MASP Town Hall Meeting Survey
The magnitude of the changes impacting our identities and roles in the practice of school psychology, and the demands being placed on us, are profound. COVID-19 is forcing us to dramatically accelerate our reconceptualization of how we practice. Your MASP Executive Board is working to develop guidance that will help us to have a unified approach to respond to the demands for our services and pivoting how to function going forward.
The Board represents all of you statewide, and we need your input! What ethical and practice challenges are you being faced with? What guidance will help you to feel equipped for the pressures and challenges that will undoubtedly come your way in just a month from now and throughout the next school year?
Topics include but are not limited to the following:
Behavioral observations and rapport with children
Instruction and intervention
Overall mental health
Social justice and racial considerations
School personnel self-care
School Psychology (overall role and function)