School Psychology Corner: 3 Spring Time Activities to Engage In
[Source: The Evolving School Psychologist]
You know it’s spring for a school psychologist when the following happens: (see image above!)
1. You’re evaluation caseload appears to have exploded and you’re testing more than you’re thinking.
2. You can’t seem to keep up with your report writing. Not that you’ve ever been able to, but suddenly the backlog appears more ominous and is casting a menacing shadow on you.
3. Your lunch bunch groups are a little more reluctant to meet with you because the weather is more appealing.
4. You are rethinking your reasons for being a school psychologist.
If one or more of the listed items sounds incredibly familiar to you, then guess what… it’s spring and there’s definitely somethings you need to do.
Here’s the good news – It’s spring! (I’ve said this three times now, I’m driving to drive the point home). You’re way more than half-way done with your school year and it’s going to
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