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(p. 94) Interventions 

(p. 94) Interventions
(p. 94) Interventions

Rosemary Flanagan

and Jeff A. Miller

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date: 28 January 2021

Chapter 6 discusses the emergence of evidence based interventions (EBI) as a standard, and how intervention is a critical component of the problem-solving model of practice. It provides descriptions of types and examples of interventions, including classroom-wide interventions, family/parent involved interventions, and academic interventions. It then concludes with an examination of the role of school psychologists in intervention planning and monitoring, including the research-based evaluation of interventions.

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