Dr. Roger Pierangelo

Dr. Roger Pierangelo

Roger Pierangelo, Ph.D., is Associate Professor in the Department of Special Education and Literacy at Long Island University. He has years of experience as a regular classroom teacher, school psychologist, and administrator of psychology programs. Dr. Pierangelo has served as director of a private clinic and consultant to numerous private and public schools. He is a New York State licensed clinical psychologist, certified school psychologist, and Diplomate Fellow in Forensic Psychology. He is the author of a number of books on special education, parenting, transition services, and assessment.

Books by Author

Why Your Students Do What They Do and What to Do When They Do It: A Practical Guide for Understanding Classroom Behavior
A Practical Guide for Understanding Classroom Behavior

Designed for working with students in grades K-5, this practical manual helps educators understand the underlying psychological issues that often c

Grades K-5
Why Your Students Do What They Do and What to Do When They Do It: A Practical Guide for Understanding Classroom Behavior
A Practical Guide for Understanding Classroom Behavior

Designed for working with students in grades 6-12, this practical manual helps educators understand the underlying psychological issues that often

Grades 6-12

Each volume details the underlying psychological issues that often contribute to academic, behavioral, or social dysfunction.

Two books:

Set of Both Volumes
Grades K-12
What Every Teacher Should Know about Students with Special Needs: Promoting Success in the Classroom
Promoting Success in the Classroom

This easy-to-use manual is an essential resource for classroom teachers and an extremely useful reference for special educators, school psychologis