Volume 12, Issue 2 (1983)
Viewpoints on Multidisciplinary Teams in Schools
Jack I. Bardon
ABSTRACT: Major points made by the authors of this special edition are briefly reviewed. A shift from a general practice model of school psychology to a corporate model is noted. Differences between teamwork in schools and in industry and medicine are described, and team functioning in schools is equated with committee activity.The use of team members as consultants to a professional is advocated as an additional approach to school-based multidisciplinary teamwork.
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