As a school psychologist, you will play a key role in helping kids resume school after COVID shutdowns. Use these simple steps and corresponding questions to discover how you can help your school PREPaRE for a safe return for your students.
Behavior interventionist Matthew C. shares why he became a BII, what he loves most about working with Cross Country Education, and what he would tell those just embarking on their behavior interventionist careers.
Virtual job interviews for teaching positions are becoming increasingly popular across the nation. Study up on our very best virtual interview tips for teachers so you can ace that test!
As a school psychologist, you have a unique opportunity to promote social and racial justice and help keep your kids safe. Here’s how you can implement best practices that break down systematic barriers for students, families, and communities.
School-based occupational therapist Valerie E. shares why she became a school OT, what she loves about working with Cross Country Education, and what advice she has for those just embarking on their occupational therapy careers.
The recent transition to online delivery of school OT services put a hold on comprehensive assessments. But as we all know, these assessments are essential support services that cannot wait.
Calling all school speech language pathologists! Do you have the SLP tools you need for the next school year? While none of us knows exactly what’s in store, we can predict that virtual therapy will play a big role. Check out our favorite apps and tools
: We know that as a school psychologist, you are always learning and adapting to the ever-changing landscape of education best practices and laws.
Behavior Intervention Implementation Specialist (BII) Diamonique H. shares what motivated her to become a BII, why she prefers Cross Country Education, and what advice she has for those just starting out.
If you’re a speech-language pathologist, you know it takes expertise, creativity, empathy, and understanding to support your clients and help them grow. But what about SLPs who help students?