Case Studies in School Psychology
Applying Standards for Professional Practice
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Case Studies in School Psychology is the first textbook to comprehensively introduce the NASP practice model through active discussion of real-life, school-based examples of issues facing school psychologists. Incorporating all ten domains of practice, these true-to-life scenarios span individual child, class-wide, school-wide and district/community-wide organizational levels across multiple age and developmental ranges. Graduate students will better understand their expansive roles and potential avenues to make positive impacts as school psychologists in children’s academic, social, emotional, and behavioral development.
Table of Contents
1. School Psychologists as Data-Based Decision-Makers 2. School Psychologists as Consultants and Collaborators 3. Providing Services in Academic Interventions and Instructional Supports 4. Providing Services in Mental and Behavioral Health Services and Interventions 5. Understanding School-Wide Practices to Promote Learning 6. Understanding Services to Promote Safe and Supportive Schools 7. School Psychologists as Family, School, and Community Collaborators 8. Ensuring Equitable Practices for Diverse Student Populations 9. Understanding Research and Evidence-Based Practice 10. Understanding Legal, Ethical, and Professional Practice
Stephanie A. Rahill is Associate Professor in the Psychology and Counseling Department of School Psychology and Program Director, MA/CAGS Program, in School Psychology at Georgian Court University, USA.
Lauren T. Kaiser is Assistant Professor in the Psychology Department at Millersville University, USA, and a National Certified School Psychologist.