COVID-19 resources

All of us have to deal with such a global health crisis due to COVID-19 pandemic. We do know that all of us as trainers and school psychologists are making strong efforts to support our students, teach online courses and support school communities at local and national level.

We have asked trainers in different countries around the world to share COVID-19 resources and materials in different languages in order to be included on the ISPA website. Based on their responses, we have included the following resources from different countries in different languages.

We do hope that each of you and your families are doing well during this challenging time.

Sissy Hatzichristou & Shane Jimerson
Co-chairs, ISPA School Psychlogy Trainers Task Force

FRANCE

GREECE

  • Supporting and Discussing with children and adolescents about COVID-19: Useful tips for teachers and schools.
    Download the English version here. Click here to visit the English Facebook page.
    Download the Greek version here. Click here to visit the Greek Facebook page.
    Laboratory of School Psychology, Department of Psychology, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.
    Hatzichristou, C., Yfanti, T., Lampropoulou, A., Lianos.P.,Georgouleas, G., Mihou, S., Fragiadaki, D., &Athanasiou, D. (2020).

HONG KONG

ITALY

LATVIA

MALTA

THE NETHERLANDS

1. Specific page relevant to Youth and Education:

2. Specific resources for School Psychologists:

  • Sluiting scholen vraagt veel van kwetsbare kinderen.
    Closing schools impacts vulnerable children.
    Nederlands Instituut van Psychologen (NIP). Dutch Association of Psychologists.
    Dutch children’s ombudsman, children’s commissioner, Margriet Kalverboer.

SWEDEN

UNITED KINGDOM

UNITED STATES

We also encourage you to consult the following UNESCO links:

UNESCO