Standard 13: Collaboration and Coordination of Pupil Support Systems

The program provides candidates with opportunities and experiences to
collaborate effectively with  community-based organizations, agencies, and other professionals. Candidates demonstrate knowledge of programs and services within a comprehensive model of support at the school  site level designed to promote high expectations and increase pupil  learning and achievement.

1. Collaboration with Community-Based Organizations and Others

Candidates demonstrate knowledge of and skills in collaborating with public and private Community-based organizations, agencies, and others that contribute to improve learning outcomes for pupils through coursework in the Counseling Department and though the following coursework:

*Psychology 277 - Role and Function of the School Psychologist
  o Roles: Consultation - Session 15
  o Roles: Prevention - Session 17
Psychology 287 - Practicum in School Psychology
  o Diversity: Services at your site for culturally and linguistically diverse students
Case Presentations - Session 12 1st Year/Fall Semester
  o ABA conference, Report Feedback - Session 12 2nd Year/Fall Semester
  o Facilitating meetings with families: Read Best Practices V - Chapter 59 - Session 15 - 2nd Year Fall Semester
Psychology 267 - Internship in School Psychology
  o Goal 7, 11, 13 - Fall Semester
  o Field trip (CVRC) - Session 8
  o Goal 7, 11, 13 - Spring Semester
  o Community Mental Health Resources. Guest: Bill Stout, FCOE/Tielman - Session 29

2. Access and Utilize Resources

Candidates can effectively access and utilize resources within the community based on coursework in:

Psychology 287 - Practicum in School Psychology
  o Outcomes and Goals 1-7 1st Year/Fall Semester
  o Outcomes and Goals 1-10 1st Year/Spring
  o Outcomes and Goals 1-8 2nd Year/Fall Semester
  o Outcomes and Goals 1-10 2nd Year/Spring Semester
Psychology 267 - Internship  in School Psychology
  o Goal 7, 11, 13 - Fall Semester
  o Field trip (CVRC) - Session 8
  o Goal 7, 11, 13 - Spring Semester
  o Community Mental Health Resources.  Guest: Bill Stout, FCOE/Tielman- Session 29
*Counseling 240 - Seminar in Counseling Exceptional Children and Their Parents
  o Outcomes - 1
  o Family Support Services in Schools - Session 3
  o Supports for siblings - Session 4
  o Collaboration and Partnership (School support services) - Session 8
  o Fostering Effective Parent & Family Educational Advocacy - Session 9

3. Models of School-Based or School - Linked Services

Candidates demonstrate knowledge of school-based or school-linked  services that promote pupil learning and success through coursework in:

Psychology 277 - Role and Function  of the School Psychologist
  o Home-School Collaboration- Session 25
*Psychology 287 - Practicum in School Psychology
  o Outcomes and Goals 1-7 1st Year/Fall Semester
  o Outcomes and Goals- 1-10 1st Year/Spring Semester
  o Planning assessment-reevaluations - Session 4 - 2nd Year/Fall Semester
  o IEP Meetings - Session 11 - 2nd Year Fall Semester
  o Facilitating meetings with families: Read Best Practices V - Chapter 59 - Session 15 - 2nd Year Fall Semester
  o IEP practice: Providing information on parent rights and explaining  results with a normal curve - Session 3 - 2nd Year/Spring Semester
  o Manifestation determination; Group intervention discussion - Session  12- 2nd Year/Spring Semester
  o RTI in real life - Session 13 - 2nd Year Spring Semester
Psychology 267 - Internship in School Psychology
  o Goals 5,6,7,9,10,11,12,14- Fall, Spring Semester
  o Field trip (CVRC) - Session 8
  o Legal and Ethical Issues on Professional Relationships - Session 6
  o Community Mental Health Resources. Guest: Bill Stout, FCOE/Tielman - Session 29 - Spring Semester
  o Topic: Crisis Intervention - Session 30 - Spring Semester

4. Systems of Care and Support

Candidates understand community-based and school-based systems of care and support through coursework in:

