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Note. At this time, only Documented Sessions (DS), Featured Sessions (FS) and Workshops (WS) are available. The remaining educational sessions (Mini-Skills (MS)Papers (PA)Practitioner Conversations (PC)Posters (PO), and Symposia (SY)) included in your convention registration will be added in January 2023.

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Session #TitleDateStartEnd
WS029 Tuesday, February 7 WS029: PREPaRE Workshop 1: Comprehensive School Safety Planning: Prevention Through Recovery (3rd Edition) [$]
Tue, Feb 7, 8:30 AM—5:00 PMEST
Participants will learn how to establish and sustain comprehensive school safety efforts that attend to both physical and psychological safety. The workshop addresses critical components needed to develop, exercise, and evaluate safety and crisis teams and plans and to conduct school building vulnerability assessments. The model also integrates school personnel and community provider roles in school-based crisis preparedness and response activities. Additional topics addressed also include media and social media, communication, reunification, students with special needs, culture, and memorials. After this workshop, participants will be better prepared to improve their school’s climate, student resilience, and the crisis response capabilities of school personnel. With updated research and strategies, this workshop makes a clear connection between ongoing crisis prevention, mitigation, protection, and response.
Tue, Feb 07 8:30 AM 5:00 PM
WS031A Tuesday, February 7 WS031A: PREPaRE Workshop 1 Training of Trainers: Comprehensive School Safety Planning: Prevention Through Recovery (3rd Edition) [$]
Tue, Feb 7, 9:00 AM—5:00 PMEST
This 1.5-day workshop provides participants with the information and practice needed to become a trainer of PREPaRE Workshop 1: Comprehensive School Safety Planning: Prevention Through Recovery. Included in this workshop is a 1-hour online module addressing logistics of workshop delivery and a 10-hour in-person workshop (1.5 days) addressing how to present the workshop content (with a special emphasis on a standardized delivery). This ToT workshop includes a mandatory pretest (requiring a 100% pass score), preworkshop activities, interactive online access during the workshop, and a posttest (requiring a 100% pass score). In this session participants will be provided with the information and practice they will need to independently offer the core workshop. All participants receive workshop presentation materials and a certificate of completion. PREREQUISITES: • Completed 3rd Edition Workshop 1 OR 2nd Edition Workshop 1 within the past 2 years (2018 forward) plus completion of the related online bridge modules. • Obtained and read a copy of the School Crisis Prevention and Intervention: The PREPaRE Model. (Contacted the PREPaRE coordinator at prepare@naspweb.org for a PREPaRE Trainer discount code.) • Taken and passed the online PREPaRE Workshop1 (3rd Edition) Model Content Mastery Test based on the PREPaRE Model book. • Completion of other preworkshop activities as specified in the online workshop materials.
Tue, Feb 07 9:00 AM 5:00 PM
WS001 Tuesday, February 7 WS001: Recent Advances in Math Assessment: Screening, Progress Monitoring, and Diagnostics [$]
Tue, Feb 7, 9:00 AM—12:15 PMEST
Many math tools are available to support universal screening, progress monitoring, and diagnostic assessment. This session will provide current information on using these tools to make effective data-based decisions.
Tue, Feb 07 9:00 AM 12:15 PM
WS002 Tuesday, February 7 WS002: Youth Suicide: Best Practices in Prevention, Assessment, and Intervention [$]
Tue, Feb 7, 9:00 AM—12:15 PMEST
This workshop reviews warning signs and the risk and protective factors of youth suicide, including those in minoritized youth, and describes best practices in school-based suicide risk assessment and intervention.
Tue, Feb 07 9:00 AM 12:15 PM
WS003 Tuesday, February 7 WS003: Counseling and Therapeutic Interventions for Students With an Intellectual Disability [$]
Tue, Feb 7, 9:00 AM—12:15 PMEST
This workshop includes a review of research-based programs and practical interventions, a discussion on current strategies as described by veteran therapists, and the sharing of resources among colleagues.
Tue, Feb 07 9:00 AM 12:15 PM
WS004 Tuesday, February 7 WS004: Differentiating Language and Culture of ELLs From Learning and Behavioral Difficulties [$]
Tue, Feb 7, 9:00 AM—12:15 PMEST
This workshop focuses on understanding how cultural and linguistic factors influence the educational process, and it will review how cultural and linguistic differences may influence academic and behavioral performance.
