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Fishes, Ferdinand, and Flannelgraph Fun: Using Literature as an Intervention
School psychologists are seeking ways to expand their role in regular education, and to find new intervention techniques for working with at-risk and exceptional students. Literature may be used to introduce specific topics for discussion, to increase interest in reading for at-risk students, to build readiness skills, to reinforce classroom learning, or as a demonstration of techniques for the teacher.
Contributor: Turner, Barbara D.
Date Published: 03-00
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