ERIC Number: ED406591
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1996
Making Psychologists in Schools Indispensable: Critical Questions & Emerging Perspectives.
Talley, Ronda C., Ed.; And Others
Making psychologists in schools indispensable is essential if psychology in education is going to survive and prosper during the 21st century. This book presents the reflections of 27 leaders in the field of school psychology on the issue of what can make psychologists in schools indispensable. Chapters are: Becoming Indispensable Through Mental Health Promotion (J. Sandoval); Indispensability: The Holy Grail (G. Trachtman); Recycling the Basics for Evolving Schools: Psychologists as Fulcrums for Leveraging Improved Schooling (J. French); Becoming Essential: Rethinking the Practice of School Psychology (B. Doll); The Educare Psychologist: Re-Inventing School Psychology and Schools for the 21st Century (F. Farley); Excellence, Relevance, and Passion: The Motive Power of Indispensability (R. Talley); Five Themes to Enhance the Value of Psychology to Schools (R. Abidin); One Way of Looking at the Future: A Plan for Creating Value in School Psychological Services (B. Phillips); Psychology in Schools Is Indispensable: An Administrative Perspective (J. Jackson); Enduring Expertise of School Psychologists and the Changing Demands of Schools in the United States (P. Harrison); Making Psychologists Indispensable in the School: Collaborative Training Approaches Involving Educators and School Psychologists (W. Pryzwansky); Replacing Schools with Children: Making Psychologists Indispensable to Schools and Communities (R. Short); Responding to School Needs: The Role of the Psychologist (J. Cummings); The School Psychologist as Citizen of the Learning Community (S. Rosenfield); Listening to Our Clients: A Strategy for Making Psychology Indispensable in the Schools (M. Brassard); Making Psychologists Indispensable in Schools: Do We Really Have To? (T. Kubiszyn); Psychologists in the Schools: Routes to Becoming Indispensable (D. Tharinger); Turning Imperfection into Perfection: Some Advice for Making Psychology Indispensable in the Schools (F. Medway); Advancing Knowledge in Schools Through Consultative Knowledge Linking (T. Kratochwill); Assessing Learning of All Students: Becoming an Essential Service Provider Once Again (S. Elliot); Expertise Makes Psychology in the Schools Indispensable (J. Naglieri); Fantasy, Reality, Necessity and the Indispensable School Psychologist (J. Alpert and L. Rigney); Making Psychologists Indispensable in the Schools: School Psychologists as Specialists in Neurologic Problems (E. Clark); Making Psychology in Schools Indispensable: Crisis Intervention for Fun and Profit (L. Aronin); Making Psychology in the Schools Indispensable: Our Role in Crisis Intervention (K. Young, S. Poland, and L. Griffin); Measurement Consultation (R. Kamphaus); and Psychology in Education as Developmental Healthcare: A Proposal for Fundamental Change and Survival (S. Bagnato). (JBJ)
Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General; ERIC Publications
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Office of Educational Research and Improvement (ED), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: ERIC Clearinghouse on Counseling and Student Services, Greensboro, NC.; American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.
Note: Developed as a companion document for the Annual Institute for Trainers, Administrators, and Practitioners (3rd, August 8, 1996). For individual chapters, see CG 027 465-491.