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School psychologists are uniquely qualified members of school teams that support students’ ability to learn and teachers’ ability to teach. They apply expertise in mental health, learning, and behavior, to help children and youth succeed academically, socially, behaviorally, and emotionally.
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About Blog – The focus is upon the educational development of individual children, their skills and abilities, and the social and emotional factors which affect their learning process in the classroom.
About Blog – Tenspire is a place where educators will come together to motivate, encourage and share ideas, but most of all inspire each other in the teaching profession. In this blog you will find Posts about School Psychology written by Katie Holmes.
About Blog – In the early 1970s a group of school psychologists from different parts of the world, under the leadership of the late Calvin D. Catterall, came together to form an International School Psychology Committee in order to promote worldwide cooperation amongst school and educational psychologists.
About Blog – Rachael had the brilliant idea to create the drive and spread the word to school psychs from all over the country to add at least one helpful resource that isn’t there. We have some amazing guests coming up that we think are really interesting & that we can all learn a lot from.
About Blog – NCSPA is a professional organization that supports and advocates for school psychologists across North Carolina to provide comprehensive services that reflect best practices in the field of school psychology. Here you will find this resource helpful as you fulfill your role in ensuring positive educational outcomes and wellness for all our children and youth.
New England, USA
About Blog – A blog documenting the delicate art of becoming a school psychologist. It’s irreverent, hardly serious and occasionally humorous. If you’re here seeking an incredibly informational resource about school psychology and school psychology matters, you’re lost my friend!
About Blog – My name is Jenna Johnson and I am the School Psychologist at Wheelock Elementary. I truly enjoy my job and feel lucky to work in such a great school/community. I hope this website will be a helpful tool for both parents and teachers. I will periodically update my blog to share new resources or posts about new and exciting social/emotional learning at Wheelock.