UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls

School Psychology Student Assessment

CANDIDATE ASSESSMENT SYSTEM

The UWRF School Psychology Program is committed to maintaining a curriculum grounded in national and state graduate education domains (NASPdocumentlink training standards and Wisconsin DPIlink pupil services standards). In order to measure student knowledge and competency development accurately in those domains, data are collected through multiple performance-based indicators, collected at multiple points in the program. These data are used to provide candidates with feedback and to make program changes, as needed, ensuring a high quality school psychology educational experience.

Candidate progress data are gathered annually throughout the four-year program. Click on any of the candidate assessment rubrics in the timeline below to view how knowledge or skills are assessed. The eight assessments aggregated specifically for NASP Program Approval are highlighted in BOLD. Additional information about how these assessments are linked to NASP graduate education domains can be found in Section Six of the Program Policies & Procedures Handbook.

TIME OF ASSESSMENT ASSESSMENT INDICATORS USED

Pre-entry to program

First Year Student (Fall

First Year Student (Spring)

     NONE
 

Second Year (Fall)

     NONE

Second Year (Spring)

Third Year - Practicum (Fall)

Third Year - Practicum (Spring)

Fourth Year – Internship (Fall)

Fourth Year - Internship (Spring)





Contact Us

Counseling Program
Dr. Mark Gillen, Department Chair, Program Coordinator
mark.gillen@uwrf.edu
715-425-3890
231 Wyman Education

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School Psychology Program
Dr.Scott Woitaszewski, program Coordinator
scott.woitaszewski@uwrf.edu
715-425-3883
227 Wyman Education

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