Stow, OH (PRWEB) August 22, 2011
School Psychology Tools, a productivity app specifically designed for School Psychologists, announces proudly that strong reviews of the app are creating some buzz. "There are too many great features to list", says Breanna Demail the President of the Los Angeles Association of School Psychologists. "The developers are amazing and want to make this an amazing program that serves the needs of psychologists throughout the state. They added features that help many of our colleagues do their job more effectively".
She has company in her overwhelmingly positive appraisal of the app that was released in May and updated in July.
"Everything about this app is great", says Kara E. McGoey, PhD, NCSP an Associate Professor of School Psychology at Duquesne University. Dr. McGoey was one of a group of School Psychologists who participated in testing the app prior to its release and had significant input to ensure it would meet the needs of School Psychologists. "It is user friendly, gives us the tools we need and provides an organization system to keep our evals straight. I plan on using it for all of my evals and recommending it to all of my students. I love this app!"
Another School Psychologist who has seen it rapidly develop from concept to reality as a member of the testing group is Bethany Kennedy, Ed.S. who stated, "this is a great tool for School Psychologists". So far user reviews of the app have also been overwhelmingly positive receiving a 4 star rating (averaged) on the iTunes store as of press time.
The School Psychology Tools app is comprised of a combination of productivity tools, like To-do Lists, Notes, Voice memos, Stopwatch and a Calendar, that integrates with custom-built tools designed specifically to help School Psychologists plan evaluations and manage their large caseloads. "I'm very thankful for the kind reviews", says School Psychologist and co-creator Jon Young, NCSP. "We are not done though. We continue seeking feedback from users and as a user myself I can see how it will need to continue evolving along with the needs of the profession and with changes in the technology itself."