Consulting with teachers regarding academic skills: Problem solving for basic skills

Kristin A. Gansle, George H. Noell
2008 International Journal of Behavioral Consultation and Therapy  
A number of issues must be addressed in order to intervene with academic problems within classrooms . These issues include screening, problem specification, problem function, solving the problem, and subsequent problem evaluation. Although the addition of a consultant will allow services to be delivered to greater numbers of children than could be affected through direct service by the consultant, indirect service delivery creates issues that will have to be addressed in order for services to
more » ... r for services to be effective. These issues are discussed in terms of assessment as well as the determination of curriculum levels within classrooms in consultation with the classroom teacher.
doi:10.1037/h0100843 fatcat:rvlt2u4wmrgt3e53ajq4hdvt5m