Magazine article National Association of School Psychologists. Communique

Interact with Peers in NASP Communities

Magazine article National Association of School Psychologists. Communique

Interact with Peers in NASP Communities

Article excerpt

Have you visited the NASP Communities yet? If not, you're missing out on the opportunity to:

* Access peer input without your workday being interrupted by e-mail messages. You determine when you want to visit the Communities.

* Find messages organized by thread: it's easy and fast to find discussions on the topics that interest you.

* Upload documents to share with Community participants.

* Participate in Online Learning Events with noted experts on a range of topics.

Currently available communities include:

* African-American School Psychologists

* Autism & Pervasive Developmental Disorders

* Behavioral School Psychology

* Bilingual School Psychology

* Character Education & Social-Emotional Learning

* Computer & Technical Applications in School Psychology

* Consultee-Centered Consultation

* Crisis Management in the Schools

* Early Childhood Education

* Military Families

* Multicultural

* Neuropsychology in the Schools

* Positive School Psychology

* Prevention

* Reading

* Retirement

* RTI

* Rural School Psychology

* School Psychologists Working With Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

* Social Justice

* Supervision

* Urban School Psychology

Using the Communities is easy; simply go to the NASP website, log in, and click on the Communities button in the left-hand menu. Once there, select a community of interest to you and start posting. …

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