ERIC Number: ED307518
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1989
School Psychology in Wisconsin: Programs and Practices. Bulletin No. 9265.
Wisconsin State Dept. of Public Instruction, Madison.
This publication was written by practicing school psychologists and university trainers to aid Wisconsin's schools in their efforts to provide excellent psychological services to students, parents, and staff members. Overviews and selected papers are included in the areas of the professional development of school psychologists in Wisconsin, the roles of school psychologists in Wisconsin, special programs, and legal and ethical responsibilities. Papers included in this publication are: (1) "History of Wisconsin School Psychology" (David Moscinski); (2) "Training in School Psychology" (Cal Stoudt); (3) "Certification and Licensure" (Tom Hall); (4) "Supervision of School Psychologists" (Leonard Pennington); (5) "Continuing Professional Development" (Jerry Harper and Scott Wild); (6)"The EEN Role of Wisconsin School Psychologists" (Beth Doll); (7) "A Non-EEN Referral and Intervention Model for Wisconsin School Psychologists" (Martin Jenich); (8) "Program Evaluation and Research" (Charles Moore); (9) "Classroom Consultation" (Douglas Smith and Mark Lyon); (10) "Vocational School Psychology: Theory and Implementation" (Peter Kores); (11) "Computer Applications for School Psychologists" (William Frankenberger); (12) "Stress and School Psychological Roles" (Jerry Harper and Scott Wild); (13) "Children at Risk" (Rachel Gundersen); (14) "Suicide Prevention" (Rachel Gundersen); (15) "Gifted and Talented" (Rachel Gundersen); (16) "Teenage Parents and Pregnancy Prevention" (Rachel Gundersen); (17) "Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse" (Rachel Gundersen and Sean Mulhern); (18) "Child Abuse and Protective Behaviors" (Rachel Gundersen); (19) "Student Discipline and Truancy" (Greg Jenks); (20) "Early Childhood Programs" (Stacey McLinden and Lynn Miller); (21) "Legal Responsibilities" (Leonard Pennington); (22) "Ethical Standards" (Sean Mulhern and Beth Doll); and (23) "Minority Issues" (Beth Doll). Lists of relevant statutes and rules, traiing programs, professional organizations, publications and a selected bibliography are appended, as is the text of the National Association of School Psychologists' Standards for the Provision of School Psychological Services. (NB)
Descriptors: Alcohol Abuse, Child Abuse, Discipline, Drug Abuse, Early Parenthood, Elementary Secondary Education, Ethics, History, Pregnancy, Prevention, Professional Development, Psychological Services, School Psychologists, School Role, Special Programs, State Standards, Student Needs, Suicide, Supervision, Truancy
Publication Type: Guides - General; Reports - Descriptive; Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Administrators; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: Wisconsin State Dept. of Public Instruction, Madison.
Identifiers - Location: Wisconsin