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A model of collaborative consultation to raise teacher self-efficacy

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A model of collaborative consultation to raise teacher self-efficacy
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Deaver, Jeanette
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xii, 203 leaves : ; 28 cm

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Teachers of children with disabilities -- Colorado -- Denver ( lcsh )
Educational consultants -- Colorado -- Denver ( lcsh )
Children with social disabilities -- Education -- Colorado -- Denver ( lcsh )
Mental health consultation -- Colorado -- Denver ( lcsh )
Children with social disabilities -- Education ( fast )
Educational consultants ( fast )
Mental health consultation ( fast )
Teachers of children with disabilities ( fast )
Colorado -- Denver ( fast )
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Includes bibliographical references (leaves 188-203).
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by Jeanette Deaver.

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University of Colorado Denver
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Resiliency

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Focus on Remediation

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fixed.

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Prevention Science to Guide Preventive Action

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Families: A First Line of Defense

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Teachers: A Second Line of Defense

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second line of defense.

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first line of defense. second line of defense

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microsystem, mesosystem, exosystem, macrosystem.

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microsystem, mesosystem microsystems exosystem, macrosystem, microsystems microsystems,

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(microsystem) Teachers'SeljCELncacy

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enactive, vicarious, verbal, physiological and affective enactive Vicarious Verbal Physiological and affective

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enactive, vicarious verbal psychological and affective

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beliefs-enactive, vicarious, verbal, physiological and affective Support: A Possible Influential Variable

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social cultivate function triadic reciprocity triadic

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reciprocity PEARL: A Promising Initiative

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Contextual Interventions

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Organization Development Consultation

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Behavioral Consultation

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Mental Health Consultation

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Program-Centered Administration Consultation

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Consultee-Centered Administrative Consultation Client-Centered Case Consultation

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Consultee-Centered Case Consultation

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Consultation Models The Consultant as the Expert

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Collaborative Consultation Collaboration versus cooperation.

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collaboration, cooperation.

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Gutkin's response.

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Model preference depends on issue.

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expert Expert/ collaborative dichotomy a myth.

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An Emphasis on Process

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think back

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Ethical Considerations

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truth value, applicability, consistency, neutrality. truth value,

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applicability,

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consistency, neutrality,

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Internal Struggles

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System Concerns

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Style of Interaction.

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Component One: Style of Interaction teaching, teaching

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realness in the facilitator of learning, prizing, acceptance, and trust, empathetic understanding. Realness in the facilitator of learning prizing, acceptance, trust,

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Empathetic understanding

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Authentic Caring Genuine.

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Present.

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Accessible.

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Respectful Communications took an interest in teachers professionally,

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presenting ideas and possible solutions in a neutral manner, reciprocal relationships, Understanding and empathy.

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Invitation to discussion.

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Reciprocal relationship.

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Nonjudgmental Support

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Listening.

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Validation.

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Physical support.

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social persuasion

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Component Two: Technique of Interaction

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Building Effective Learning Environments Opportunities to observe.

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Direct experience.

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Frequent performance feedback.

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learning occurs when the learner is ready to learn learning occurs best in the context of a compelling problem, Learning occurs when the learner is ready to learn.

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Learning occurs best in the context of a compelling problem.

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(enactive mastery experiences, vicarious experiences, and verbal persuasion) (reflection and readiness to learn and compelling problems)

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Changes in Cognitions

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Changes in Practice Relationships with Children

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Classroom Management

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Parent Communication

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Component One: Teachers' Compelling Needs

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Component Two: Style of Interaction

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Component Three: Technique of Interaction

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vicarious experiences and enactive mastery experiences vicarious experience verbal persuasion (vicarious verbal)

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Component Four: Increased Teacher Self-Efficacy

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A Source for Self-Efficacy Information

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enactive, vicarious, verbal, physiological enactive vicarious Verbal

