Supervisors and Trainees Embedding Antiracism Work in Applied Training Experiences (PC066)

Thursday, February 25, 2021
6:00 PM–7:00 PM

  • PMD: 8
  • Skill Level: Introduction

Learner Objectives

This session will help participants…

  1. explicitly define "antiracism."
  2. facilitate an open, collaborative, and respectful conversation focused on ideas for integrating antiracism into supervision and applied training, and barriers and challenges to this work.
  3. facilitate the sharing of resources and suggestions for improving antiracism in applied school psychology training settings.

Description

The National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) is committed to advancing antiracism in graduating training programs. However, there is limited guidance on how school psychology supervisors can implement antiracist practices in schools while supporting practicum students and interns. This discussion is the beginning of an important conversation regarding how school psychology supervisors and trainees can collaborate to promote antiracism within applied training experiences like practicum and internship.

_____________________________

Presenter(s)

Sharnequa N. Hunter, Loyola University Chicagp
Ashley M. Mayworm, Loyola University Chicago

Contributor(s)

Ryan R. Evans, Alma R. Rosario

Letter to Supervisor

Looking for a concise way to pitch the convention to your employer? This letter and the corresponding talking points are here to help!

Preliminary Brochure

Share our NASP 2021 preliminary brochure with your supervisor along with the above letter.