International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education

Articles from Vol. 10, No. 3, January

College and Career Readiness in Elementary Schools
IntroductionCareer development describes "the lifelong psychological and behavioral processes as well as contextual influences shaping one's career over the life span" (Niles & Harris-Bowlsbey, 2005, p 12). During the elementary years, students are...
Counseling Gifted Students: School-Based Considerations and Strategies
IntroductionCounselors working in schools may primarily focus on students with below-average achievement, or who are atrisk for falling behind academically. Unfortunately, educators and counselors can overlook the developmental and emotional needs of...
Counselors and Special Educators in Rural Schools Working Together to Create a Positive School Community
IntroductionSchool counselors and special educators in rural areas working together can be a powerful team to help schools create a positive school community. Schools in rural areas often face different challenges than their urban counterparts, challenges...
Editorial
Dear IEJEE Reader,This special issue of International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education (IEJEE) presents information and examples of practices that are from the intersection of School Psychology, School Counseling, Educational Psychology, and...
Educational Psychological Counselling and Collective Competence Improvement Related to Autism/Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)
IntroductionThis paper assesses a competence improvement project (CIP) for educational psychological counselors along with three other professional groups: a) teachers, b) special education teachers, and c) child and youth workers (CYWs). All were involved...
Evaluating Instructional Apps Using the App Checklist for Educators (ACE)
BackgroundSince the iPad was introduced to the public in 2010, the use of this device in the classroom setting has continued to grow (Perry, Thrasher, & Lee, 2016) and has become a preferred tool for special education teachers (Mautone, 2013). Overall,...
Evidence-Based Practices in the Public School: The Role of Preservice Teacher Training
IntroductionOver the last two decades in the United States' educational system, there has been a drastic increase in the number of students classified under the category of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Under the Individuals with Disabilities Education...
Interviewing to Understand Strengths
IntroductionMental health professionals have long embraced interviewing as an important way of gathering information. There is a long history of the use of interviewing in making diagnostic decisions and better understanding client problems. More recently,...
Use of Communication and Technology among Educational Professionals and Families
IntroductionWithin an educational setting, effective communication serves as an integral contribution to the academic, social, and emotional success of students. Communication among educators, students, families, and other educational personnel should...
Utilizing Technology for Professional Learning in the Dissemination of Evidence–Based Practices to Paraprofessionals Working in Public Education
IntroductionThere are dozens of established, effective interventions for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (Wong, Odom, Hume, Cox, Fettig, A... & Schultz, 2014). These interventions have shown efficacy in university-based research, few have...
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