Imagine a situation where a student continually receives referrals from the commons area during lunchtime. How would you address this issue? Is it reflective of a schoolwide issue, or is it confined to just that student? To address such issues, schools can use the problem-solving model (PSM). The PSM is used to identify and solve issues that arise, whether they are systems-level issues or concerns with individual students. The PSM consists of four distinct steps. Read more
Jason E. Harlacher
Jason E. Harlacher, PhD, is a senior researcher at Marzano Research. He is responsible for designing and facilitating REL Central research projects.
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