Educational Psychologist Salary
An Educational Psychologist earns an average salary of $75,000 per year.
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Job Description for Educational Psychologist
Educational psychologists work primarily in academic settings to help students fulfill their learning potential. They often work with students who face specific challenges, such as autism, learning disabilities, or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and some are also responsible for helping students in gifted programs or finding solutions for bullying problems in schools.Read More...
Educational psychologists typically work full-time during regular business hours, and some are hired part-time to work with specific students or programs. This is an interpersonal position, as these psychologists are responsible for working closely with students, parents, teachers, and school administrators. They must be able to communicate with, relate to, and work with people and students from many different backgrounds and keep all information about students, assessments, and interventions confidential.
A master's degree in psychology and a license to practice in the state of employment are minimum requirements for this position, and many employers require a doctorate degree and demonstrated experience with the target population. An educational psychologist must be well-versed in administering assessments to students that measure standing in particular learning and behavioral areas, and they also meet with individual students, parents, and instructors to develop plans for students based on their performance in these assessments. They must be able to work independently in developing these plans and monitoring and modifying their implementation. Many serve as part of a team working to help students reach their full potential, so a strong commitment to working in a collaborative effort is important in this position, and they are also responsible for providing parents and school administrators with reports of student progress on a regular basis. (Copyright 2017 PayScale.com)
Educational Psychologist Tasks
- Develop, implement and monitor goals and objectives of the school and program
- Work with parents in the development of each student
- Administer diagnostic assessments and evaluate student performance
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