Psychology 267 - Internship in School Psychology
  o Goals 5,6,7,9,10,11,12,14- Fall, Spring Semester
  o Field trip (CVRC) - Session 8
  o Legal and Ethical Issues on Professional Relationships - Session 6
  o Community Mental Health Resources. Guest: Bill Stout, FCOE/Tielman - Session 29 - Spring Semester
  o Topic:Crisis Intervention - Session 30 - Spring Semester
Psychology 287 - Practicum in School Psychology
  o Outcomes and Goals 1-7- 1st Year/Fall Semester
  o Social Skills training: curriculum - Session 3
  o Social Skills training: working with groups - session 4
  o Diversity: Services at your site for culturally and linguistically diverse students - Session - 12
  o Outcomes and Goals - 1-10 - 1st Year/Spring Semester
  o Site Discussion - Session 13
  o IEP Meetings - Session 11 - 2nd Year/Fall Semester
Facilitating meetings with families: Read Best Practices V - Chapter 59 - Session 15
  o RTI in real life - Session 13 - 2nd Year Spring Semester
Manifestation determination; Group intervention discussion - Session 12
RTI in real life - Session 13
Psychology 277 - Role and Function of the School Psychologist
  o Home-School Collaboration - Session 25
*Counseling 240 - Seminar in Counseling Exceptional Children and Their Parents
  o Outcomes - 2
  o Family Support Services in Schools - Session 3
  o Relationship-Focused Intervention; Attachment Issues - Session 5
  o Collaboration  and Partnership (School support services) - Session 8
  o Fostering Effective Parent & Family Educational Advocacy - Session 9
  o Academic Intervention Programs/Psychosocial Aspects of Dev. Support Services to Assist Parents & Families transition Planning & Programming - Session 12

5. Teaming

Candidates demonstrate knowledge of multi-disciplinary teams, teamwork, team building and skill in functioning as a team member within schools and with community-based organizations through coursework in:

*Psychology 277 - Role and Function  of the School Psychologist
  o Roles: Intervention - Session 16
  o Roles: Prevention - Session 17
  o Home-School Collaboration - Session 25
Psychology 287 - Practicum in School Psychology
  o Outcomes and Goals 1-7 1st Year/Fall Semester
  o Outcomes and Goals 1-10 1st Year/Spring Semester 
  o IEP Meetings - Session 11 - 2nd Year/Fall Semester
  o Facilitating meetings with families: Read Best Practices V - Chapter 59 - Session 15
  o IEP practice: Providing information on parent rights and explaining results with a normal curve - Session 3 -  2nd Year/Spring Semester
  o Discussion of observation; SST Team experience discussion -
Session 8
Psychology 267 - Internship in School Psychology
  o Goals 2,7,11 - Fall Semester
  o Williams, Armistead, & Jacob (2008). Professional Relationships (pp.27-54) - Session 4
  o Goals- 2,7,11,13 -  Spring Semester
Counseling 240 - Seminar  in Counseling Exceptional Children  and Their Parents
  o Outcomes - 1,5
  o Family Support Services in Schools - Session 3
  o Collaboration and Partnership (School support services) - Session 8
  o Fostering Effective Parent & Family Educational Advocacy - Session 9

6. Organizing and Managing  Services

Candidates demonstrate knowledge of organizing and managing services of community - based organizations  and agencies on a school site through coursework in:

Psychology 277 - Role and Function of the School Psychologist
o Roles: Intervention - Session 16
o Home-School Collaboration - Session 2
*Psychology 267 - Internship in School Psychology
o Goal 7, 11, 13 - Fall Semester
o Field trip (CVRC) - Session 8
o Goal 7, 11, 13 - Spring Semester
Community Mental Health Resources. Guest: Bill Stout, FCOE/Tielman - Session 29

7. Implementation of Assessment and Data Gathering  Procedures

Candidates demonstrate the ability to implement assessment and data gathering procedures to document the nature and scope of the need for pupil support services through coursework in:

