Notice to Members of MSPA Presenting at NASP
Members of MSPA who will be presenting at NASP in Washington, DC may receive a grant to help with expenses. If you are a member and will present at NASP please check the Members Only Website for further information.
UMass Boston Seeking Assistant Professor
If interested please contact Melissa Pearrow at UMass Boston. Melissa.email@example.com
Three announcements from the MSPA Board of Directors:
1. Time to renew membership.
Please renew online. There was some confusion about our use of PayPal to do renewals. You do NOT need to join Paypal to renew your MSPA membership online. You only need a credit card.
2. The Student and Early Practitioner Social has been scheduled for Thursday November 7th.
MSPA Fall Conference
Conference Registration is Closed
The MSPA Fall Conference will be held October 11, 2013. The topic is Professional Issues in School Psychology.There will be several sessions to include:The MA Model System of Educator Evaluation – The Rationale & Rhetoric Behind the Rubrics; Educator Evaluation, Rubrics and SMART Goals: Measuring What Matters– Dr. Bob Lichtenstein and Jennifer Milia;and Professional Issues: Ethical Dilemmas in School Psychology– Dr. Joan Struzzerio.The brochure can be downloaded here Fall Conference 2013
MSPP offers group supervision for practicing school psychologists. Clinical supervision promotes reflective practice, supports ongoing professional development, affords consultation on legal and ethical issues, and helps practitioners effectively address the challenges of providing school psychological services. Clinical supervision is essential for ongoing development of the skills, knowledge, and professional behaviors that enable schools psychologists to function at a high level and to engage in independent practice.
For detailed information please download the following with a change in dates fro those who have already expressed interest. Clinical_Supervision_Groups_-_Fall_2013-1
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