Tue, Feb 07 9:00 AM 12:15 PM
FS001 Tuesday, February 7 FS001: Navigating DSM-5-TRTM Diagnoses in Schools
Tue, Feb 7, 11:00 AM—11:50 AMEST
This session reviews the relevance and application of DSM-5-TR diagnoses to the work of the school psychologist. It includes review of updates in the 2022 publication of DSM-5 text revisions. This session is sponsored by the Convention Committee.
Tue, Feb 07 11:00 AM 11:50 AM
WS005 Tuesday, February 7 WS005: Recent Advances in Math Interventions: Programs, Tactics, & Strategies [$]
Tue, Feb 7, 1:30 PM—4:45 PMEST
Interventions aligned with the science of math are critical to remediate and accelerate learning disruptions following COVID-19. This session describes strategies, tactics, and programs for classes and small groups.
Tue, Feb 07 1:30 PM 4:45 PM
WS006 Tuesday, February 7 WS006: Yes, But Did They Improve? Intervention Response Data Analysis (Expanded) [$]
Tue, Feb 7, 1:30 PM—4:45 PMEST
You’ve identified the tier, provided the intervention, and tracked the data. Now you must decide what’s next. This expanded workshop describes and practices multiple MTSS data analysis techniques.
Tue, Feb 07 1:30 PM 4:45 PM
WS007 Tuesday, February 7 WS007: Best Practices for Suicide Postvention in Schools [$]
Tue, Feb 7, 1:30 PM—4:45 PMEST
This workshop will present effective strategies for developing plans and preparing school staff. Providing guidance and leadership to schools in the aftermath of a student death by suicide requires knowledge of best practice strategies and culturally responsive resources to limit contagion.
Tue, Feb 07 1:30 PM 4:45 PM
WS008 Tuesday, February 7 WS008: Assessment of Emergent Bilingual Students for Special Education [$]
Tue, Feb 7, 1:30 PM—4:45 PMEST
This workshop addresses the limitations of norm-referenced tools and important considerations when using them, including the necessity of using an ecological approach to determine if a disability is present.
Tue, Feb 07 1:30 PM 4:45 PM
FS002 Tuesday, February 7 FS002: Secondary Traumatic Stress, Compassion Fatigue, and Burnout: Who Me?
Tue, Feb 7, 2:00 PM—2:50 PMEST
The very nature of school psychologists’ work presents real risk for secondary traumatic stress and burnout. This session will examine these concepts and explore strategies to mitigate their harmful effects. This session is sponsored by the Convention Committee.
Tue, Feb 07 2:00 PM 2:50 PM
FS003 Wednesday, February 8 FS003: NASP Legends in School Psychology Address: Reconciliation and Hope for the Future: School Psychology and DEIJ
Wed, Feb 8, 9:00 AM—9:50 AMEST
This presentation will examine the journey to infuse diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice (DEIJ) in school psychology practice through the lens of the presenter over nearly 4 decades. This session is sponsored by the Convention Committee.
Wed, Feb 08 9:00 AM 9:50 AM
WS031B Wednesday, February 8 WS031B: PREPaRE Workshop 1 Training of Trainers: Comprehensive School Safety Planning: Prevention Through Recovery (3rd Edition) [$]
Wed, Feb 8, 2:00 PM—5:45 PMEST
This 1.5-day workshop provides participants with the information and practice needed to become a trainer of PREPaRE Workshop 1: Comprehensive School Safety Planning: Prevention Through Recovery. Included in this workshop is a 1-hour online module addressing logistics of workshop delivery and a 10-hour in-person workshop (1.5 days) addressing how to present the workshop content (with a special emphasis on a standardized delivery). This ToT workshop includes a mandatory pretest (requiring a 100% pass score), preworkshop activities, interactive online access during the workshop, and a posttest (requiring a 100% pass score). In this session participants will be provided with the information and practice they will need to independently offer the core workshop. All participants receive workshop presentation materials and a certificate of completion. PREREQUISITES: • Completed 3rd Edition Workshop 1 OR 2nd Edition Workshop 1 within the past 2 years (2018 forward) plus completion of the related online bridge modules. • Obtained and read a copy of the School Crisis Prevention and Intervention: The PREPaRE Model. (Contacted the PREPaRE coordinator at prepare@naspweb.org for a PREPaRE Trainer discount code.) • Taken and passed the online PREPaRE Workshop1 (3rd Edition) Model Content Mastery Test based on the PREPaRE Model book. • Completion of other preworkshop activities as specified in the online workshop materials.
