These are "websites on our website" that provide extensive information around a
specific topic, including articles, online discussions, links, and other resources.
- Functional Behavioral
Assessment- Resources on conducting a functional behavioral assessment and
creating positive behavioral intervention plans and supports.
- Safe and Effective
Schools for All Students and All Communities: What Works - information
on the CECP's September, 1999 meeting and videoconference.
Planning - Resources on wraparound planning, including articles, fact sheets,
training and presentation materials, links, and an online discussion with John VanDenBerg,
a nationally recognized expert in the field, and one of the CECP's Expert Practitioners.
- School Safety
and Violence Prevention - Here you can find both the Early Warning,
Timely Response Guide to Safe Schools and the Safeguarding Our Children: An
Action Guide in a variety of formats, as well as online discussions with some of the
authors, violence prevention resources and links to other sites.
Competence - Find useful resources for addressing diversity, including
research-based articles, a bibliography, and links.
and Early Intervention - Locate information on best and promising practices
in the area of preventing and intervening early with emotional and behavioral problems in
Practices in Children's Mental Health - Read and download monographs that
review what's working within 41 systems of care funded through the Comprehensive Community
Mental Health Services for Children and Their Families Program.
Strategies That Work - Read and download a research-based document on what
administrators can do to promote positive student behavior, and find out more about the
programs that were studied.
- The Calendar lists events
sponsored by the Center, and also has information about many other conferences that might
be of interest to you.
- Our Bulletin Board contains
postings of jobs, scholarships, and other news.
- Two hundred of the most asked questions from parents, parent
educators, principals and teachers are collected in a data bank of the Kansas Parent Information and Resource
Center at Keys for Networking, Inc.
- The Center has collected Success
Stories in Special Education from a number of effective programs.
- The Council for Children with
Behavioral Disorders website is now online!
- Material from the CECP/NASP collaborative strand on safe
schools from the 1999 NASP convention in Las Vegas will be available for download
- Browse the Center's Product
Recommendation Inventory and find information on books, articles, guides, websites, curricula, and other resources that were recommended by the Center
- Look over background material for the CECP/NASP
collaborative strand on promising programs from the 1998 NASP convention in Orlando.
- Check out information from the Georgetown University Center
for Child Health and Mental Health Policy about the State Children's
Health Insurance Program (SCHIP).
- Find assistance in your state using our list of State Consultants in Emotional and Behavioral Disorders, or our
list of State Children's Mental Health Contacts.
- Look over the Fall 1997 issue of "Research Connections in Special Education" on School-Wide
Behavioral Management Systems, prepared by the Council
for Exceptional Children.
- Join in focused listserv discussions
organized by the CECP that are open to general participation.
- Find out about E-mail resources
for information or discussion on a particular disability or practice.
- Read selected articles from various professional journals.
- NEW!! Creating Positive Behavioral Intervention Plans
and Supports - Part III of the Addressing Student Problem Behavior series is now
Practices in Children's Mental Health 1998 series - seven monographs and executive
summaries are now online!
- Early Warning, Timely
Response - A Guide to Safe Schools, available now!
Our Children: An Action Guide - a new resource with additional information about the
"how to" of developing school safety plans.
- Read the Center's report on Safe, Drug-Free Schools, and Effective Schools for ALL
Students: What Works!
- Read the Center's document on "Addressing Student Problem Behavior -- An IEP
Teams Introduction To Functional Behavioral Assessment And Behavior Intervention
- Part II of the "Addressing Student Problem
Behavior" series is now online - read "Conducting a Functional Behavioral Assessment"
- Find out how to order a copy of
the videotapes "Functional Assessment and Behavioral Intervention Plans: Part I,
& II," companions to our Addressing Student Problem Behavior document series.
- Read the Center's information sheets on Preventing School Failure and Antisocial Behavior.
- Why Are We Surprised?
- Paying Now or Paying Later
- Preventing School
- What Can Be Done to Prevent
School Failure and Antisocial Behavior: The Utah Example
- Preventing Antisocial
- School-Wide Approaches
to Prevention of Antisocial Behavior
- Early Intervention to
Prevent the Development of Antisocial Behavior
- Addressing Antisocial
- Improving School Results
Through Coordinated Services
- How Two Schools Are
Helping Students with Emotional and Behavioral Problems To Succeed
- Find out how to order videos
and highlights from the March 1996 Conference "Making Collaboration Work."
- 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.
- Greenhouses are
programs of some duration that have produced outcome data and which have been visited by a
Center staff member.
- Nurseries are programs
which are at an earlier state of development or for which outcome data are not yet
available or which have not been visited by a Center staff member.
Reports describe promising programs and practices. Our Prospectors are a group
of specialists and national experts who, in the course of their work, are in and out of
schools, programs and communities across the nation, and employ a common protocol to identify what's working. You can be a prospector, too!