Praise for the Second Edition from Amazon Reviewers:"This is a great guide for the School Psychology Praxis exam. It is very comprehensive and covers content in a very easy-to-study way. The practice tests are great too.""I used this to pass the Praxis II on the first try with a 175! It was a great resource used to highlight what the test focuses on, and to narrow all the information. I also used the NASP website to supplement information in the book that I needed more information on. Good resource!!""Great reference book to help organize what you need to study for the PRAXIS. [S]traightforward and user friendly. Do not buy any other practice books, this is all you need along with resources from courses you have taken."Fully updated to reflect the most current version of the Praxis (R) Exam in School Psychology, the third edition of this trusted and bestselling guide facilitates efficient studying with an easy-to-use, concise content review and two complete sample exams with new questions and answers. It encompasses all of the content areas appearing on the most recent version of the exam and the NASP practice model, and provides key study suggestions and information that have helped thousands of students to pass the exam.The guide is distinguished by its concise, outline-style format, which helps students to prioritize information, and its reader-friendly, conversational style. Bulleted key concepts and lists break down information into easily digestible segments, and 25 invaluable "Study Suggestions" help students to confidently study and prepare for the exam. "Insider Tips" interspersed throughout feature boxes based on suggestions from recent test takers, who discuss strategies that have helped them to succeed. New exam content reflects key developments in the field, including threat and risk assessment, pediatric brain injury and school supports, the DSM-V, school neuropsychological practice, new assessments, and relevant legislation updates.New to the Third Edition:Updated to reflect the most recent version of the Praxis examIncorporates new content critical for exam successIncludes new sample exam questions and answersReflects key developments in the field, including threat and risk assessment, pediatric brain injury and school supports, the DSM-V, school neuropsychological practice, new assessments, and legislation updatesKey Features:Delivered in accessible, concise format focusing on the most relevant informationThird Edition and widely adoptedField-tested and proven successful record with school psychology studentsOffers "Insider Tips" and specific strategies for studying for and passing the examIncludes two complete sample examsAuthored by a practicing school psychologist
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Peter D. Thompson, PhD, is a licensed school psychologist and a long-time member of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP). He has multiple advanced degrees in psychology and holds various leadership positions in the Douglas County School District, which is a district of more than 70 schools in Colorado. Dr. Thompson has extensive training in school neuropsychology, and is currently the school district's traumatic brain injury (TBI) team coordinator. He continues to lend his expertise to several organizations and agencies in the Denver metro area. In 2013, Dr. Thompson was named Colorado School Psychologist of the Year. Dr. Thompson authored the first edition of The School Psychology Licensure Exam Guide in 2004, which is now in its third iteration. He has also written chapters in Brain Injury in Children and Youth: A Manual for Educators (2016) and Concussion Management Guidelines Manual (2015), both published by the Colorado Department of Education.
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