Chapter 1- Fundamentals of Collaboration Chapter 2- Interpersonal Problem Solving Chapter 3- Teams Chapter 4- Consultation Miscellaneous

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False
Professionals must share all goals in order to collaborate.

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True
All participants should have a voice in both problem identification and the identification and selection of solutions to the problem.

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True
Counselors are considered to be direct service providers on student centered teams.

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False
Clinical consultation is particularly valuable for increasing parent involvement in the child’s education.

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False
It is expected that trust and respect will be developed immediately among group members in order for work to be successful.

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True
Although individuals cannot be forced to collaborate, school mandates may be present but individuals who are willing to experiment can add voluntariness to the mandate and produce successful outcomes.

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False
Brainstorming is not productive for small problem-solving groups and is best used when there are many participants to give input.

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True
Students may be members of their own student-centered team.

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True
The individualization and modification of consultation models is acceptable if the major assumptions and procedures are not altered.

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True
Brainwriting is a productive option for topics that may be sensitive or emotionally charged.

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C
Each of the following is a reason why collaboration is integral to today’s schools except A. many school professionals have increased responsibilities that are more realistically addressed together. B. the influence of the No Child Left Behind Act. C. collaborative practices are always the most appropriate form of problem solving. D. the continued trend toward inclusive practices.

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C
Which of the following is not an example of interpersonal problem solving? A. team meetings to determine a student’s placement B. planning sessions with teachers regarding how to adapt instruction for a student C. deciding to move an easily distracted student closer to the teacher D. meeting with parents regarding how to improve their child’s behavior

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C
Which of the following is not a challenge regarding awareness of team membership? A. lack of clarity regarding membership B. transient team membership C. shared goals of team members D. the dynamic nature of school teams

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A
Within the problem-solving process, which describes problem identification? A. the establishment of a goal for interaction B. the physical and psychological beginning of a series of interactions C. carrying out the planned intervention D. the determination of intervention success

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D
At what stage is a team redefining and establishing role relationships and procedures? A. performing B. forming C. storming D. norming

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A
Each of the following is a reason why collaboration is integral to today’s schools except A. many school professionals have increased responsibilities that are more realistically addressed together. B. the influence of the No Child Left Behind Act. C. collaborative practices are always the most appropriate form of problem solving. D. the continued trend toward inclusive practices.

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D
Which of the following is not an example of interpersonal problem solving? A. team meetings to determine a student’s placement B. planning sessions with teachers regarding how to adapt instruction for a student C. deciding to move an easily distracted student closer to the teacher D. meeting with parents regarding how to improve their child’s behavior

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B
Which is an example of a direct service delivery team? A. IEP team B. grade-level team C. intervention assistance team D. teacher assistance team

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B
When implementing the behavioral consultation model, the following are all potential concerns except A. parents and teachers may object to seemingly coercive behavioral principles. B. the lack of research to support a behavioral consultation model. C. parents and teachers may lack the understanding of the necessary behavioral principles to carry out the proposed interventions. D. the ethical dilemma of accommodating teacher and parent preferences above true student needs.

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D
Which two models of consultation are particularly applicable to schools? A. mental health and organizational B. organizational and clinical C. mental health and behavioral D. behavioral and clinical

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A style for direct interaction between at least two coequal parties engaged in shared decision making as they work toward a common goal
Define interpersonal collaboration

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Lack of time, skills, or specialization in addressing the problem; problem is beyond the control of those trying to address it; loss of commitment by others in problem solving; when it is determined that problem solving is not the best approach
What are at least three reasons why a group of professionals may decide not to solve a problem?

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A set of interdependent individuals with unique skills and perspectives who interact directly to achieve their mutual goal of providing students with effective educational programs and services
Define an educational team.

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A voluntary process in which one professional assists another to address a problem involving a third party
Define school consultation

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Consultation can support students in the least restrictive environment, serve a preventative role, provide professional development, and efficiently deploy the professional resources in a school
Discuss at least three benefits of consultation.

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