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(physiological and affective states). (verbal persuasion). (vicarious experience). (enactive mastery experience)

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importance--physiological, verbal, vicarious, en active, enactive. (physiological and affective), (verba!), (vicarious

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Change in Problem Conceptualization and Practice

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Continued Research Needs

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Collaboration Self-Efficacy Retrospective

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Behavior! Actions Retrospective Self-Efficacy Current Behal'ior!Action Current

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General General

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Child Development, 40, American Psychologist, Early Childhood Education Journal, Social learning theory. Social foundations of thought and action: A social cognitive theory. Self-efficacy in changing societies Self-efficacy the exercise of control. Attachment and loss A secure base: Parent-child attachment and healthy human development.

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Journal of Counseling Development, Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, The ecology of human development. Handbook of child psychology: Vol. Theoretical models of human development Topics in Early Childhood Special Education, The influence of teachers' efficacy beliefs on perceived success in mainstreaming students with learning and behavior problems: A path analysis.

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Applied Developmental Science, Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, Mental health consultation and collaboration. Cost offailure study: Report to Colorado Mental Health Services. Key facts about American children. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, School Psychology Review, Journal of Community Psychology,

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Collecting and interpreting qualitative materials. Digest 0/ education statistics tables and figures. Consultation collaboration and teamwork/or students with special needs School Psychology Quarterly, Psychology in the Schools, School Psychology Review. Mental health consultation in early childhood. Full-service school. A revolution in health and social services/or children, youth, and/amilies.

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Child Development, Journal of Curriculum and Supervision, 18, Identifying stressors for South African teachers in the implementation of inclusive education. Professional School Psychology, Journal of School Psychology, School Psychology Quarterly, School Psychology Review,

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AAHE Bulletin, 50, Educational Psychology, Children and Schools, Interactions: Collaboration skills for school professionals Psychiatry, 56, Teacher opinion survey. Infants and Young Children, Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation,

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School Psychology Quarterly, Preventive Medicine, Psychoneuroendocrinology, Remedial and Special Education, Journal o/School Psychology, Journal o/School Psychology, Early Education and Development,

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Child Development, Meaningful differences in the everyday experience of young American children. Addictive Behaviors, Turning processes: The change of representations in consultee centered case consultation. Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, 3-22. Collaborative consultation. Attention, 17-20. Peabody Journal of Education, 66-85. Exceptional Children,

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Risk and resilience in childhood: An ecological perspective Children's mental health: Creating systems of care in a changing society Building services and systems to support the healthy emotional development of young children. An action guide for policy makers. Methods of educational and social science research School Psychology Quarterly, Journal of Educational Research, Naturalistic inquiry.

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Developmental and Psychopathology, Evolution and the modification of behavior. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, American Psychologist, Development of Psychopathology, American Psychologist,

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Qualitative nursing research: A contemporary dialogue The bounce back resiliency program: A pilot study. American Psychologist, Eighteenmonth update: Parent Empowerment Alternatives with Resources and Learning (PEARL). Six-month evaluation. Development and Psychopathology,

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School Science and Mathematics, 103,246-251. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 58, Remedial and Special Education, Journal of Curriculum Studies, Development and Psychopathology, Mental health: A report of the Surgeon General. Enhancing site-based governance through organizational development: A new role for school social workers. The skilled consultant: A systematic approach to the theory and practice of consultation.

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Qualitative evaluation and research methods Science Education, British Journal of Developmental Psychology, Child Development, Preschool to school: A behavioral study. Freedom to learnfor the 80s. Clinical Child and Family Psychology Quarterly, Pediatrics, 102,

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Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, 14, Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, Journal of Education and Psychological Consultation, Benefits, costs, and explanation of the High/Scope Perry Preschool Program. Interviewing as qualitative research: A guide for researchers in education and the social sciences. Remedial and Special Education, Risk resilience prevention: Promoting the well being of all children Journal of Clinical Child Psychology,

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