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Transforming School Psychology in the RTI Era: A Guide for Administrators and School Psychologists

 
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By Clayton R. Cook, Diana Browning Wright, Frank M. Gresham and Matthew K. Burns

Whether you've just begun RTI implementation, simply need to fine-tune your current efforts, or are stuck in the old "refer-test-place" model, this roadmap helps you gain a complete understanding of the changing field of school psychology so you can ensure your practices are consistent with an RTI model of service delivery. You’ll learn why school psychologists need to adapt their beliefs, knowledge, skills and procedures -- and how to do it.

Transforming School Psychology in the RTI Era helps RTI leaders and school psychologists work more efficiently in an RTI framework by learning how to:

  • Overcome barriers to change in school psychological practices
  • Employ an evolved academic and behavioral assessment paradigm that emphasizes collecting data to identify, analyze and remediate academic problems
  • Practice compliant school psychology when: making appropriate assessments, conducting child find, responding to parent requests and handling other legal issues
  • Use RTI data as part of a comprehensive evaluation to determine special education eligibility
  • And more

The guide also comes complete with these practical tools:

  • Up-front chapter objectives for time-saving research
  • Charts and tables that illustrate concepts and can be used in everyday school psychological practice
  • Universal screening, progress monitoring, and evidence-based interventions for both academics and behavior

(2011. Softcover. 148 pp. Product Code: 300617. S/H: $5.50)


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