Wed, Feb 08 2:00 PM 5:45 PM
DS001 Wednesday, February 8 DS001: Integrating SEL Programming Into School Safety Initiatives [$]
Wed, Feb 8, 2:30 PM—3:50 PMEST
School mental health staff do more than respond to crises. This presentation will illustrate how school psychologists can integrate social–emotional learning (SEL) into school safety initiatives. This session is sponsored by the Convention Committee.
Wed, Feb 08 2:30 PM 3:50 PM
WS009 Wednesday, February 8 WS009: The Provision of Socially Just Mental Health Services in Schools [$]
Wed, Feb 8, 2:30 PM—5:45 PMEST
This workshop will present mental health practices that support school-wide change, as well as those that empower practitioners to engage in socially just services at the individual and group levels.
Wed, Feb 08 2:30 PM 5:45 PM
WS010 Wednesday, February 8 WS010: Effectively Navigating and Facilitating Difficult Conversations With Parents and Consultees [$]
Wed, Feb 8, 2:30 PM—5:45 PMEST
This session will support school psychologists’ development as practitioners and leaders by helping participants improve communication skills, develop competence in communicating through a multicultural lens, and facilitate difficult conversations with parents and consultees.
Wed, Feb 08 2:30 PM 5:45 PM
WS011 Wednesday, February 8 WS011: Cognitive Profile Analysis in School Psychology: A Challenging History [$]
Wed, Feb 8, 2:30 PM—5:45 PMEST
Despite a questionable research history, profile analysis methods remain pervasive in school psychology training and practice. This session will review new and continued concerns associated with use of these techniques.
Wed, Feb 08 2:30 PM 5:45 PM
WS012 Wednesday, February 8 WS012: Trauma-Informed Schools and Social Justice: Real Talk + Practical Application [$]
Wed, Feb 8, 2:30 PM—5:45 PMEST
This workshop will dive into the practices of trauma-informed care and education. Participants will explore how social justice and trauma-informed practices intersect and examine their practical application in school systems.
Wed, Feb 08 2:30 PM 5:45 PM
DS002 Wednesday, February 8 DS002: Aggressive Behavior and Special Education Suspensions: Uncovering the Causes [$]
Wed, Feb 8, 4:30 PM—5:50 PMEST
Do you have students who have engaged in aggressive behaviors since their on-site return? This presentation will examine potential causes using the Cipani Behavioral Classification System and actual case illustrations. This session is sponsored by the Convention Committee.
Wed, Feb 08 4:30 PM 5:50 PM
WS030A Thursday, February 9 WS030A: PREPaRE Workshop 2: Mental Health Crisis Interventions: Responding to an Acute Traumatic Stressor in Schools (3rd Edition) [$]
Thu, Feb 9, 9:00 AM—5:00 PMEST
The PREPaRE Workshop 2 (3rd ed.) develops the knowledge and skills required to provide immediate mental health crisis interventions to the students, staff, and school community members who have been simultaneously exposed to an acute traumatic stressor. The knowledge and skills developed within this session also help to build a bridge to the psychotherapeutic and trauma-informed mental health response sometimes required to address challenges associated with trauma exposure.
Thu, Feb 09 9:00 AM 5:00 PM
FS004 Thursday, February 9 FS004: NASP Distinguished Lecture: Embracing Diversity Through School Psychology Programs as Sites of Liberation
Thu, Feb 9, 9:00 AM—10:20 AMEST
This session shares research regarding diversification of school psychology and explores how school psychology programs as sites of liberation can help further diversity in the profession. This session is sponsored by the Convention Committee.
Thu, Feb 09 9:00 AM 10:20 AM
WS013 Thursday, February 9 WS013: Assessing Anxiety in Youth: Going Beyond the Information Given [$]
Thu, Feb 9, 9:00 AM—12:15 PMEST
This workshop will describe anxiety and focus on measures (structured diagnostic interviews to three-item questionnaires) and their psychometric properties. Measures that are useful for the evaluation of treatment will be considered.
Thu, Feb 09 9:00 AM 12:15 PM
WS014 Thursday, February 9 WS014: Intervention-Oriented Assessment of Reading Difficulties [$]
Thu, Feb 9, 9:00 AM—12:15 PMEST
The goal of intervention-oriented assessment in reading is to determine precisely why students struggle in reading and to inform more effective Tier 2 and Tier 3 instruction.
