Publication year: 2007
The ultimate goal for school psychologists, teachers, and other allied mental health and educational professionals is to ensure that all children are able to achieve academic success in the classroom. Still, a significant number of schoolchildren feel caught in an academic, social-emotional vortex that can be demoralizing, isolating, and disorienting. Some may be cognitively impaired. Others may simply be bored. Many are well-adjusted but overwhelmed with academic and extracurricular demands.
: Behavioral Science, Career Exploration, Development Assets, Guidance, Intervention, Interventions, Resilience, School Counseling, School Psychology, Service Learning, Service-Learning, Social - Emotional Development, character, learning