A Multi-State Comparison of NASP Domains of Practice and School Psychologist Evaluation Rubrics
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Child, Family and School Psychology
Devadrita Talapatra, Ph.D.
Evaluation, Evaluation rubric, NASP, NASP domains of practice, School psychology, National Association of School Psychologists
This research study compares rubrics used to evaluate school psychologists to the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) 10 Domains of Practice. Using a content analysis of state evaluation rubrics, the researcher determined the extent to which various state evaluation rubrics align with the NASP domains and selected terminology from the NASP domains. Results indicate a need for a comprehensive and NASP-endorsed rubric, to be used by certified and experienced school psychologists for evaluation purposes. This research study will inform efforts at school psychology training programs, local and state education agencies, the United States Department of Education, and the NASP.
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Hutchinson, Courtney E., "A Multi-State Comparison of NASP Domains of Practice and School Psychologist Evaluation Rubrics" (2018). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 1430.
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Courtney E. Hutchinson