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School Psychology Awareness Week 2012

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Allison Nields

on 4 October 2013

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Transcript of School Psychology Awareness Week 2012

National Association
of School Psychologists
Created by:
UNO School
Psychology Graduate
Students
Work with teachers to:
Work with Students to:
Work with Families to:
Work With Community Providers to:
All students face problems!
For example,
they may:
Work with Administrators to:
Motivate all students to engage in learning
Support effective individualize instruction
Identify and resolve barriers to learning
Create positive classroom environments
Help those struggling academically, socially, emotionally, behaviorally, and mentally
Increase achievement by accessing barriers to learning
Promote wellness and resilience
Enhance understanding and acceptance of diverse cultures and backgrounds
Identify and resolve learning and behavior problems
Evaluate eligibility for special education services
Teach parenting skills and enhance home-school collaboration
Implement school-wide prevention programs that help maintain positive school climates conducive to learning
Promote school policies and practices that ensure the safety of all students
Respond to crises by providing leadership, direct services, and coordination with needed community services
Coordinate the delivery of services to students and their families in and outside of school
Help students transition to and from school and community learning environments
Who are School Psychologists?
How do School Psychologists make a difference?
Feel afraid
to go to school
Have difficulty
organizing their
time efficiently
Lack effective study skills
Fall behind in their school work
Lack self-discipline
Feel depressed or anxious; Think about suicide
Experiment with drugs and alcohol
School psychologists help children, parents, teachers, and members of the community understand and resolve these concerns.
Questions?
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