Anxiety Disorders in the Classroom: An Action Plan for Identification, Evaluation and Intervention
By Ray W. Christner, Jessica B. Bolton and Jacqlyn Tumolo Zarabba

Expert guidance from three nationally certified school psychologists! You and your staff learn about the 8 most common types of student anxieties, from social anxiety and school phobia, to test anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder and more.

Foster positive relationships with parents -- and avoid costly lawsuits -- with straightforward advice on how to spot anxiety issues that impact student behavior and academics, as well as how to:

  • Determine when and how to conduct a multifaceted evaluation
  • Provide interventions across a continuum, including a three-tiered model of service delivery and evidence-based interventions
  • Apply interventions for the student, the entire class, and in the IEP
  • Intervene for children whose anxiety is co-morbid with LD, autism and ADHD, or whose anxiety stems from bullying
  • Differentiate Section 504 eligibility from IDEA eligibility and provide accommodations

Plus, you get real-life examples of how anxiety impedes student learning, hands-on tools including a behavioral checklist for classroom observers, and a review of relevant legal cases illustrating the dos and don'ts of serving students with anxiety.

(2011. Pamphlet. 89 pp. Product Code: 300621)

Price: $26.45 S/H: $5.50
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