California Association of School Psychologists



 

The following surveys have been submitted to CASP:

Exploring Multi-level System Factors Facilitating Educator Training and Implementation of Evidence-Based Practices (EBP)


We are conducting a survey to better understand how to support your efforts to provide quality educational services for students with Autism in California, specifically looking at factors that influence the use of evidence based practices (EBPs). The survey is focused on Autism, however the results will also help to inform the use and scale up of EBPs in education more broadly. Participation consists of completing the online survey AND sharing the survey with other California educators you know who are also involved in educating students with Autism (e.g., teachers, paraprofessionals, principals). There will be regular drawings where 1 in 20 respondents will win a $50 gift card; if you do not want to participate in the survey and want to be included in the drawing or have any other questions, please email: HS-CAPTAIN@UCDAVIS.edu.

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Specific Learning Disabilities Identification Using Pattern of Strengths and Weaknesses


The purpose of this study is to examine school psychologists’ identification of Specific Learning Disabilities (SLD). Historically, there has been considerable variability in practices surrounding school psychologists’ SLD identification decisions. Thus, the present study aims to better understand how such identification decisions are made.

Inclusion/Exclusion Criteria
To be eligible to participate in this study, you must: (1) be a licensed or certified school psychologist practicing in kindergarten through 12th grade schools in the United States, (2) be a member of your state school psychology association, (3) make special education eligibility decisions, and (4) be at least 24 years old.

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