College of Education and Human Services

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  1. Candidates in the MA/EdS in School Psychology are working to become competent, socially conscious, and reflective professionals who are able to meet the needs of diverse learners. Candidates will learn to address the psycho-educational and socio-emotional needs of school age children and adolescents.
  2. Candidates know and can apply the theories associated with his or her content or professional area.
  3. Candidates know and can demonstrate the skills associated with organization and management.
  4. Candidates can translate theory into practice.
  5. Candidates demonstrate approaches to effective collaboration with a wide range of professionals and paraprofessionals, and other staff.
  6. Candidates know and use communication and interpersonal skills in a range of settings.
  7. Candidates build working connections with clients/students, other people within the organization, and the community.
  8. Candidates collect, analyze, interpret data and apply results.
  9. Candidates know and apply their professional, legal, and ethical standards.

Social Consciousness
  1. Candidates are committed to social conscious in all aspects of their work.
  2. Candidates are knowledgeable about diversity and demonstrate respect and valuing of differences.
  3. Candidates understand that a range of approaches are required to effectively serve diverse populations.

  1. Candidates know and use introspection, self-awareness and a willingness to consider other perspectives in assessing their own continued growth and development relative to their professional performance.

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