Book Title: Social-Emotional Assessment in Schools

Subtitle: Concepts & Cases

Author: David L. Wodrich

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Book Description: Created as a text for graduate students, Social-Emotional Assessment in Schools: Concepts and Cases is equally well suited to current practitioners.  The book provides the following: (1.) modern concepts and theory, explained simply, to assure that practice has a proper foundation, (2.) tangible guidance about how to conduct social-emotional assessments in the context of contemporary school psychology practice, (3.) school-centered content congruent with the various roles filled by school psychologists, (4.) plenty of hands-on exercises to enable readers to develop their skills. Its 16 chapters represent a comprehensive treatment of the topic. An extensive Skills Workbook is available to support skill development. Two other documents related to this text, Reproducible Forms & Checklists and Instructor's Manual & Test Bank, are available from the author.

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David L. Wodrich

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Psychology

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Title
Social-Emotional Assessment in Schools
Author
David L. Wodrich
Reviewers
Marley Watkins; Marsha Spencer; Ara Schmitt; Lori Long; Steve Kilgus; Gary Canivez; Sara Frye; Mark E. Swerdlik; and Steven Pfeiffer
Primary Subject
Psychology
Additional Subject(s)
Educational psychology
Publisher
University of Arizona