Evaluating school psychological reports: I. A procedure for systematic feedback
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Psychology in the Schools
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This paper provides a rationale for obtaining systematic evaluative feedback concerning the perceived usefulness of school psychological reports and their impact on the development of individual educational plans for referred students. Research data and authoritative opinion are used to support the need for school psychologists to obtain feedback about their reports on a case-by-case basis, rather than to obtain global perceptions of the meaningfulness and usefulness of reports in general. A working copy of a brief evaluation form that can be attached to the report and forwarded to the referral agent is included for the benefit of interested readers.
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Ownby, Raymond L. and Wallbrown, F H., "Evaluating school psychological reports: I. A procedure for systematic feedback" (1983). College of Osteopathic Medicine Faculty Articles. 33.