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Conducting Effective Problem Solving Teams (PST)

In this module we talk about the importance of effective problem-solving teams and what their role is within the framework of problem-solving.

After reviewing the materials in this module, you should be able to:

  1. Describe the difference between a pre-referral intervention team (PIT) and a problem solving team (PST).
  2. Understand the role of PST within a problem-solving model.
  3. Learn about the research supporting PST as opposed to PIT.
  4. Monitor implementation of PST using a fidelity checklist.

Resources

Conducting Effective Problem Solving Teams by Matthew Burns, Ph.D., University of Minnesota
(in Adobe Presenter format).

Important: To view this presentation, you will need to have Adobe Flash Player installed to your computer. Please download the software for free.

Conducting Effective Problem Solving Teams slides for printing out (PDF)

Student Information Form (PDF)

Problem Solving Teams Checklist (PDF)


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