Masters Thesis

Using collaboration and data based decision making to address students’ academic and social-emotional needs within a multi-tiered framework

The collection of work products demonstrates my skills acquired through formal training and professional experience over the course of my school psychology internship across the 10 domains of school psychology practice put forth by the National Association of School Psychologists. This portfolio documents my comprehensive service delivery to students with ranging needs and disabilities who are predominately from economically disadvantaged households within a public school district in the state of Oregon. This body of work illustrates my efforts in collaborating with school staff and parents to meet students’ academic, behavioral, and social-emotional needs within a multitiered systems framework. Applied practices explored include a Functional Behavior Assessment and Behavior Support Plan, a Functional Behavior Assessment and Psychoeducational Evaluation for an Emotional Disability, a Multidisciplinary Psychoeducational Report, and a Social Skills Intervention Report. Although these products document competency across all 10 domains of school psychology practice, themes of collaboration and data based decision making are presented as the foundation for all applied practices as a competent school psychologist.

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