Thu, Feb 09 9:00 AM 12:15 PM
WS015 Thursday, February 9 WS015: Oral Reporting of Psychoeducational Assessment Results for Optimal Outcomes [$]
Thu, Feb 9, 9:00 AM—12:15 PMEST
Effective communication with consumers (i.e., parents, teachers, service providers, students) ensures that assessment results are understood and increases the likelihood that findings are put to good use. This workshop will provide strategies for improving outcomes.
Thu, Feb 09 9:00 AM 12:15 PM
WS016 Thursday, February 9 WS016: Current Issues in Special Education Law Affecting the Practice of School Psychology [$]
Thu, Feb 9, 9:00 AM—12:15 PMEST
This workshop will explain how to access and incorporate the laws, regulations, and legal decisions associated with IDEA in daily practice and to develop strategies to minimize litigation while meeting the needs of students.
Thu, Feb 09 9:00 AM 12:15 PM
WS032A Thursday, February 9 WS032A: PREPaRE Workshop 2 Training of Trainers: Mental Health Crisis Interventions: Responding to an Acute Traumatic Stressor in Schools (3rd Edition) [$]
Thu, Feb 9, 9:00 AM—5:00 PMEST
This 2-day workshop provides participants with the information and practice needed to become a trainer of PREPaRE Workshop 2: Mental Health Crisis Interventions: Responding to an Acute Traumatic Stressor in Schools. Included in this workshop is a 1-hour online module addressing logistics of workshop delivery and a 13-hour in-person workshop (1.5 days) addressing how to present the workshop content (with a special emphasis on a standardized delivery). This ToT workshop includes a mandatory pretest (requiring a 100% pass score), preworkshop activities, interactive online access during the workshop, and a posttest (requiring a 100% pass score). In this session participants will be provided with the information and practice needed to independently offer the core workshop. All participants receive workshop presentation materials and a certificate of completion. PREREQUISITES • Completion of 3rd Edition Workshop 2. • OR completion of 2nd Edition Workshop 2 within the past 2 years (2018 forward) plus completion of the related online bridge modules. • Obtain and read a copy of School Crisis Prevention and Intervention: The PREPaRE Model (2nd ed.). (Contact the PREPaRE coordinator at prepare@naspweb.org for a PREPaRE Trainer discount code.) • Take and pass the online PREPaRE Workshop 2 (3rd Edition) Model Content Mastery Test based on the PREPaRE Model book. • Completion of other preworkshop activities as specified in the online workshop materials.
Thu, Feb 09 9:00 AM 5:00 PM
DS003 Thursday, February 9 DS003: Behavioral Threat Assessment: Restorative Practices and Racial Harm [$]
Thu, Feb 9, 11:00 AM—12:20 PMEST
This session will provide an overview of developing the procedures to be used when conducting behaviorally based threat assessment. Participants will develop goals on integrating restorative practices and racial harm protocols. This session is sponsored by the Convention Committee.
Thu, Feb 09 11:00 AM 12:20 PM
DS004 Thursday, February 9 DS004: Skill-by-Treatment Interaction: Using Data to Answer the Right Questions [$]
Thu, Feb 9, 1:00 PM—2:20 PMEST
School teams are data rich but decision poor. This session will present a problem analysis framework and will demonstrate how to use data to identify appropriate Tier 2 and Tier 3 reading interventions. This session is sponsored by the Convention Committee.
Thu, Feb 09 1:00 PM 2:20 PM
WS017 Thursday, February 9 WS017: Treating Anxiety in Youth: Less Talk, More Action [$]
Thu, Feb 9, 1:30 PM—4:45 PMEST
This workshop will address components of successful intervention (e.g., self-talk, problem solving, exposure tasks). Case examples, illustrations of intervention strategies, and role-play activities will constitute the bulk of the workshop.
Thu, Feb 09 1:30 PM 4:45 PM
WS018 Thursday, February 9 WS018: Interventions for Difficulties With Word Identification, Fluency, and Reading Comprehension [$]
Thu, Feb 9, 1:30 PM—4:45 PMEST
To maximize the effectiveness of school psychological consultation regarding reading difficulties, this workshop will discuss the relative efficacy of reading interventions for both word reading and reading comprehension.
