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SPP 123: SEL and Justice with Dr. Byron McClure
SPP 123: SEL and Justice with Dr. Byron McClure #psychedpodcast is so excited to be speaking with Dr. McClure about Social Emotional Learning! Dr. McClure’s Website6 Minute SELDr. McClure’s Linktree with variety of linksDr. McClure’s YouTube ChannelNational Geographic Article NASP Exposure Project Black Lives Matter at School School Psych SistahsSchool Psychologists for Social JusticeAfrican American… Continue reading SPP 123: SEL and Justice with Dr. Byron McClure
SPP 120: Resilience with Dr. Suniya S. Luthar
SPP 120: Resilience with Dr. Suniya S. Luthar #psychedpodcast is excited for this conversation on resilience! Authentic Connections http://www.suniyaluthar.org/#about https://view.publitas.com/national-association-of-independent-schools/fall-2020/page/64-65 Suniya Luthar is Co-Founder & Chief Research Officer at Authentic Connections and Professor Emerita at Columbia University’s Teachers College. After receiving her Ph.D. from Yale University in 1990, she served on the faculty of the… Continue reading SPP 120: Resilience with Dr. Suniya S. Luthar
SPP 119: Trauma Informed Care in the Schools
SPP 119: Trauma Informed Care in the Schools Please join us for this conversation with Dr. Julie! https://drjulieslittlethings.com/
SPP 118: Private Practice With Dr. Jeremy Sharp
SPP 118: Private Practice With Dr. Jeremy Sharp Have thoughts of practicing outside of the schools but don’t know where to start? Join #psychedpodcast as we speak with Dr. Jeremy Sharp about what it takes to jump into private practice. Dr. Sharp provides resources and advice to private practice psychs via his podcast, The Testing… Continue reading SPP 118: Private Practice With Dr. Jeremy Sharp
SPP 117: A Close Look at SOR: Where Research Agrees and Where Questions are Unanswered
SPP 117: A Close Look at SOR: Where Research Agrees and Where Questions are Unanswered Have you heard of the Science of Reading (SOR) movement? We’ve spoken some about the science behind reading instruction and the process of learning to read in prior episodes. Join #psychedpodcast to hear from Dr. Burns as we distinguish between… Continue reading SPP 117: A Close Look at SOR: Where Research Agrees and Where Questions are Unanswered
SPP 116: Manifestations of Trauma in the Schools with Karen Gross
SPP 116: Manifestations of Trauma in the Schools with Karen Gross Please join #psychedpodcast for a conversation with Karen Gross, author of Trauma Doesn’t Stop at the School Door: Strategies and Solutions for Educators, Pre-K through College. Trauma Doesn’t Stop at the School Door
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I cannot thank you all enough for providing this invaluable resource to school psychologists nationwide! I’m in CA and I have learned SO much from your podcast and guests and reference it constantly in my work:)
Great content, horrible sound quality
The content of this podcast is great! However, the quality of the audio is so distracting that it is hard to listen to. It would be much better if not recorded on YouTube or edited more. I find myself very interested in what is being talked about, but only able to catch every other word that is being said at times. Please look into other forms of recording so that the audio is more consistent.
Thanks for putting this together, fellow psychs. I find it to be a great way to get more insights into our profession by hearing it straight from leaders in our field.
My wish list for speakers:
* I would love to hear some real researchers speak more in depth about ADHD like Russell Barkley and George Dupaul;
* for evaluations Dean Delis!
* Ross Greene is a must and needed badly!
* For learning disabilities: Virginia Berninger, Joe Torgesen; Richard Wagner would be wonderful!