Ed Specialist in School Psychology Student Learning Outcomes

School Psychology Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Enhance the school and community through service learning, practical experiences, and volunteerism, which is validated through supervisor ratings, reflections, and quantitative/qualitative methodology.
  2. Promote life-long learning through attendance at local, state, regional, and national conferences.
  3. Integrate psychological practices to improve social, emotional, academic, and behavior outcomes for students through indirect and direct service delivery models (e.g., individual and group counseling, consultation and collaboration, psychoeducational assessments).
  4. Advocate for the rights of others through increasing social awareness and policy engagement/reform.
  5. Strengthen the awareness and adherence to the Code of Professional Conduct as outlined in Chapter 181-87 of the Washington Administrative Code (WAC) and the NASP and the American Psychological Association (APA) ethical, legal and professional practices.
  6. Understand the variation of differences between disadvantage and disabilities as it applies to student development and learning.