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NASP Delegate

National Associaiton of School Psychologists

The NASP Delegate is nominated from the NASP membership in Florida and is elected by NASP members from Florida.

Angela Mann, Ph.D. BCBA, NCSP, NASP Delegate (904.620.1633)

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http://www.nasponline.org/standards/practice-model/

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FASP 3-Year Plan for NASP Practice Model Implementation
Adopted by the FASP Executive Board on 10/31/11

Year 1 - 2010-11
President: Monica Oganes Murray

  • 2010 FASP Conference presentation by NASP Leaders
  • Included relevant info in the FASP newsletter
  • Sent electronic information to the membership via FASP Flash
  • Presented the model to board members at a FASP board meeting
  • Completed related NASP online activities/surveys
  • Presented the Practice Model at meetings in individual districts
  • Referenced it when updating/creating FASP documents
  • Shared Practice Model during DOE and legislative visits

Year 2 - 2011-12
President: Joe Jackson

  • NASP Practice Model considered in conference planning
  • 2011 FASP conference keynote overview
  • Conduct NASP Practice Model Needs Assessment
  • Develop multi-year action plan for needed infrastructure/implementation of the NASP Practice Model
  • Collaborate with supervisors to monitor fidelity of practice consistent with the NASP Practice Model
  • Include relevant information in the FASP newsletter
  • Send electronic information to the membership via FASP Flash
  • Continue discussion with board members at FASP board meetings
  • Consider Practice Model in FASP work group activities/goals
  • Include discussion of the Practice Model at meetings in districts
  • Reference Practice Model when updating/creating FASP documents
  • Share Practice Model during DOE and legislative visits

  • Year 3 - 2012-13
    President: Dr. Rance Harbor

  • NASP Practice Model considered in conference planning
  • 2012 FASP Conference presentation - NASP Leaders Include relevant information in the FASP newsletter
  • Send electronic information to the membership via FASP Flash
  • Continue discussion with board members at FASP board meetings
  • Carry out multi-year action plan toward full implementation of the NASP Practice Model
  • Collaborate with supervisors to monitor fidelity of practice consistent with the NASP Practice Model
  • Consider Practice Model in FASP work group activities/goals
  • Include discussion of the Practice Model at meetings in districts
  • Reference Practice Model when updating/creating FASP documents
  • Share Practice Model during DOE and legislative visits


  • NASP in Brief

    Bringing you the latest news and resources from the National Association of School Psychologists.

    MEMBER MATTERS

    NASP 2015 Election Results
    Your votes in the NASP 2015 election are in, and congratulations go to Melissa Reeves, who has been elected President-Elect 2015–2016 and President 2016–2017. Eighteen state delegates were also elected, whose terms will begin in July. Congratulations to all of our 2015–2018 delegates! Special congratulations to our new Florida Delegate-elect Dr. Angela Mann from the University of North Florida whose term begins July 1, 2015!

    Homework & Social–Emotional Health
    The social–emotional health of students is moving to the forefront of attention at a time when there are also intense demands on youth in their academics, including an increased focus on grades, standardized test scores, and larger amounts of assigned homework. This viewpoint article examines how to remedy the academic stress and anxiety that accompanies current homework practices.

    IDEA & Manifestation Determinations
    With special skills and pivotal position, school psychologists can help the manifestation determination team differentiate the minimum requirements of law and formulate an appropriate program and placement for students with disabilities. Learn about the applicable legal standards and latest case law in this article.

    CONVENTION NEWS

    The Best of the Convention at Your Desk
    Even if you missed the 2015 convention, you can still watch workshops and documented sessions through the Online Learning Center and receive documented, NASP- and APA- approved CPD. Preorder Session Recording Packages on assessment, behavioral and mental health, and innovative practices.

    NASP FEATURES

    School Violence Prevention
    NASP has updated our position statement on school violence prevention to reflect the association's support for common sense, evidence-based gun safety policies relevant to the well-being of children and youth. NASP supports efforts to reduce violence in schools and communities at large that include strategies for eliminating inappropriate youth access to firearms, strategies to keep guns out of the hands of those who would harm students, and school policies which ensure that the only armed persons at schools are highly trained professionals (e.g., school resource officers).

    RESOURCE BANK

    NEWS & NOTABLES
    • Grant to Improve Student Behavior - School psychologist Jennifer Nelson will be administering a $442,000 grant from the DoE to address problem behavior.
    • ECE & Special Ed. Placement - NC's early childhood education (ECE) program significantly reduced the likelihood of placement in special education by grade 3.
    • Mental Health for All Students - Effective school-wide mental health programs involve all students and staff, and include community input and support.
    • Efforts to Prevent School Violence - NASP crisis expert Christina Conolly is featured in this article examining efforts to keep schools safe and welcoming.
    • Live Webinar on Discipline - On March 4 at 3 p.m. ET, this webinar will explore resources available to implement supportive school discipline strategies.
    • Simulating Mass Shootings - This article, featuring NASP crisis expert Melissa Reeves, examines the effects of active shooter drills on students.

    NASP CAREER CENTER

    Only NASP members can view and apply for jobs for the first 7 days after they have been posted.

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