More Details about Identifying and Assessing Students with Emotional Disturbance

General Information  
Author(s)Terry J Tibbetts
Publish YearJanuary 2013


To help improve social and academic outcomes for all students, school psychologists must be ready to accurately identify, assess, and support students with emotional disturbance. This essential resource gives them the clear information, practical guidance, and up-to-date research they need. Ideal for use as a supplemental textbook or a key reference for in-service school psychologists, this book will clarify what constitutes emotional disturbance in educational settings, how it differs from the clinical definition, and how to assess and intervene effectively so students learn and thrive.

Key Features:-

  • Differentiate social maladjustment from emotional disturbance (includes clear coverage of the exclus
  • Understand the RTI model as it relates to identification of behavioral and emotional issues
  • Meet the legal requirements for assessment procedures
  • Determine eligibility for the "emotional disturbance" identification
  • Help ensure meaningful individualized educational programs for students
  • Help teachers develop classroom supports that address the needs of students with emotional disturban