital technologies for inclusive learning.  In his keynote presentation Peter will reflect on the legacy of eugenics on the origins of educational psychology and consider what theoretical resources psychology can offer for the development of more inclusive practices today.


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