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(p. 395) Collaborating with the Educational Community 

(p. 395) Collaborating with the Educational Community
(p. 395) Collaborating with the Educational Community

Stephanie T. Mihalas

and Lev Gottlieb

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date: 02 June 2020

This chapter on school collaboration uses a case study approach to highlight the four steps of the collaborative problem-solving model: problem identification, problem analysis, plan implementation, and plan evaluation. The authors explain how to use an interdisciplinary model for assessment and intervention as a private practitioner working in schools, with considerations of the client, family, teachers, and other school personnel. Ways to build an effective collaboration, such as identifying key stakeholders and developing rapport, are reviewed. Practical examples are provided from the different vantage points of the two authors. Barriers that may impede a successful union between school and private practice professionals, such as systemic and national variables, are also considered.

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