ERIC Number: ED229949
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1982-Sep
Reference Count: 0
Progress or Change: Issues in Educating the Emotionally Disturbed. Volume 2: Service Delivery.
Haring, Norris G., Ed.; Noel, Margaret M., Ed.
Seven papers address issues in service delivery of educational programs for emotionally disturbed students. M. Noel begins with "Public School Programs for the Emotionally Disturbed: An Overview," in which she reviews past and present approaches and models. In "Pathways to Success: Working with Seriously Emotionally Disturbed Students in a Public School Setting," R. Laneve reviews identification, evaluation, placement, and instructional approaches used at the Mark Twain School (Montgomery County, Maryland). Team functioning is the focus of "Service Delivery Teams: Definition, Processes, and Accountability" by L. McCormick. An integrated model for providing related services is offered by R. Grubb and M. Thompson in "Delivering Related Services to the Emotionally Disturbed: A Field-Based Perspective." Aspects of "Inservice Training for Teachers of the Emotionally Disturbed" are considered by R. Neel. Institutions, residential schools, group homes, foster homes, and hostels or respite homes are discussed by J. Seip and D. McCoy in "Alternative Living Arrangements for the Severely Behavior Disordered." Excerpts of interviews with parents of emotionally disturbed children are presented by M. Noel in "Parenting the Emotionally Disturbed Child: Personal Perspectives." (CL)
Descriptors: Ancillary School Services, Delivery Systems, Educational History, Elementary Secondary Education, Emotional Disturbances, Group Homes, Handicap Identification, Inservice Teacher Education, Interdisciplinary Approach, Models, Parent Attitudes, Public Education, Residential Institutions, Residential Programs, Special Education, Student Evaluation, Teamwork
Publication Type: Books; Opinion Papers
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (ED), Washington, DC. Div. of Innovation and Development.
Authoring Institution: Washington Univ., Seattle. Program Development Assistance System.
Note: For a related document, see EC 151 957.