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Supporting Teachers

A Guide for School Professionals

By Stephen D. Truscott, Diane M. Truscott

Routledge – 2014 – 256 pages

Series: Consultation and Intervention Series in School Psychology

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Description

The purpose of this book is to provide the rationale, guidelines, and evidence-based methods that educational specialists (school psychologists, school counselors, speech/language specialists, special educators, and school administrators) can use to support teachers and, thereby, school effectiveness.

Contents

PREFACE

PART I: What Educational Specialists Need To Know

Chapter 1: Today No One Knows It All

Chapter 2: Today’s Schools

Chapter 3: Today’s Educators

Chapter 4: How Educational Specialists Support Teachers

Part II: A Professional Learning Model to Support Teachers

Chapter 5: Supporting Teachers to Motivate, Collaborate, and Encourage

Chapter 6: Deciding What to Do, When, and How

Chapter 7: Collaborative Consultation

Chapter 8: Professional Learning

Chapter 9: Sustaining Professional Learning

APPENDIX (Suggestions for using the text in an on-line instructional format)

Author Bio

Stephen D. Truscott is Associate Professor of School Psychology in the Department of Counseling and Psychological Services at Georgia State University, U.S.

Diane M. Truscott is Associate Professor in the Department of Early Childhood Education at Georgia State University, U.S.

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Description: By Stephen D. Truscott, Diane M. Truscott. The purpose of this book is to provide the rationale, guidelines, and evidence-based methods that educational specialists (school psychologists, school counselors, speech/language specialists, special educators, and school administrators) can use to...
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