School Psychology Training and Pedagogy
Official journal of the Trainers of School Psychologists
Message from the Editors
The School Psychology Training and Pedagogy (SPTP) editorial team is excited to share their goals for the journal’s direction: (1) Advance pedagogy and training through reflection and practice; (2) Encompass the varied levels, settings, and topics represented in school psychology graduate training; and (3) Examine and respond to the sociocultural context in which training occurs. The team invites SPTP readers to join in pursuit of these goals.
Call for Papers
SPTP is seeking articles that address anti-racist pedagogy, online teaching strategies and programming with an emphasis on lessons learned during the pandemic, and other general topic articles. More information can be found under Aims and Scope.
SPTP, formerly known as the Trainers' Forum, is a double-masked, peer-reviewed, and indexed journal featuring original articles relevant to the preparation of school psychologists. The journal is designed for a readership of trainers who shape the field of school psychology, including graduate instructors, field supervisors, teaching assistants, and scholars.
Cooper, J. M, Williams, S. A. S, & Shriberg, D. (2020). Training School Psychologists as Social Justice Change Agents: Current Practices and Future Directions (Part 1). Trainers' Forum, 37(2), 1-9.
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