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Improving School Psychological Service Delivery Using the NASP Practice Model
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This presentation will cover the updated 2020 Standards from the Model for Comprehensive and Integrated School Psychological Services (the Practice Model). This will include a discussion of the differences between the previous standards and the updated standards, strategies for working toward the implementation of the model, and the connection between the comprehensive role of school psychologists and student outcomes. The Excellence in School Psychology Services (ESPS) recognition program and its benefit to school psychologists and their districts will be overviewed as well. #ItsWhatWeDo
- Attendees will have an understanding of the NASP Practice Model
- Psychologists will have a higher awareness of the connection of the comprehensive role of school psychologists to student outcomes.
- Attendees will be aware of multiple strategies for working towards implementation of the model in their district.
- Attendees will have knowledge of the Excellence in School Psychology Services (ESPS) recognition program, including its requirements and how it can be used to develop, maintain, and recognize services within a district.
Speaker: Sara L. England, Ed.S., NCSP studied Psychology and Elementary Education at Manchester College. She received her Master of Arts (MA) degree in School Psychology in 2000 and her Education Specialist (Ed.S.) degree in 2002 from Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. Upon graduation, she worked for sixteen years as a school psychologist for the North Central Indiana Special Education Cooperative based in North Central Indiana. She has worked for the Lewis Cass ISD in Cassopolis, Michigan for the past two and a half years. Ms. England has taught several undergraduate courses in psychology and assessment. She was involved in the Indiana Association of School Psychologists as Spring Conference Chair, Fall Conference Chair, President, and Co-Chair of the Advocacy and Collaboration Committee. She has served on the Michigan Association of School Psychologist’s board as Region V’s Alternate Director and is currently Treasurer-Elect. She has served on the National Association of School Psychologist’s Practice Model Committee for the past several years.