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1. What a school psychologist does on a typical day?
2. What are the role-and-function, school climate, and issues regarding the practice of school psychology?
3. what knowledge base, interpersonal and professional skills did the school psychologist need to have to in order to perform the activities include but are not limited to: student intervention team meetings, multidisciplinary team conferences, IEP meetings, manifestation determination meetings, observations of teachers in general and special education classrooms?

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(1) What a school psychologist does on a typical day?

Research suggests that 50 to 60% of the average school psychologist's function on a daily basis is assessment related activities. (Watkins, Crosby, & Pearson, 2001, p. 70.). The work-day activities of a school psychologist is to provide assessment for behavior modification programs, and engage in consultation with other school psychologists, and/o students, staff, and/or teachers.

2. What are the role-and-function, school climate, and issues regarding the practice of school psychology?

School psychologists have to be adept in creating a positive school and classroom environment. He or she may be engaged in several functions to aid in the educational process including:
• Help teachers work with newly admitted children to make a transition from home to the ...

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