Resources for Administrators
The Role of the School Psychologist
- Research and Planning
- Mental Health & General Health
The Role of a Licensed Educational Psychologist (LEP)
- Diagnosing learning disabilities
- Designing and managing a student’s individualized education plan (IEP)
- Providing insights to parents and educators on how to implement effective education methods via applied psychology
- Preparing Independent Education Evaluations (IEE)
Guidelines for Evaluating School Psychologists
The job of a school psychologist is not like that of a teacher, school counselor or administrator. However, they are often evaluated during performance reviews as if they are. This publication was developed to give administrators guidelines on how best to evaluate the job performance of your school psychologists.
- CASP Guide for Evaluation of School Psychologists
- Pages 4-6: School Psychologist Job Performance Evaluation
- Page 16: School Psychologist Goal Setting Template
Save these downloadable documents to your computer and use them (or change them) for evaluating the job performance and self-evaluation of school psychologists. The page numbers correspond with the pages in the .pdf document above.
Resources by Topic
Wondering if CASP supports that practice? Visit the position paper library for information on policies and practices CASP supports, complete with evidence-based rationales.
School psychology resource papers take a deep dive into the topic, to give you all the tips, tricks, and tools you need for success.