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  • Educating Young Children With Autism

    Every 20 minutes, another child is diagnosed with autism. Are you ready to meet this growing educational challenge? Make it happen with Educating Young Children With Autism! Turn to this book for practical strategies to: Improve communication, generalization, self-management, and social skills Desi ...

  • Best Practices: Data-Based and Collaborative Decision Making

    First in the new Best Practices series, this book is the basis for understanding methods that permeate all aspects of service delivery by school psychologists. Uncover the framework of school psychological services; analyze problems and data sets; assess and intervene against a number of common issu ...

  • Communiqué Volume 48, Number 8 (June 2020)

    Download Print Edition 2020 NASP Practice Standards and the ESPS Recognition Program By Eric Rossen & Katherine C. Cowan The NASP Practice Model represents NASP's official policy (our practice standards) regarding the delivery of school psychological services. Recently, NASP leadership approved ...

  • Communiqué Volume 48, Number 7 (May 2020)

    Download Print Edition The Use of Time-Out and Seclusion for Students With Disabilities: The Latest Case Law Update By Perry A. Zirkel Seclusion, including time-out and other aversives, such as restraint, continue to be an active area of legal activity, particularly for students with disabilities. T ...

  • 13 Reasons Why Netflix Series

    Schools have an important role in preventing youth suicide, and being aware of potential risk factors in students’ lives is vital to this responsibility. The trending Netflix series 13 Reasons Why, based on a young adult novel of the same name, is raising such concerns. ...

  • Anniversaries of Traumatic Events: Guidance for Educators

    The “anniversary effect” can trigger intense feelings and reactions in children and adults who have been affected by this or similar tragedies. ...

  • Talking to Children About Violence: Tips for Parents and Teachers

    High profile acts of violence, particularly in schools, can confuse and frighten children who may feel in danger or worry that their friends or loved-ones are at risk. They will look to adults for information and guidance on how to react. Parents and school personnel can help children feel safe by e ...

  • Responding to Tragedy Through Stakeholder Communication Networks

    Volume 46 Issue 7

    Volume 46 Issue 7

    As the morning of October 2, 2017 dawned, school psychologists across Nevada awoke to the news of the mass shooting at Mandalay Bay. Many of us had not gone to sleep, having heard the news the previous night. As a school psychologist, I felt a heightened sense of alertness, and several questions ran ...

  • Lessons Learned From Recent Natural Disasters

    Volume 46 Issue 8

    Volume 46 Issue 8

    In the past year, we have seen a number of natural disasters affecting many regions around the country and its territories. We will share lessons learned from state organizations that were integral in coordinating crisis response efforts in their areas as a result of the severe flooding of 2016 in L ...

  • State Association Crisis Response and Communications Reminders

    Volume 46 Issue 7

    Volume 46 Issue 7

    The role of state associations in response to mass crises cannot be overstated. Association leaders will be on the front lines of response related to communicating with and supporting members and other stakeholders in the state. This can be true even when state association leaders are personally imp ...

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