Competent school psychologists function simultaneously as scientists, scholars, and practitioners. Therefore, they need a foundation of evidence-based practices to inform their services to educators, parents, students, and others. The Foundations of School Psychology Research and Practice Series offers school psychologists the context and skills they need to be effective in both research and practice, integrating in-depth and up-to-date coverage of important theories, methodologies, applications, approaches, and issues across a variety of topics. These books are intended for trainers seeking comprehensive course readings, researchers looking to examine concepts from school psychology-specific perspectives, and practitioners ready to build on and apply their knowledge and preparation.
By Kristy K. Kelly, S. Andrew Garbacz, Craig A. Albers
November 12, 2020
Theories of School Psychology: Critical Perspectives describes the theories, frameworks, and conceptual models that underlie the science and practice of school psychology. Chapters provide an orientation to theories, frameworks, and conceptual models that address core school psychology domains ...
By S. Andrew Garbacz
July 16, 2019
Establishing Family-School Partnerships in School Psychology provides actionable, evidence-based practices toward effective family-school partnerships. Offering scoped and sequenced approaches to embed family-school partnership interventions within a three-tier prevention framework, the book covers...
By Ryan J. Kettler
April 23, 2019
Research Methodologies of School Psychology is a comprehensive, actionable resource that offers graduate students and school psychologists the knowledge and skills to apply key scientific techniques in practice. A volume in the Foundations of School Psychology Research and Practice Series, this ...