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   Educational Psychology - A sub-discipline of psychology concerned with theories and problems in education.

Global SchoolNet Foundation - Global Schoolhouse has joined forces with to bring you the best online collaborative learning. Please use the links on this page to find Global Schoolhouse content and tools plus easy access to the wealth of material on 3/5


Institute for Learning Science - The Learning Exchange  - Information on the 2001 Excellence In Teaching (EIT) Grants program is now available here. The online version of our Annual Report 1999–2000 can be found here. Information about employment positions can be found here. 3/5
National Early Childhood Technical Assistance System - 4/5
Special Education Resources on the Internet (SERI) - Links to self-help pages, organized alphabetically by disorders; these disorders are ones very familiar to school psychologists in their daily work. 4/5
Child Behavior Checklist - The ASEBA instruments have been developed to fill a variety of needs. The most basic need is to describe an individual’s competencies and problems as they are seen by parents, teachers, caregivers, clinicians, observers, and the individual. This is essential for obtaining a picture of the individual’s functioning from various important perspectives. The instruments can be readily used in diverse contexts, including schools, mental health, medical, forensic, residential treatment, and research.
CRESST - Funded by the U.S. Department of Education and the Office of Educational Research and Improvement,
the National Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards, and Student Testing (CRESST) conducts research on important topics related to K-12 educational testing.


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