Nash Davis

BA, MEd, GradDipPsych, PostgradDipPsych, GradCertSchoolCoun
Honorary Associate
Phone
+61 2 9560 7299
Fax
+61 2 9351 5027
Building/Room
A35 / 307
The University of Sydney

Nash Davis is a key member, with Linda Sheldon and Dr Susan Colmar, of the Memory Mates team. Over the term of his affiliation with Sydney School of Education and Social Work he has published, disseminated and developed the work of the team, including launching the Memory Mates website in August 2017 at the Sydney School of Education and Social Work.

As well, he has successfully presented regular Professional Learning courses for teachers, accredited by NESA ,every term to DoE staff.

The Memory Mates team holds regular planning meetings and are currently exploring several new initiatives, including linking their work to a new Centre for Education Statistics and Evaluation (CESE) program, developing and evaluating a parent presentation, and finalising an adolescent version of Memory Mates.

Cambridge University Press 27 most cited articles (Psychology journals): - Colmar, S., Davis, N., Sheldon, L. (2016). A Pilot Classroom-Based Study of Attention and Working Memory Strategies for Primary-Aged Students. Journal of Psychologists and Counsellors in Schools, 26(1), 125-136. 

AHPRA board approval to provide principal and secondary supervision to provisional psychologists.

  • Senior Psychologist, Education, Dulwich Hill High School of Visual Arts and Design
  • District Guidance Officer, Fort Street High School, Dulwich Hill Hill School of Visual Arts and Design

Books
  • Sheldon, L., Davis, N., Colmar, S. (2015). Memory mates: A classroom-based intervention to improve attention and working memory in primary-aged students (booklet). Sydney: The Authors.

Journal articles
  • Colmar, S., Davis, N., & Sheldon, L. (2016). A Pilot Classroom-Based Study of Attention and Working Memory Strategies for Primary-Aged Students. Journal of Psychologists and Counsellors in Schools, 26(1), 125–136. DOI:10.1017/jgc.2016.10
  • Davis, N., Sheldon, L., & Colmar, S. (2014). Memory Mates: A classroom-based intervention to improve attention and working memory. Journal of Psychologists and Counsellors in Schools, 24(1), 111–120. DOI:10.1017/jgc.2013.23

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