6 edition of School-Based Interventions found in the catalog.
September 26, 2003
by Allyn & Bacon
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||304|
School-based interventions: The tools you need to succeed, coauthored by Kathleen L. Lane and Margaret Beebe-Frankenberger, is a book that will give a great deal of insight to principals, teachers, school psychologists, and any other professional educators who are or could be involved to some extent or another in the process of implementing. This book presents a practical framework for delivering school-centered interventions that effectively target the most common psychological, social, and learning problems experienced by children and adolescents — from externalizing and internalizing disorders to the challenges posed by ADHD and autism spectrum :
This book assembles into one volume summaries of school-based intervention research that relates to those who deal on a regular basis with the growing body of students having high-incidence learning disabilities and/or behavior disorders: special educators, school psychologists, and clinical child psychologists. Chapter authors begin with an overview of their . Suggested Citation:"4 School-Based Interventions."Institute of Medicine and National Research Council. Building Capacity to Reduce Bullying: Workshop gton, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: /
Substantial research has been devoted to various models of intervention delivery within school systems. Multi-tiered systems of support (MTSS) is an educational service-delivery model in which all students are provided academic and behavioral supports that are matched to need and skill level. A key feature of MTSS frameworks is the ongoing use of data to inform treatment . School-Based Practice Forum. Kentucky Occupational Therapy Conference, Lexington, KY. Schneck, C. and Brandenburger-Shasby, S. (, June) Providing Sensorimotor Theme Groups in the Preschool and Kindergarten Classroom.
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An important first step in the development of school-based interventions is a needs assessment, which can identify the primary mental health needs within a school and feasible, acceptable ways to meet those needs (e.g., Walter et al.).
Information can be gathered from all key constituent groups, including school personnel, school. Few school-based intervention studies exist to educate parents about their children’s risks of cyberbullying perpetration and victimization.
In a public middle school in Phoenix, AZ, an intervention was conducted and a group of researchers examined the intervention’s effectiveness of parents’ perceptions about cyberbullying using a separate sample pretest-post-test.
Her research focuses on school-based behavior assessment and intervention and school mental health. Chafouleas is a member of the Society for the Study of School Psychology and a Fellow of both the American Psychological Association and the Association for Psychological Science.
She has authored over articles, book chapters, and by: Effective student-based trauma services on the part of school districts has been underscored by the recent spate of multiple victim school shootings making Creating Healing School Communities an urgently needed addition to school district, college, and university library collections.
—Midwestern Book Review Every school administrator, educator, and mental health Pages: School-Based Interventions For Struggling Readers, K-8 (Literacy Research, Practice and Evaluation Book 3) Kindle Edition by Evan Ortlieb (Author, Editor) › Visit Amazon's Evan Ortlieb Page.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results Price: $ The substantial gap between children’s mental health service needs and available resources has been well documented in the United States.
Although more than 10% of all children and adolescents have a psychiatric disorder associated with significant functional impairment and an estimated 25%–50% of youth engage in risky behaviors such as unprotected sexual activity.
School-Based Interventions for Students with Behavior Problems is a book about helping children and adolescents who engage in severe behaviors to positively succeed in the school setting. The emphasis of this book is on the prevention of behavior problems through structuring the instructional environment and teaching appropriate skills-and intervention to reduce problems.
Integrated school-based interventions Schools by themselves cannot—and should not be expected to—solve the nation’s most serious health and social problems. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for School-Based Interventions by James M.
Cooper, Ellen de Lara and James Garbarino (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. School-based interventions. Like BPT, school-based behavioral interventions have a long history of success and empirical support for children with ADHD.
Such programs may be delivered as stand-alone interventions or adjunctive to BPT interventions to address a wide range of problem behaviors and enhance generalization across treatment settings.
Evidence- based Educational Interventions Even for non- disabled students, a school environment makes high demands on the cognitive system, and in. CCR clinician, Dr. Tali Raviv is the co-author of a new book entitled, Creating Healing School Communities: School-Based Interventions for Students Exposed to book is one in the series, “Concise Guides on Trauma Care,” aimed at supporting educators and clinicians who are working in schools and community-based agencies (teachers, administrators, school.
Effective School Interventions book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This highly practical resource and text presents 70 i /5.
School-Based Interventions for Students with Behavior Problems is a book about helping children and adolescents who engage in severe behaviors to positively succeed in the school setting.
The emphasis of this book is on the prevention of behavior 5/5(1). The book offers new paths in diverse directions, analyzes the core components of substance use prevention, critiques emerging school-based interventions, and introduces a nuanced reconceptualization of recovery.
Topics featured in the book include: The effect of family and caregiver situations on adolescent substance abuse. Natalie Rathvon, PhD, is Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychology at The George Washington University.
A former teacher, guidance director, special education coordinator, and counselor educator, she provides consultation and professional development to schools and agencies in the areas of assessment and accountability, reading, problem-solving teams, and Price: $ School-Based Interventions for Struggling Readers, K-8 | Editors: Evan Ortlieb, Earl H.
Cheek Advanced search School-Based Interventions for Struggling Readers, K Volume 3. Part of this book’s appeal lies in its first two chapters, which highlight the history behind evidence-based school interventions. She explains the evolution of concepts such as “response to intervention” (page 6) and “intervention assistance teams” (page 7) in relation to changes within the educational system in the United : Kerri Lambert.
Its focus is on school-based interventions through frameworks like the Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS). To learn more, I reached out to the authors, Drs.
Catherine DeCarlo Santiago and Tali Raviv to find out what school-based interventions mean for teachers and how they can help their students with trauma succeed. There is a statistically significant relationship between health and academic achievement. Research evidence shows that children who are healthy are at a low risk for school problems than students who are unhealthy.
Students with good health tend to perform better in school than those with poor health. Problems that emanate from poor health include a higher probability of Author: Thomas Matingwina. Background: Overweight/obesity is an emerging health concern among African children.
The aim of this study was to summarise available evidence from school-based interventions that focused on improving nutrition and physical activity knowledge, attitude, and behaviours, and weight status of children aged 6–15 years in the African context.
Methods: Multiple databases were Author: Theodosia Adom, Anniza De Villiers, Thandi Puoane, André Pascal Kengne.Book Description.
The methods presented by Don Dinkmeyer, Jr., Jon Carlson, and Rebecca Michel in Consultation are based on the assumption that problems in the home and classroom result not only from the direct actions of disruptive students, but also from the expectations of teachers and parents.
This newly expanded fourth edition continues the tradition of .In this overview, this workshop is a 4-part resource that will first provide an overview of school-based interventions.
Next, Dr. DuPaul will provide examples of school based interventions and will work through case examples. Finally, progress monitoring, data-based decision making, and special education will be covered.