INSA 2019 1st Conference - School absenteeism: A universal problem in need of local, national, and international solutions
du 16-10-2019 au 18-10-2019
International Network for School Attendance (INSA)
This conference offers a wide palette of topics for school personnel, practitioners, policy-makers, researchers, and academics from all disciplines.
School climate, positive school discipline, and school attendance
(Associate Professor Carolyn Gentle-Genitty, Indiana University School of Social Work, USA)
A bird's-eye view of school attendance and absenteeism: Moving from fragmentation to reconstruction
(Professor Christopher Kearney, Distinguished Professor and Chair of Psychology at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, USA)
Addressing absenteeism: Myths, methods, and morals.
(Associate Professor Michael Gottfried, Gevirtz Graduate School of Education, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA)
- Hearing the Voices of Youth and Parents
- Using School Attendance Data so Everyone Benefits
- How Schools can be Supportive When Attendance Problems Already Exist
- Prevention and Early Intervention for Absenteeism - Working in Tiers 1 and 2 For Primary and Secondary School Students
- How Helping Professionals Can be Supportive When Attendance Problems are Severe or Complex
- The Marriage Between Education & Mental Health Care – Which of the German, Australian, and Dutch Examples Demonstrate True Partnership in Intervention for Absenteeism?
- Second-Wave and Third-Wave CBT – Examples from Denmark, France, Germany, and the United States
- Educational Projects and Psychiatric Projects in Germany, and an Effectiveness Project in the Netherlands
- Government Policy Aimed at Attendance: Is it Working in the Netherlands and England?
- School Attendance in Youth With a Disability – Challenges and Opportunities
- Who is Missing and Why? Profiles and Integrative Models
- Instruments to Screen and Assess School Attendance Problems
- Research That Can Guide our Grassroots Work
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