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Gion, Cody; McIntosh, Kent; Falcon, Sarah – School Psychology Review, 2022
This article reports results from an experimental study of a classroom intervention intended to decrease racial disproportionality in school discipline by focusing on making classroom behavior systems more culturally responsive and changing teacher behaviors (e.g., use of praise and reprimands). The intervention had three main components: (a) an…
Descriptors: Disproportionate Representation, Student Behavior, Teacher Behavior, Positive Reinforcement
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Eklund, Katie; Burns, Matthew K.; Oyen, Kari; DeMarchena, Sarah; McCollom, Elizabeth M. – School Psychology Review, 2022
Research has demonstrated that regular school attendance is necessary for acceptable academic performance and the development of desirable social skills and behaviors. One in seven students in the United States struggles with chronic absenteeism, and 36 states use accountability metrics that are designed to assess attendance rates as part of…
Descriptors: Attendance, Evidence Based Practice, Accountability, Kindergarten
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J. Anthony, Christopher; Styck, Kara M.; Cooke, Erin; Martel, Justin R.; E. Frye, Katherine – School Psychology Review, 2022
Behavior rating scales represent one of the most commonly used types of assessments in school psychology. Yet, they suffer from a fundamental limitation: They are an indirect methodology influenced partially by student behavior and partially by rater perspectives. Thus, the current study utilized advanced analytic approaches to evaluate rater…
Descriptors: Behavior Rating Scales, Evaluators, Student Evaluation, Elementary School Students
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Kim, Eui Kyung; Choe, Danbi – School Psychology Review, 2022
The national social, emotional, and behavioral (SEB) screening in South Korean schools focuses on identifying and intervening with students at risk for SEB concerns, with little attention paid to students' SEB strength. This study aimed to examine (a) the technical adequacy of the Social Emotional Health Survey--Primary (SEHS-P), Youth…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Screening Tests, At Risk Students, Social Development
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Lane, Kathleen Lynne – School Psychology Review, 2022
In my brief commentary, I offer a look to the past to celebrate lessons learned in social, emotional, and behavioral assessment. Then, I respectfully pose considerations for researchers and practitioners committed to early detection, intervention, and assessment of students with and at risk for emotional and behavioral disorders. Specifically, I…
Descriptors: Functional Behavioral Assessment, Identification, Early Intervention, At Risk Students
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Pickens, Isaiah B. – School Psychology Review, 2022
Effectively directing school resources to support students needing behavioral intervention has been aided by advances in social-emotional-behavioral (SEB) assessments. Growing questions have emerged about whether SEB assessment advances are engaging equitable approaches to their utilization and serving as a catalyst for equitable access to…
Descriptors: Culturally Relevant Education, Evaluation Methods, Decision Making, Student Evaluation
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Cook, Clayton R. – School Psychology Review, 2022
There has been significant progress in our understanding of school-based social, emotional, and behavioral (SEB) assessments since the last special issue on this topic a decade ago. This commentary provides a discussion of how each of the articles exemplifies the progress that has been made to advance the science of SEB assessment within…
Descriptors: Social Development, Emotional Development, Functional Behavioral Assessment, Positive Behavior Supports
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Brann, Kristy L.; Daniels, Brian; Chafouleas, Sandra M.; DiOrio, Courtney A. – School Psychology Review, 2022
To fully execute multitiered systems of support (MTSS), schools must have access to screening and progress monitoring measures that are defensible and appropriate for intended use yet also must be usable within the intended context. Usability is the extent to which a measure, process, or system is acceptable and can be feasibly used by…
Descriptors: Positive Behavior Supports, Screening Tests, Progress Monitoring, Usability
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Duhon, Gary J.; Poncy, Brian C.; Krawiec, Cari F.; Davis, R. Evan; Ellis-Hervey, Nina; Skinner, Christopher H. – School Psychology Review, 2022
When remedying student academic deficits, educators must decide not only upon the intervention package to employ but how much of that intervention to deliver in order to provide an effective dose. In the current study, various doses of an explicit timing math fluency intervention package were evaluated with 105 fourth-grade students to identify…
Descriptors: Elementary School Students, Intervention, Outcomes of Treatment, Grade 4
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Garnett, Bernice Raveche; Kervick, Colby T.; Moore, Mika; Ballysingh, Tracy A.; Smith, Lance C. – School Psychology Review, 2022
This case study describes the experiences and perceptions of school staff and students participating in restorative practices (RP) community building circles during the first year of school-wide RP implementation. Data sources include (a) beginning- and end-of-year surveys of school staff perspectives and experiences with implementing RP, (b)…
Descriptors: Justice, Discipline, Conflict Resolution, Classroom Environment
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McIntyre, Laura Lee; Neece, Cameron L.; Sanner, Catherine M.; Rodriguez, Geovanna; Safer-Lichtenstein, Jonathan – School Psychology Review, 2022
Families play an important role in supporting children's learning and behavioral health. School psychologists are ideally situated to promote family-school partnerships, home-school collaboration, and enhance positive parenting practices on behalf of students. When American schools closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020, many families…
Descriptors: Telecommunications, Health Services, Behavior Modification, Parent Education
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Fallon, Lindsay M.; Collier-Meek, Melissa A.; Famolare, Gianna M.; DeFouw, Emily R.; Gould, Kaitlin M. – School Psychology Review, 2022
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has led to many students receiving remote instruction. As educators support students' learning and behavior from a distance, school psychologists can utilize their consultation skills to offer educators implementation support to ensure interventions implemented are maximally successful. Although the…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Distance Education, Electronic Learning
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King, Hunter C.; Bloomfield, Bradley S.; Wu, Shengtian; Fischer, Aaron J. – School Psychology Review, 2022
Consultation was formally introduced in school settings during the 1960s, with the first systematic review of the school consultation literature occurring roughly 40 years ago. The scrutiny that consultants placed on school consultation practice has led educators to identify different consultation models and delivery mediums, and assess the extent…
Descriptors: Consultation Programs, Teleconferencing, School Psychology, Elementary Secondary Education
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Demaray, Michelle K.; Ogg, Julia A.; Malecki, Christine K.; Styck, Kara M. – School Psychology Review, 2022
The current study examined: (1) the associations of COVID-19 stress with anxiety and depression and whether those associations differed by gender or grade level; and (2) how different coping strategies mitigated the associations of COVID-19 stress with anxiety and depression. During remote learning due to COVID-19, data were collected from 2,738…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Stress Variables, Stress Management
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Ye, Yijun; Wang, Cixin; Zhu, Qianyu; He, Minxuan; Havawala, Mazneen; Bai, Xuefeng; Wang, Tian – School Psychology Review, 2022
COVID-19 negatively impacts students' learning as well as physical and mental health. This study examined the effects of perceived online learning difficulties and cyberbullying on academic engagement and mental health, and if parenting styles and student-teacher relationship moderated these relations among 733 middle school students (54.3% boys)…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, COVID-19, Pandemics, Teacher Student Relationship
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