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Tuesday, September 21, 2021

 8:00 am  Registration and Continental Breakfast 
 8:30 am 

Keynote: Engaging Hearts and Minds and NASP Update
Laurie McGarry Klose, Ph.D., NASP President

NASP Approved

 10:00 am Break with Vendors
 10:15 am 

Breakout Sessions

Applied Educational Neuroscience and the School Psychologist
It is a critical time for School Psychologists and we are called to use our training and expertise in order to meet the increasingly diverse needs of students. This session will review the implementation of an Educational Neuroscience Framework to address the needs of students in a Jr-Sr High School.
Melanie Davis

BDI-3
Joseph Claeys, Riverside Insights

 11:45 am  Break with Vendors
 12:00 pm  Lunch and Annual Business Meeting
 1:00 pm

Social Justice in School Psychology Practice: Examining the Impact of Diversity and Justice on Everyday Practice
Laurie McGarry Klose, Ph.D., NASP President

NASP Approved

 4:30 pm President's Social

Wednesday, September 22, 2021

 8:00 am  Registration and Continental Breakfast
 9:15 am 

Reading, Dyslexia, Intervention Oriented Assessment (Part 1)
David Kilpatrick

NASP Approved

 12:15 pm  Lunch
 1:30 pm  Break with Vendors
 1:45 pm 

Reading, Dyslexia, Intervention Oriented Assessment (Part 2)
David Kilpatrick

NASP Approved

 2:45 pm  Break with Vendors
 3:00 pm  Assistive Technology for Dyslexia and other Reading and Written Expression Disorders
PATINS Project
 4:00 pm  Adjourn

Thursday, September 23, 2021

 8:00 am  Registration and Continental Breakfast
 9:00 am 

Critical considerations for evaluating social-emotional and behavioral intervention effectiveness 
School-based social-emotional and behavioral interventions present unique challenges related to evaluating effectiveness. This presentation includes practical considerations and recommended practices for monitoring intervention effectiveness when pre-established norms are not available. Specific attention is devoted to defining outcomes, setting appropriate goals, valid and reliable measurement, and data analysis and interpretation.
Carrie Ball
Holly Wood

 10:00 am Break with Vendors
 10:30 am 

Breakout Sessions

Critical considerations for evaluating academic intervention effectiveness
School psychologists are faced with many challenges when evaluating intervention effectiveness. This presentation focuses on practical considerations and recommended practices specifically for using curriculum-based measurement to monitor the response to academic intervention. Content topics include appropriate goal-setting, intervention design and implementation, and valid and reliable data collection, analysis, and interpretation.
Carrie Ball
Josiah Rose


Antecedents Strategies: Behavior Change Starts at the Beginning
Antecedent strategies can be implemented by teachers to prevent the occurrence of student problem behaviors and increase desired behaviors. This presentation reviews multiple antecedent strategies that can be implemented in the classroom. Participants will gain skills to train teachers to use a variety of antecedent interventions.
Heather Skriba
Kim Zoder-Martell, Ph.D., HSPP, BCBA-D

 11:30 am Lunch 
 12:45 pm 

Educational Neuroscience Meets Behavior Modification
Kelly Dora, Warrick County Schools

NASP Approved

 3:45 pm  End of Day
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