Intervention in School and Clinic (ISC)
Editors: Randall Boone, PhD and Kyle Higgins, PhD
Published: 5 times/year
ISSN: 1053-4512 (print)
ISSN: 1538-4810 (electronic)
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Intervention equips teachers and clinicians with hands-on tips, techniques, methods, and ideas for improving assessment, instruction, and management for individuals with learning disabilities or behavior disorders. Articles focus on curricular, instructional, social, behavioral, assessment, and vocational strategies and techniques that have a direct application to the classroom setting. This innovative and readable periodical provides educational information ready for immediate implementation.
Regular features include
- cover stories on timely, important issues
- "What Works for Me"—practitioners' suggestions on instructional strategies and management techniques
- "Technology Trends"—innovations in technology
- "Books and More"—information on books and other educational materials
- "Spotlight on Students"—showcases students' work
- "An Interview With…"—perspectives from educators, students, administrators, or parents
Aims & Scope
Intervention in School and Clinic is practitioner-oriented and designed to provide practical, research-based ideas to educators who work with students with severe learning disabilities and emotional/behavioral problems. Emphasis is placed on strategies and techniques that can be easily implemented in school or clinic settings and address the multifaceted needs of students with severe LD and emotional/behavioral problems. Specifically, articles should target curricular, instructional, social, behavioral, assessment, and vocational strategies and techniques and have direct application to the classroom setting. The Council for Learning Disabilities provides Intervention as one of its membership benefits.