Author : Susan Jacob
Genre : Psychology
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
ISBN : 9781119157069
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Ethics and Law for School Psychologists is the single best source of authoritative information on the ethical and legal issues school psychologists face every day. Designed specifically to meet the unique needs of psychologists in school settings, this book includes the most up-to-date standards and requirements while providing an introduction to ethical codes, ethical decision making, and the legal underpinnings that protect the rights of students and their parents. This new seventh edition has been extensively updated with the latest research and changes to the law, with an increased focus on ethical-legal considerations associated with the use of digital technologies. Coverage includes new case law on privacy rights, electronic record keeping, the 2014 Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing, digital assessment platforms, the latest interpretations of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, and more. Ethics texts for counseling and psychology are plentiful, and often excellent—but this book is the only reference that speaks directly to the concerns and issues specific to psychologists in school settings. Case vignettes, end-of-chapter questions, and discussion topics facilitate deeper insight and learning, while updated instructor's resources bring this key reference right into the classroom. Keeping up with the latest research and legal issues is a familiar part of a psychologist's duties, but a practice centered on children in an educational setting makes it both critical and more complex. Ethics and Law for School Psychologists provides a central resource for staying up to date and delivering ethically and legally sound services within a school setting.

Author : Susan Jacob
Genre : Psychology
Publisher : Wiley
ISBN : 0471757705
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This completely updated edition of the leading ethics and law guide provides authoritative, timely information on professional standards and legal requirements for the delivery of school psychological services. Ethics and Law for School Psychologists, Fifth Edition covers a host of ethical and legal issues that are unique to the field.

Author : Dawn M. Decker
Genre : Psychology
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
ISBN : 0470910895
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The definitive text completely revised on the professional and legal standards of school psychology Fully revised and now in its sixth edition, the single best source of authoritative information on the ethical and legal issues associated with school psychological practice includes the most up-to-date standards and requirements of the profession. Citing recent legal rulings and publications as well as historical references, Ethics and Law for School Psychologists provides the most comprehensive foundation for scholarship in this area. A key reference for understanding and delivering ethically and legally sound services, the text combines the expertise of three leading professionals at the forefront of the field. Completely updated to reflect the National Association of School Psychologists' (NASP) revised 2010 Principles for Professional Ethics, the new edition of this classic text also addresses the final regulations in implementing the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and the amended Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). In addition, the Sixth Edition features: New material on the management of sensitive, private student information and a revised section on privileged communication Broader coverage of ethical-legal issues in school-based intervention, including a new section on interventions in the general education classroom The latest research and professional literature related to ethics and law in school psychology Covering the ethical and legal issues that impact every school psychologist, and with numerous pedagogical features including case vignettes, end-of-chapter questions, and topics for discussion, Ethics and Law for School Psychologists, Sixth Edition is well suited for graduate students in school psychology and is a must-have resource for all practicing school psychologists, educators, and school administrators.

Author : Susan Jacob
Genre : Psychology
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
ISBN : 9780470048023
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This completely updated edition of the leading ethics and law guide provides authoritative, timely information on professional standards and legal requirements for the delivery of school psychological services. Ethics and Law for School Psychologists, Fifth Edition covers a host of ethical and legal issues that are unique to the field.

Author : Angela Whalen
Genre : Psychology
Publisher : Wiley
ISBN : 1119859662
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Learn to confidently respond to complex ethical-legal dilemmas in school psychology In Ethics and Law for School Psychologists: A Vignette-Based Workbook, a team of accomplished practitioners delivers a hands-on resource designed to improve your ability to apply systematic ethical-legal decision-making skills to everyday practice in a school setting. The book includes a throughgoing focus on social justice and equity that prepares students and professionals to confidently respond to the complex challenges regularly presented in school psychology. The authors bridge the gap between ethics and law coursework and real-world ethical and legal dilemmas by offering opportunities for practice applying robust decision-making models to vignettes and cases distilled from the authors’ experiences in practice. Readers will also find: Explanations of the DECIDE ethical-legal decision-making framework for approaching practice dilemmas Worksheets illustrating the problem-solving process for school psychology practitioners Structured role plays for practicing difficult conversations with administrators, colleagues, parents, and others An indispensable resource for graduate students and experienced practitioners seeking to better recognize and respond to ethical-legal challenges in the field, Ethics and Law for School Psychologists: A Vignette-Based Workbook will also benefit graduate educators, mentors, supervisors, and continuing education providers.

