Systems Level Consultation Practitioner Survey


The Systems Level Consultation Practitioner Survey is intended to collect information about school psychologists’ engagement in systems-level consultation at the school building or district level and the various factors that may impact engagement including training/preparation, opportunities to participate, case load, and desire. Responses will also provide information about the competencies and skills that school psychologists think are necessary to provide systems-level consultation. This survey research will advance the profession’s understanding of the competencies, graduate preparation, and ongoing professional learning needed for involvement in systems-level service delivery.

The study will be conducted from May 1, 2022 until July 31, 2022, or until a random normative sample has been achieved from respondents. A summary of all results is projected to be published no later than December 31, 2022.

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An Investigation Into the Systemic Pressures That Influence the Assessment Practices of Credentialed California School Psychologists


You are being asked to participate in a study, which has been designed to investigate and analyze the factors that influence the assessment practices of credentialed California School Psychologists. The study is unique in that it will seek to understand those factors related to both the school and district level, while analyzing the impact of such factors upon the application of ‘best scientific practices’ for accurate assessment. A compendium of best scientific practices – as noted by federal and state laws – will provide the context for validity, reliability, and legality of all actions when utilized to identify students for special education services in the K-12 academic environment.

The study will be conducted from May 1, 2022 until July 31, 2022, or until a random normative sample has been achieved from respondents. A summary of all results is projected to be published no later than December 31, 2022.

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Examining the Impact of Training on Direct Behavior Rating-Classroom Management (DBR-CM) Ratings


The purpose of this study is continue the accumulation of validity evidence to support use of the Direct Behavior Rating-Classroom Management (DBR-CM), a usable, flexible, and defensible assessment of educator management practices. Participants will be asked to provide some general information about themselves, to view a DBR-CM training video, to use the DBR-CM to evaluate the classroom management behavior of teachers during video recorded instructional activities, and to provide information about your experiences during the study. All study activities, including trainings, video viewings, and DBR-CM ratings will occur virtually via a Qualtrics survey. As compensation for time completing study activities, participants will receive a $25 Amazon gift card.

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Indexing Referral and Assessment Procedures to GATE in California


The purpose of this study is to create an index of referral and assessment procedures for gifted and talented education (GATE) programs across the state of California.

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