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School psychologists and the emphasis placed on student resiliency in the assessment process
An action research study was initiated involving school psychologists among various Minnesota and Wisconsin school settings. A single ten-item questionnaire was used. This questionnaire included several Likert scale items ...
Teacher skill and stress levels: are they prepared for Response to Intervention?
Elementary-level general education teachers' role-related stress and preparedness regarding Response to Intervention (RtI) were examined across 30 Western Wisconsin public school districts and seven counties. The relationship ...
Evaluating school psychologists' connections to change, leadership, and resources in RTI implementation
The authors of this study explored Response to Intervention (RTI) implementation in relation to school psychologists' attitudes toward change, leadership skills, and access to resources. A random national sample of school ...
Effectiveness of the Soar to Success reading intervention in a Midwestern school district
Data was gathered to determine the effectiveness of Houghton Mifflin's Soar to Success (1998), a commercially published reading intervention, in a southeastern Wisconsin school district. Students participating in the Soar ...
Effect of resiliency factors on the success of students with emotional and behavioral disorders
This exploratory quantitative study examined resiliency characteristics in students placed in Emotional and Behavioral Special Education programs (EBD). From the 250 K-12, licensed, EBD special education teachers throughout ...
School psychologist's role in response to intervention (RtI): factors that influence RtI implementation
The purpose of this study was to determine if the actual implementation of Response to Intervention (RtI) was related to school psychologists' knowledge, district opportunities for RtI training within the school district, ...