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NASP Practice Model

The National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) has set standards for the provision of school psychological services for over 30 years. Despite this long-standing guidance to states and local school districts, school psychologists' roles and practice vary significantly across the country. In March 2010, NASP approved a formal model of practice designed to improve the consistent implementation of school psychological services to help ensure their maximum effectiveness, efficiency, and quality in schools nationwide.

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These resources can help you promote the NASP Practice model and your role in providing comprehensive school psychological services to key stakeholders and decision makers in the school community.

NASP Practice Model Overview Brochure
This brochure provides an overview of the NASP Practice Model, highlighting critical information.

Assistance to States: Resources to Support Implementation of the NASP Practice Model
This webinar gives an overview of resources to help states implement the NASP Practice model, including an examination of the NASP Practice Model Implementation Guide.

NASP Practice Model Overview Presentation
This PowerPoint presentation provides an overview of the NASP practice Model and its importance to the profession of school psychology.

Integrating the NASP Practice Model Into Presentations: Resource Slides
Referencing the NASP Practice Model in professional development presentations helps decision makers see how the model supports district/school priorities, services and outcomes.

Self-Assessment Survey
Take the Self-Assessment on where your practice aligns with the model and recieve a personalized print-out of professional development needs

NASP Advocacy Roadmap: NASP Practice Model
This Advocacy Roadmap will provide individuals and state associations with some key materials and resources to plan an advocacy response within the context of the NASP Practice Model.

A Framework for the Personnel Evaluation of School Psychologists Utilizing the NASP Practice Model
This handout provides a sample framework around which schools and districts can work to embed the principles of the NASP practice model in the evaluation of school psychological services.

NASP Core Messages
This handout contains key messages about the value of school psychologists and the services they provide.

The NASP Practice Model: A Framework for Promoting (and Implementing) A Comprehensive Role
This article from Communiqué handout contains key messages about the value of school psychologists and the services they provide.

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