Assessment for Intervention

Second Edition
A Problem-Solving Approach

Edited by Rachel Brown-Chidsey and Kristina J. Andren
Foreword by Patti L. Harrison

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October 18, 2012
ISBN 9781462506873
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386 Pages
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“A fantastic book—a 'must have' for school-based professionals, especially those working in an RTI framework. It integrates state-of-the-art research and practice in problem-solving assessment. This is an ideal resource for graduate courses related to data-based decision making, consultation, problem solving, and multi-tiered intervention.”

—Pamela Fenning, PhD, School Psychology Program, Loyola University Chicago

“The impressive second edition of Assessment for Intervention: A Problem-Solving Approach provides strong chapters that promote evidence-based, problem-solving assessment methods that will enhance the academic learning and social-emotional skills of students. The book will assist in expanding the capacity of schools to provide effective, multi-tiered services and programs and create opportunities for school professionals, such as school psychologists, teachers, and administrators, to use advanced methods of problem solving and data-based decision making.”

—from the Foreword by Patti L. Harrison, PhD, NCSP, School Psychology Program, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa

“Comprehensive and timely. The book reviews the empirical bases and psychometric properties of a wide variety of assessment tools and techniques and outlines methods for assessing the effectiveness of school-based interventions. Numerous case studies and examples clearly illustrate the concepts presented. Annotated 'suggested reading' lists enable interested readers to delve more deeply into each of the main topics. All education professionals using MTSS approaches will find this book valuable. It is well suited as a text for graduate courses on assessment and intervention for students with academic, social, emotional, and behavioral needs.”

—Marie C. McGrath, PhD, Department of Graduate Psychology, Immaculata University

“This is an exceptional text that covers the most relevant issues and contemporary methods inproblem-solvingassessment. I use this book in my graduate courses and recommend it to practitioners.”

—Theodore J. Christ, PhD, Department of Educational Psychology, University of Minnesota