Psychology 282 - Cognitive and Behavior Therapy
  o Learning Objective - 3
  o Historical Context of Child Therapy - Session 2
  o Behavior Assessment System for Children - Session 3
Psychology 286 - Instructional Consultation and Intervention
  o Instructional Environment – Session 3
Psychology 284 - Assessment of Intellectual Abilities
  o Learning Objective-9
  o Report Writing - Session 9
  o Reports - Pg, 5
Psychology 285 - Assessment of earning and Developmental Problems
  o Learning Objectives - 2,3,4,5
  o Diagnostic Reading Assessment - Curriculum based evaluations - Session 8
*Psychology 288 - Applied Behavior Analysis
  o Learning Objectives - 2,3,4
  o Observing and Measuring Behavior - Session 5,6
  o Observing and Measuring Behavior - Session 7
  o Functional Assessment - Session 11
  o Reading List Observing and Measuring Behavior  # 5,6- Pg, 6
  o Reading List Analyzing Behavior Change # 8,9- Pg, 6
  o Reading List Conducting Functional Behavior Assessments # 15. Pg, 6

8. Organization and Dissemination of Information

Candidates are knowledgeable about the organization and dissemination  of information about a school or district‘s comprehensive pupil support services plan through coursework in:

Psychology 287 - Practicum in School Psychology
  o Outcomes and Goals 1-7 1st Year/Fall Semester
  o Outcomes and Goals 1-10 1st Year/Spring Semester
  o IEP Meetings - Session 11 - 2nd Year/Fall Semester
  o IEP practice: Providing information on parent rights and explaining  results with a normal curve - Session 3 - 2nd Year/Spring Semester
  o Discussion of observation; SST Team experience discussion -
Session 8
*Psychology 267 - Internship in School Psychology
  o Goals 7, 11, 13 - Fall, Spring Semester
Psychology 277 - Role and Function of the School Psychologist
  o Roles: Intervention - Session 16

9. Memoranda of Understanding

Candidates are knowledgeable  about creating formal memoranda of understanding with public and private child serving agencies to clarify roles and services as a part of a broader pupil services plan through coursework in:

Psychology 277 - Role and Function of the School Psychologist
  o Roles: Academic Assessment- Session 12
  o Roles: Intervention - Session 16
Psychology 287 - Practicum in School Psychology
  o Outcomes and Goals - 1-10 - 1st Year/Spring Semester
  o Case Presentations - Session 11- 1st Year/Fall Semester
  o Assignments: Portfolio, Practicum checklist, field supervisor evaluations - Session 15
  o IEP practice: Providing information on parent rights and explaining  results with a normal curve - Session 3 - 2nd Year/Spring Semester
Psychology 267 - Internship in School Psychology
  o Goals - 7,11, 13 - Fall, Spring Semesters
  o Field Trip (CVRC) - Session 8 - Fall Semester
Community Mental Health Resources. Guest: Bill Stout, FCOE/Tielman- Session 29
*Counseling 240 - Seminar in Counseling Exceptional Children and Their Parents
  o Outcomes - 1
  o Collaboration and Partnership (School support services) - Session 8
  o Academic Intervention Programs/Psychosocial Aspects of Development; Support Service to Assist Parents & Families transition Planning & Programming -  Session 12

10. Leadership

Candidates provide leadership in the development  and maintenance  of viable school - community partnerships through coursework in:

Psychology 277 - Role and Function  of the School Psychologist
  o Roles: Prevention - Session 17
Psychology 287 - Practicum in School Psychology
  o IEP Meetings - Session 11 2nd Year/Fall Semester
  o Facilitating meetings with families: Read Best Practices V - Chapter 59 - Session 15
  o IEP practice: Providing information on parent rights and explaining results with a normal curve - Session 3 -  2nd Year/Spring Semester
  o RTI in real life - Session 13 - 2nd Year/Spring Semester
Psychology 267 - Internship in School Psychology
  o Goal 7, 11, 13 - Fall Semester
  o Field trip (CVRC) - Session 8
  o Goal 7, 11, 13 - Spring Semester
  o Community Mental Health Resources. Guest: Bill Stout, FCOE/Tielman - Session 29
*Counseling 240 - Seminar  in Counseling Exceptional Children and Their Parents
  o Outcomes - 1
  o Family Support Services in Schools - Session 3
  o Collaboration and Partnership (School support services) - Session 8
  o Fostering Effective Parent & Family Educational Advocacy - Session 9
  o Academic Intervention Programs/Psychosocial Aspects of Development; Support Service to Assist Parents & Families transition Planning & Programming - Session 12

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