Thu, Feb 09 1:30 PM 4:45 PM
WS019 Thursday, February 9 WS019: Writing High-Impact Assessment Reports: A Consumer-Responsive Approach [$]
Thu, Feb 9, 1:30 PM—4:45 PMEST
Consumers of psychoeducational assessment reports are able to realize the full benefit of findings if those reports are readable and concise and highlight useful information. This workshop will provide report-writing strategies that enhance the value of assessments.
Thu, Feb 09 1:30 PM 4:45 PM
WS020 Thursday, February 9 WS020: Hot Topics as Requested by You (ESY, MDRs, 504s)! [$]
Thu, Feb 9, 1:30 PM—4:45 PMEST
This workshop will explain the legal requirements regarding extended school year, manifestation determination reviews, and Section 504, with an emphasis on the school psychologist’s role in each situation.
Thu, Feb 09 1:30 PM 4:45 PM
DS005 Thursday, February 9 DS005: Relationality, Responsibility, Reciprocity, Resistance: Working Alongside Indigenous Youth and Communities [PS] [$]
Thu, Feb 9, 3:00 PM—4:20 PMEST
Using case studies, stories, and research, the presenters will address the following questions: Why do I need to know if a student is Indigenous? How will it influence consultation, intervention, and assessment? This session is sponsored by the Convention Committee.
Thu, Feb 09 3:00 PM 4:20 PM
FS005 Thursday, February 9 FS005: Support for the Next Generation: Unpacking Social and Emotional Learning
Thu, Feb 9, 4:30 PM—5:20 PMEST
As conversations about social and emotional learning (SEL) grow, join CASEL to better understand what it is, why it is critical in this moment, and how you can advance it in your communities. This session is sponsored by the Convention Committee.
Thu, Feb 09 4:30 PM 5:20 PM
WS021 Friday, February 10 WS021: The Assessment of Executive Skills in Children and Adolescents [$]
Fri, Feb 10, 8:30 AM—11:45 AMEST
This presentation discusses the purposes for assessing executive skills, outlines the components of a comprehensive assessment process, and details how to monitor progress to measure effectiveness of executive skill interventions.
Fri, Feb 10 8:30 AM 11:45 AM
WS022 Friday, February 10 WS022: Current Medications for School-Age Children: What Psychologists Need to Know [$]
Fri, Feb 10, 8:30 AM—11:45 AMEST
This workshop brings together two school-based child and adolescent psychiatrists to discuss current treatment and medication options for common psychiatric diagnoses observed in the school setting.
Fri, Feb 10 8:30 AM 11:45 AM
WS023 Friday, February 10 WS023: It Starts With Us: Serving Youth Through Culturally Responsive Practices [$]
Fri, Feb 10, 8:30 AM—11:45 AMEST
This workshop highlights essential skills for providing culturally responsive assessment practices to children and adolescents. Participants will learn techniques to develop thorough sociocultural histories and tailored psychological assessment reports.
Fri, Feb 10 8:30 AM 11:45 AM
WS024 Friday, February 10 WS024: Behavioral Threat Assessment and Management: Best Practices for a Defensible Process [$]
Fri, Feb 10, 8:30 AM—11:45 AMEST
This workshop will share experiences with countering bias, equity, and disproportionality; the relationship of behavioral threat assessment and management to special education procedures; lessons learned from court cases and service as an expert witness; and engagement in multiple state-wide BTAM implementation projects.
Fri, Feb 10 8:30 AM 11:45 AM
WS030B Friday, February 10 WS030B: PREPaRE Workshop 2: Mental Health Crisis Interventions: Responding to an Acute Traumatic Stressor in Schools (3rd Edition) [$]
Fri, Feb 10, 9:00 AM—5:00 PMEST
The third edition of this PREPaRE workshop develops the knowledge and skills required to provide immediate mental health crisis interventions to the students, staff, and school community members who have been simultaneously exposed to an acute traumatic stressor. The knowledge and skills developed within this session also help to build a bridge to the psychotherapeutic and trauma-informed mental health response sometimes required to address challenges associated with trauma exposure.
