Previously Recorded: School Psychologists as Systems Change Leaders
Live-streamed November 8th, 2021
By: Tyler Kitson Ed.S., NCSP and Hiral Vekarka Ed.S., NCSP
Only $10 for members and $20 for non-members
This is a recorded version of the live webinar. A link to a recorded version will be provided to all registered guests, including those who registered and attended the live version. You may register and receive a link to the recording for up to one year after the live event. SCECHs are only available for viewing the live event. Please note, the recording will not be available until two weeks after the live event.
Session description: The purpose of this session is to provide information on best practices in leadership in order to support systems change. In addition, this session will cover information related to the NASP practice model and steps to integrate comprehensive services.
About the presenters:
Tyler Kitson, Ed.S, NCSP is a School Psychologist in the Olathe Public Schools and is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP). He has served as a member of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) Practice Model Committee since 2015 and currently serves as the Chair of the committee. He additionally serves as the Northeast Region representative on the Kansas Association of School Psychologists (KASP) board. In the Olathe Public Schools, he is a part of the school psychologist strategic planning committee, which strives to align the role of the school psychologist with the NASP Practice Model as well as develop a strategic plan for areas of improvement. Tyler was awarded the 2020 NASP Presidential Award in recognition of exceptional service to children and school psychology. He has also presented at the state and national level to further the profession of school psychology.
Hiral Vekarka, Ed.S, NCSP is a School Psychologist in the Montgomery County Public Schools and is an MTSS consultant for Wake County Public School System. Hiral has been the chair of the NASP Leadership Development Committee since 2016 and has participated in a variety of task forces within NASP to support the strategic plan of the association. Hiral received the NASP Presidential Award in 2014 and 2019. Hiral is a member of her state and local state association and serves on the Diversity and Social Justice committee.