Recent Methodological Advancements in Indirect Service Delivery

This session is from the NASP 2021 Annual Convention

  • PMD: 2,9
  • Skill Level: Intermediate

Learner Objectives

This session will help participants…

  1. describe the impact of recent methods on key consultation outcomes (e.g., parent–teacher relationships, student behavior, and cost-effectiveness) and processes (i.e., intervention implementation).
  2. increase awareness of recent statistical and assessment methods utilized within consultation research.
  3. discuss how summarized findings can be applied to school-based consultation research and practice.

Description

This session will feature three empirical studies that showcase recent methodological advancements in indirect service delivery. Led by a consultation expert, this session will highlight innovative statistical approaches and novel assessment methods. Collectively, these studies demonstrate current innovations, practices and issues within school-based consultation research and provide multiple considerations for researchers, consultants, and school-based partners to consider.

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Presenter(s)

Jennifer M. Cooper, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Tyler E. Smith, University of Missouri
Shannon Holmes, University of Missouri
Susan M. Sheridan, University of Nebraska
Julie S. Owens, Ohio University

Contributor(s)

June L. Preast, Bradley S. Bloomfield, Samantha M. Margherio, Steven W. Evans, Max Crowley

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