Author : Leigh Armistead
Genre : School psychologists
Publisher :
ISBN : 0932955630
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Author : Susan Jacob
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Publisher :
ISBN : 0932955223
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Ethical decision-making forms the foundation of school psychological practice and is essential to protecting the rights of children and families. It both shapes daily delivery of school psychological services and informs decisions regarding specific ethical dilemmas. Every school psychologist needs to know not only what ethical principles guide the profession but also how to apply those principles to their work.Ethical Principles for School Psychologists: A Problem-Solving Model Casebook, Third Edition, will help you do just that. Whether you are a graduate student or a seasoned practitioner, the ethics casebook will guide you through problem-solving approaches for situations that seem ethically ambiguous and help you to anticipate and prevent problems before they arise. This Casebook is essential for graduate students, trainers, and seasoned practitioners committed to strengthening their ethics knowledge and reasoning skills, and to continuing to develop their professional ethical identity.

Author : David Shriberg
Genre : Psychology
Publisher : Routledge
ISBN : 9781136326257
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School psychology practice does not exist in a vacuum and is not value-neutral. As the role and function of the school psychologist continues to evolve and expand, social justice provides a needed real-world framework for school psychology students, practitioners, supervisors, and professors to guide their efforts. Culled from years of experience by experts working in a vast array of applied environments and appropriate both for practitioners and for graduate courses in multicultural school psychology and/or the role and function of school psychologists, this book takes the reader through a tour of common school psychology topics and functions through the lens of social justice. Utilizing case examples and concrete suggestions, a critical yet hopeful vision of ways in which school psychologists can work to achieve positive outcomes for students, families, schools, and society is provided.

Author : Sally L. Grapin, PhD, NCSP
Genre : Education
Publisher : Springer Publishing Company
ISBN : 9780826194749
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This engaging new text introduces the field of school psychology, providing an accessible overview of an essential and in-demand profession. It covers a comprehensive range of topics, including historical, cultural, professional, legal, and ethical foundations as well as practices in assessment, intervention, consultation, and program evaluation. Reflecting current standards and best practices, the book includes learning tools for a variety of audiences and examines the profession of school psychology through a social justice lens. Highlights include: Written in an accessible manner to facilitate understanding by those with minimal to no background. Contributions from renowned authors, which allow readers to learn directly from experts in the field Content aligned with the ten domains of the NASP Practice Model Integration of key concepts in psychological research and measurement that are essential for understanding school psychology practice. A social justice orientation that portrays school psychologists as advocates for diverse children, families, and communities Social Justice Connections boxes, which address a range of contemporary issues related to equity and access in schools and psychological service delivery Comprehensive coverage of historical, cultural, legal, and ethical foundations as well as the roles and functions of school psychologists, including assessment, intervention, consultation, and systems-level reform Tools and resources for professional development and career planning Learning objectives, case examples, review and discussion questions, key terms with definitions, and chapter summaries that engage readers and reinforce key ideas Online instructor resources such as PowerPoint presentations, a test bank, sample syllabi, and graduate program worksheets, ideal for busy faculty. This text is ideal for a range of audiences, including undergraduate and graduate students as well as pre-service and working professionals who are considering re-specialization in school psychology. In particular, it is ideal for use in both undergraduate and graduate courses in school psychology (e.g., psychology in the schools, roles and functions of school psychologists) as well senior internship and service learning courses in psychology and education.

Author : Keith C. Radley
Genre : Psychology
Publisher : Oxford University Press
ISBN : 9780190843243
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Tasked chiefly with providing effective instruction, classroom teachers must also manage student behavior. Prevalence of student problem behavior is a strong indicator of failing schools, and has been linked to reduced academic achievement, truancy, bullying, and loss of teacher time. As such demand is on the rise for intervention programs that may effectively reduce levels of problem behavior in schools. Handbook of Behavioral Interventions in Schools is a comprehensive collection of evidence-based strategies for addressing student behavior in the classroom and other school settings. Experts in the fields of special education and school psychology provide practical guidance on over twenty behavior interventions that can be used to promote appropriate student behavior. Framed within a multi-tiered system of support, a framework representing one of the predominant service delivery models in schools, interventions are categorized as Tier I, Tier II, or Tier III, and chapters provide insight into how students might be placed in and moved through respective levels of service intensity. Each chapter details a specific intervention strategy, and includes reproducible materials to facilitate use of the intervention, case studies, and further reading for school-based practitioners. Introductory chapters on behavior analysis, multi-tiered systems of support, and law and ethics place the practical guides in a context that is relevant for school-based practice. Walking readers through the entire process of assessment of problem behaviors to intervention and progress monitoring, Handbook of Behavioral Interventions in Schools is an invaluable resource for special education teachers, school psychologists, and trainees in these fields.