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20th Annual Report to Congress, Students with Emotional Disturbance, OSEP .
Student Problem Behavior: An IEP Team's Introduction to Functional
Behavioral Assessment and Behavior Intervention Plans.
Student Problem Behavior - Part II:
Conducting A Functional Assessment.
Student Problem Behavior Part III:
Creating Positive Behavioral Intervention Plans and
Warning, Timely Response - A Guide to Safe Schools.
Early Warning, Timely Response: A Guide to Safe Schools -
Warning, Timely Response: A Guide to Safe Schools - Versiónes
Educational Strategies for Children with
Emotional and Behavioral Problems. (Also
known as the AFT NEA Handbook.)
How Teachers and Paraeducators Can Work
Together to Create Positive Learning Environments: Teachers and Paraeducators
Roles in Maintaining Safe and Orderly Schools.
Agencies and Organizations That Support Children with, or at Risk of, Emotional and
Agenda for Achieving Better Results for
Children and Youth with Serious Emotional Disturbance
para Lograr Mejores Resultados Para los Niños y Jóvenes con Desordenes
Parent's Guide to the
Internet (produced with the Mountain State Parents
Children and Adolescent Network)
National Information Needs Sensing Survey
School Failure and Antisocial Behavior Series
Practices in Children's Mental Health 2001 Series Order
Practices in Children's Mental Health 2000 Series
Practices in Children's Mental Health 1998 Series
Roles for Families in Systems of Care Volume
Practices in Family-Provider Collaboration, Volume
Role of Education in a System of Care: Effectively Serving Children with Emotional or
Behavioral Disorders, Volume III
Practices in Wraparound for Children with Serious Emotional Disturbance and Their
Families, Volume IV
Strategies for Serving Children with Serious Emotional Disturbance and Their Families in a
System of Care, Volume V
Collaboration in Systems of Care, Volume VI
Compilation of Lessons Learned from the 22 Grantees of the 1997 Comprehensive Community
Mental Health Services for Children and Their Families Program, Volume VII
- Lea el Resumen Principal Vol 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 en Español
Safe, drug-free, and effective schools for
ALL students: What works! A profile of six different approaches to prevention
in three communities, including a literature review and focus group review, 1998.
Our Children: An Action Guide.
Our Children: An Action Guide - The Referenced Edition
Special Report: Minority
Issues in Special Education Exploring
Relationships between Inappropriate and Ineffective Special Education Services for
African American Children and Youth and their Overrepresentation in the Juvenile Justice
and Working With Children Who Have Emotional and Behavioral Challenges
to Adulthood: A Resource for Assisting Young People with Emotional or Behavioral
Difficulties. Edited by Hewitt B.
"Rusty" Clark, Ph.D. & Maryann Davis, Ph.D.
available in 2001 will include:
- Addressing Student Problem Behavior Part IV: A Trainer of
Children "Assistive Technology" (working title)
- Handbook for School Mental Health "Community and
Collaboration" (working title)
- Educating Youth with Disabilities in the Juvenile Justice System
- Making the IDEA Work for Children with Emotional and Behavioral
Problems: A Guide for Families (working title).
- Promising Practices in Children's Mental Health
- Volume I- Wraparound: Stories from the Field
- Volume II- (Florida) Learning From Families: Identifying Service Strategies for
- Volume III - (Portland) Promising Practices in Early Childhood Mental Health
Our Children: A Resource Kit.
Children and Youth, an Article on Prevention in the Schools.
The 54-minute Town Meeting videotape includes a keynote
address from U.S. Department of Education Secretary Richard Riley. Reflections of life
experiences by 12 diverse young people who made it through the system are a moving
highlight of this tape.
The 90-minute Video Conference tape opens with an address
by Judith Heumann, Assistant Secretary of Education in the U.S. Department of Education,
and features presentations from four exemplary programs. Actual classroom scenes from each
program are included. The success of each approach is clearly demonstrated.
The Highlights from the National Invitational
Conference, Making Collaboration Work for Children, Youth, Families, Schools and
Communities, was prepared by Lyndal M. Bullock and Robert A. Gable for CEC's Council for
Children with Behavioral Disorders.
Produced by CECP Staff:
Reaching Today's Youth
Over the past two years, the Center for
Effective Collaboration and Practice and its research fellows have collaborated with the National Education Service to produce articles that
have appeared in Reaching Today's Youth: The Community Circle of Caring Journal.
The following articles appear by special arrangement with NES; new articles will be added
about every three months that may help you in your work with students with special needs.
Beyond Individual Resilience
David Osher, Kimberly T. Kendziora, John VanDenBerg, and Karl Dennis, Vol 3(4), 2-4, 1999.
If You Build It, They Will Come: A
Nontraditional Approach for Systems Change
Ken Reavis, Rosemary Battalio, David Osher, Ginger Rhode, William Jenson, and Alan
Hofmeister, Vol 3(4), 15-17, 1999.
Building Resilient Families and
Communities: An Interview With Karl Dennis
Kimberly T. Kendziora, Vol 3(4), 18-21, 1999.
Growing Resilience: Creating
Opportunities for Resilience to Thrive
David Osher, Kimberly T. Kendziora, John VanDenBerg, and Karl Dennis, Vol 3(4), 38-45,
Barriers to Intercultural Relationships: A Culturally Competent Approach
David Osher and Brenda Mejia, Vol 3(2), 48-52, 1999.
Learning Strategies and Social Skills
Training for Students with AD/HD
Steve Forness, Dwight Sweeney, and Steven Wagner, Vol 2(2), 41-43, 1998.
Positive Education Program in Practice
Mary Quinn, David Osher, and Tom Valore, Vol 1(2), 58-62, 1997.
Strengths-Based Foundations of Hope
David Osher, Vol 1(1), 26-29, 1996
The Center for Effective Collaboration and
Practice has collaborated with the Research and Training
Center on Family Support and Children's Mental Health to produce articles in Focal
Point, which is a national bulletin on family support & children's mental health.
This document identifies seven essential elements of effective
programs for students in alternative programs because they have dropped out, are at risk
for dropping out, or have behavior disorders that require special education outside the
general education setting.
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