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Schmitz, Stephanie L.; Clopton, Kerri L.; Skaar, Nicole R.; Dredge, Stephanie; VanHorn, David – Contemporary School Psychology, 2022
There is a nationwide shortage of school psychologists, and while NASP has recommended ways to increase recruitment and retention, the research on recruiting and retaining school psychologists, especially in high-need areas, is limited. Teacher education researchers have begun to address teacher shortages through "grow your own" training…
Descriptors: School Health Services, Mental Health Programs, School Psychology, School Psychologists
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Corcoran, Stephanie – Contemporary School Psychology, 2022
With the iPad-mediated cognitive assessment gaining popularity with school districts and the need for alternative modes for training and instruction during this COVID-19 pandemic, school psychology training programs will need to adapt to effectively train their students to be competent in administering, scoring, an interpreting cognitive…
Descriptors: School Psychologists, Professional Education, Job Skills, Cognitive Tests
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McCleary, Daniel F.; Clark, Frankie J.; Dawes, Jillian; Flowers, Jaime M.; Ellis-Hervey, Nina – Contemporary School Psychology, 2022
Given the shortage of school psychologists, especially in rural areas, school psychology programs are beginning to emerge that provide students with the opportunity to attend classes through distance education (DE) methods (i.e., virtually). Despite many school psychology students and faculty holding negative perceptions of DE methods, the use of…
Descriptors: School Psychologists, Supply and Demand, Rural Areas, Distance Education
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Hendricker, Elise; Bender, Stacy L.; Ouye, Jenna – Contemporary School Psychology, 2022
The National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) emphasizes the role of school psychologists across a variety of domains, including engaging with families across multiple tiers of support (NASP, 2010a). However, the national school psychology shortage, leading school psychologists to work across various schools, may play a large role in the…
Descriptors: School Psychology, Supply and Demand, Labor Market, Family Programs
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Drapeau, Christopher W. – Contemporary School Psychology, 2022
Insufficient sleep is common among school-attending youth and has been associated with academic, cognitive, social-emotional, and behavioral functioning. Despite these associations, it is believed that few school psychologists are prepared to identify, assess, or treat sleep problems manifested in the K-12 setting. However, no published research…
Descriptors: Sleep, School Psychologists, Graduate Study, Counselor Training
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Ormiston, Heather E.; Dixon, Abigail L.; Barnett, Amanda – Contemporary School Psychology, 2022
Surveys of trainers in school psychology have been administered to examine training competencies and content delivered to school psychology trainees. Surveys of practitioners working with school psychology trainees are limited as discussed by Lewis et al. (2005). The purpose of this exploratory study is to seek to understand the perceptions of…
Descriptors: School Psychology, School Psychologists, Counselor Training, Supervision
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Starling, Natalie R.; Elias, Eric M.; Coleman, Mykelle S. – Contemporary School Psychology, 2022
In our previous article, Concentrations in School Psychology: Can specialization empower the evolution of the profession? (Starling, Elias & Coleman 2019), we reflected on how school psychologists can effectively address and respond to the myriad needs of our nation's ever-changing schools. In this article, we revisit training, specifically in…
Descriptors: Specialization, School Psychology, Graduate Study, Independent Study
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Yu, Rondy – Contemporary School Psychology, 2022
Applied behavior analysis (ABA) has played an important role in the practice of school psychology. Despite the field's expectation of school psychologists to effectively address student behavior, little attention has been placed on the development of school psychology graduate students' training in ABA. An extensive review was undertaken to assess…
Descriptors: Applied Behavior Analysis, School Psychologists, Student Behavior, Graduate Study
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Daly, Bradford D.; Gardner, Rachel A. – Contemporary School Psychology, 2022
It has long been established that school psychology practitioners experience high levels of burnout. As a means of preventing burnout among future practitioners, school psychology training programs are frequently encouraged to teach and model self-care to students. This is particularly important as the current generation of graduate students…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Caring, Self Management, School Psychology
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Morrison, Julie Q.; Davies, Susan C.; Noltemeyer, Amity – Contemporary School Psychology, 2022
Shortage of school psychologists in the USA jeopardizes the capacity of schools to meet the needs of struggling students. The aim of the study was to evaluate the progression of school psychologists through the professional preparation--to practice pipeline for attracting, preparing, and retaining school psychologists. Descriptive research methods…
Descriptors: School Psychology, School Psychologists, Counselor Training, Graduate Students
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Callan, Gregory; Yang, Nai-Jiin; Zhang, Yanchen; Sciuchetti, Maria B. – Contemporary School Psychology, 2022
Self-regulated learning (SRL) entails a series of processes, such as goal-setting, planning, using strategies, observing, and reflecting, as well as motivational beliefs. SRL is a prominent academic enabler for the diverse students that school psychologists serve including students in general education, special education, and gifted programming.…
Descriptors: Independent Study, School Psychology, Definitions, School Psychologists
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Ball, Carrie; McNeany, Jennifer; Hopple, Alyce – Contemporary School Psychology, 2022
As higher education faces declines in federal funding and enrollment, academic programs are increasingly tasked with examining their recruitment and admissions practices, mode and flexibility of delivery, and student retention. In particular, some programs may encounter pressure to introduce part-time or distance learning options into…
Descriptors: School Psychology, Counselor Training, Blended Learning, Outcomes of Education
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Gischlar, Karen L. – Contemporary School Psychology, 2022
As the field of school psychology has expanded, the workforce has not, resulting in critical shortages at both the trainer and practitioner levels. Additionally, practitioners who are racially, ethnically, and linguistically diverse are underrepresented in the field, despite the growing diversity of our nation's schools. The purpose of this paper…
Descriptors: School Psychology, Undergraduate Students, Student Surveys, Preferences
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Sklad, Marcin; Park, Eri; van Venrooij, Iris; Pickard, Abigail; Wignand, Jantine – Contemporary School Psychology, 2022
This study evaluates the effects and reception of the Universal Curriculum Against Radicalization in Europe: an intervention aimed at preventing radicalization trough fostering social and civic competences and disrupting mechanisms involved in radicalization. A total of 191 Dutch secondary school students received the curriculum. The effects were…
Descriptors: Secondary School Students, Intervention, Comparative Analysis, Prevention
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Radley, Keith C.; Dart, Evan H.; Lewis, Heather L. J.; Peterson, Kara D. – Contemporary School Psychology, 2022
School personnel regularly conduct systematic direct observation (SDO) as part of educational evaluation and intervention progress monitoring. Despite the regularity with which SDO is utilized, little research has been devoted to the identification of efficient and effective training procedures. Thirty-two undergraduate students in education…
Descriptors: Program Evaluation, Feedback (Response), Training, Observation
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