Previously Recorded Webinar: Advancing Equity through Social Justice Practices

  • 12/21/2020
  • 8:00 AM
  • 11/16/2021
  • 1:00 PM
  • A Zoom link will be provided after registration.

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  • This event is free to MASP members!
  • There is a $10 charge for non-members.

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This session will focus on positioning school psychology within a social justice framework. The history of, and need for, socially just practices in school psychology will be outlined. Drawing from the Transtheoretical Model of Behavior Change, this presentation will offer specific strategies for facilitating movement towards a fully integrated social justice orientation within the field. These strategies will include but are not limited to, self-reflection, advocacy, and empowering students and colleagues.

At the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Describe a social justice framework for school psychology practice
  • Compare and contrast culturally responsive practice and socially just practice
  • Develop an individual social justice plan to identify actions needed to help progress on their social justice journey and enhance their ability to engage in social justice advocacy

Celeste Malone, PhD, MS, is an associate professor and coordinator of the school psychology program at Howard University. She received her PhD in school psychology from Temple University and completed a postdoctoral fellowship in child clinical and pediatric psychology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Prior to obtaining her doctorate, Dr. Malone received her master’s in school counseling from Johns Hopkins University. Her primary research interest relates to multicultural and diversity issues embedded in the training and practice of school psychology. Specifically, Dr. Malone focuses on multicultural competence, the ability to work effectively with diverse populations through the application of cultural knowledge and to demonstrate awareness of and sensitivity to cultural issues. The overarching themes of her research are as follows: 1) development of multicultural competence through education and training, 2) diversification of the profession, and 3) the relationship between culturally competent practice and PK-12 student outcomes. Related to her interest in professional issues in school psychology, Dr. Malone has continuously held leadership positions in psychology professional associations. She currently serves on the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) Board of Directors as the strategic liaison for the social justice strategic goal. In that capacity, Dr. Malone works closely with NASP boards and committees to develop and implement programs and activities to address social justice issues in school psychology and education. Additionally, Dr. Malone is an elected member of the American Psychological Association (APA) Board of Educational Affairs, the governance group which develops policies for education and training in psychology.


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