Fri, Feb 10 9:00 AM 5:00 PM
WS032B Friday, February 10 WS032B: PREPaRE Workshop 2 Training of Trainers: Mental Health Crisis Interventions: Responding to an Acute Traumatic Stressor in Schools (3rd Edition) [$]
Fri, Feb 10, 9:00 AM—5:00 PMEST
This 2-day workshop provides participants with the information and practice needed to become a trainer of PREPaRE Workshop 2: Mental Health Crisis Interventions: Responding to an Acute Traumatic Stressor in Schools. Included in this workshop is a 1-hour online module addressing logistics of workshop delivery and a 13-hour in-person workshop (1.5 days) addressing how to present the workshop content (with a special emphasis on a standardized delivery). This ToT workshop includes a mandatory pretest (requiring a 100% pass score), preworkshop activities, interactive online access during the workshop, and a posttest (requiring a 100% pass score). In this session participants will be provided with the information and practice needed to independently offer the core workshop. All participants receive workshop presentation materials and a certificate of completion. PREREQUISITES • Completion of 3rd Edition Workshop 2. • OR completion of 2nd Edition Workshop 2 within the past 2 years (2018 forward) plus completion of the related online bridge modules. • Obtain and read a copy of School Crisis Prevention and Intervention: The PREPaRE Model (2nd ed.). (Contact the PREPaRE coordinator at prepare@naspweb.org for a PREPaRE Trainer discount code.) • Take and pass the online PREPaRE Workshop 2 (3rd Edition) Model Content Mastery Test based on the PREPaRE Model book. • Completion of other preworkshop activities as specified in the online workshop materials.
Fri, Feb 10 9:00 AM 5:00 PM
FS006 Friday, February 10 FS006: Ethical Considerations in the Use of Social Media
Fri, Feb 10, 10:00 AM—11:20 AMEST
Social media can be a lifeline for providing professional camaraderie, guidance, and outlets for self-care. However, it also has ethical and legal landmines where mistakes are easy to make. This session is sponsored by the Convention Committee.
Fri, Feb 10 10:00 AM 11:20 AM
DS006 Friday, February 10 DS006: Stellar IEPs for Social, Emotional, and Behavioral Goals [$]
Fri, Feb 10, 11:30 AM—12:50 PMEST
In this session, participants will learn how to craft effective IEP goals for counseling for social, emotional, and behavioral success. This session is sponsored by the Convention Committee.
Fri, Feb 10 11:30 AM 12:50 PM
WS025 Friday, February 10 WS025: Designing Interventions for Students With Executive Skill Challenges [$]
Fri, Feb 10, 12:45 PM—4:00 PMEST
This workshop presents strategies to address each of the 11 executive skills in the “smart but scattered” model and outlines three ways students with weak executive skills can be supported.
Fri, Feb 10 12:45 PM 4:00 PM
WS026 Friday, February 10 WS026: Considering Cultural Factors While Planning the Implementation of Evidence-Based Interventions [$]
Fri, Feb 10, 12:45 PM—4:00 PMEST
Psychologists face numerous issues related to ecological validity when attempting to implement evidence-based interventions with diverse populations. Participants will leave this session with strategies to tailor interventions to their context.
Fri, Feb 10 12:45 PM 4:00 PM
WS027 Friday, February 10 WS027: Best Practices in School-Based Autism Assessment and Identification [$]
Fri, Feb 10, 12:45 PM—4:00 PMEST
Workshop presenters cover best practices in school-based autism assessment and identification, including specific assessment components, culturally and linguistically responsive practices, telehealth, interprofessional and interagency collaboration, and interpretation and communication of outcomes.
Fri, Feb 10 12:45 PM 4:00 PM
WS028 Friday, February 10 WS028: Strategies for Promoting School Safety Through a Healing-Centered Lens [$]
Fri, Feb 10, 12:45 PM—4:00 PMEST
This workshop will offer practical tools to promote psychological safety for historically marginalized students by introducing tools to infuse healing-centered approaches to school safety into school psychology practice.
Fri, Feb 10 12:45 PM 4:00 PM
DS007 Friday, February 10 DS007: Changing the Narrative: Embracing the Social Justice Framework With Refugee and Immigrant Students [PS] [$]
Fri, Feb 10, 1:30 PM—2:50 PMEST
Using both lecture and case studies, the presenters highlight how a social justice lens can be used to examine the ecology of a school system as related to refugee and immigrant populations. This session is sponsored by the Convention Committee.
Fri, Feb 10 1:30 PM 2:50 PM
DS008 Friday, February 10 DS008: Meeting the Challenge: Navigating Legal and Ethical Landscapes in Schools [$]
Fri, Feb 10, 3:30 PM—4:50 PMEST
School psychologists address social justice issues in an atmosphere of challenging state and local regulations. This session discusses the historical perspective, ethical problem solving, and case examples to meet challenges. This session is sponsored by the Convention Committee.
Fri, Feb 10 3:30 PM 4:50 PM