Resilient Classrooms

Second Edition
Creating Healthy Environments for Learning

Beth Doll, Katherine Brehm, and Steven Zucker

A Paperback Originale-bookprint + e-book
A Paperback Original
January 13, 2014
ISBN 9781462513345
Price: $42.00
179 Pages
Size: 8" x 10½"
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January 13, 2014
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179 Pages
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“Until the first edition of Resilient Classrooms was published, I'd been searching for decades for a research-based, easy-to-use resource for improving classroom climate, student connectedness, and achievement. This book enables teachers to define concerns, develop doable solutions, and show measurable progress, and it helps school psychologists and administrators work with teachers to support implementation. Real-life examples and worksheets help you structure your intervention plans. Resilient Classrooms, Second Edition, exemplifies the best of effective consultation, team-based problem solving, and instructional leadership. It should be made available to every teacher and grade-level team in your school.”

—Kevin P. Dwyer, MA, NCSP, past president, National Association of School Psychologists


“This book provides a link between schoolwide and individual service models by addressing the classroom community as the focus of assessment, prevention, and intervention. Well-developed case studies serve as implementation guidelines for practitioners and can also be used to provide training for preservice educational professionals at both graduate and undergraduate levels. Resilient Classrooms, Second Edition, is required reading for those engaged in consultation and intervention, especially in multi-tiered service systems.”

—Jean A. Boyer, PhD, School Psychology Program, Temple University


“This book combines a strong theoretical and empirical foundation with a how-to guide for educators and consultants. A highlight is the inclusion of strategies and examples of how children can participate in building resilient classrooms. The book contains an invaluable range of resources for educators interested in creating environments that facilitate children's learning. I highly recommend this second edition for graduate students and professionals who work directly in classrooms or work with teachers as consultants.”

—Bonnie K. Nastasi, PhD, Department of Psychology, Tulane University


“This book offers a welcome classroom-centered approach to school problem solving. Shifting the focus from targeting individual student deficits, Doll, Brehm, and Zucker present a user-friendly model built on classroom meetings and teacher-student collaboration. The resilient classrooms model combines respect for student perspectives with practical, everyday strategies that teachers can use to improve learning environments and promote positive social relationships. Written in a clear, accessible style, this is a great resource for school psychologists, counselors, teachers, and administrators, as well as school psychology trainers.”

—Stephanie H. McConaughy, PhD, Departments of Psychiatry and Psychology (Emerita), University of Vermont