A Practical Guide to Building Professional Competencies in School Psychology
Lionetti, Timothy M., Snyder, Edward P., Christner, Ray W. (Eds.)
2011, XIV, 278 p. 14 illus.
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Aligns with Blue Print III and current NASP training standards
Easy to read and understand and provides straightforward presentation of ideas and information
Synthesizes research and practice, with each chapter coauthored by a two-person team – one academic expert, the other a practicing school psychologist
Demonstrates how empirical evidence translates into current practice
Designed as a research-based yet matter-of-fact guide for beginning and future scientist-practitioners, A Practical Guide to Building Professional Competencies in School Psychology skillfully augments the reader’s training, supervision, and experience by providing a framework for honing essential skills in the field. This reader-friendly, evidence-based text encourages the continuing development of expertise in communication and collaborative skills, diversity awareness, technical knowledge, and other domains critical to building and maintaining an ethical, meaningful practice.
Each chapter in this must-have volume examines a core area of expertise in depth, and provides checklists (linked to competencies set out in NASP’s Blueprint III) and the Development and Enhancement of Competencies Assessment Form are included to enable readers to gain a more complete understanding of their professional strengths and needs.
The skill sets covered include:
Developing cross-cultural competencies.
Evaluating students with emotional and behavioral problems.
Assessing student skills using a variety of approaches.
Preventing and intervening in crisis situations.
Consulting with families, colleagues, and the community.
Facilitating mental health services in the school setting.
A Practical Guide to Building Professional Competencies in School Psychology provides an invaluable set of professional development tools for new practitioners and graduate students in school psychology.
Content Level »Professional/practitioner
Keywords »Assessment - Competencies - IDEA - Individuals with Disabilities Education Act - Interventions - No Child Left Behind - Roles and Responsibilities - School Consultation - School psychology