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The Ohio School Psychologists Association is pleased to offer the following workshops and activities. As new events are announced, news, brochures, and registration information will be posted here.

2020 Virtual Fall Conference

Brave New World: Modifying Practices to Respond to a Pandemic...and Writing About It

The Thursday and Friday sessions will be offered both live and as a recording until Nov. 23. If you attend the recorded sessions, you will be required to complete a post-test to prove attendance.

Online evaluations will be required to receive your certificate of attendance. You will be provided the link to the evaluation at the end of the post-test. The certificates will be emailed to you upon completion of the evaluation.

Date(s):
Nov. 5-6, 2020
Location:
Zoom
Sessions:

Thursday, Nov. 5
AM: Extended ODE Update including COVID-19-related Guidance (this is an ethics course)
Bernadette Laughlin and Joe Petrarca

AM: Legal Update (this is an ethics course)
Pamela Leist

PM: Conducting Psychological Tele-Assessment
A. Jordan Wright, Ph.D.

Friday, Nov. 6
AM: Writing Instruction for Struggling Writers & Students with Disabilities: Setting Up the Writing Classroom & Addressing Transcription Skills
PM: Writing Instruction for Struggling Writers & Students with Disabilities: Focusing on Composition Skills & Measuring Progress
Amy Gillespie Rouse, Ph.D.

Brochure:
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Registration Form:
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Pricing:
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Handouts:
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Online Registration:
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MCE/CEU Credits:
5.75 contact hours for Thursday, including 3.5 in ethics/professional conduct, 5 contact hours for Friday (because of live, small group discussion, recorded version qualifies for 4.5 hours)
College Credit:
One graduate credit through Ashland University will be available for those who attend all of the Thursday and Friday sessions of the OSPA Fall Conference.  The cost will be $180. You can register with Ashland online here: https://www.ashland.edu/coas/node/142136
If you have any questions or concerns with your registration, please contact our representative at Ashland, Ms. Courtney Kessler at 614-794-4850 or ckessler@ashland.edu

 

2021 Virtual Spring Conference

Addressing Student & Practitioner Needs: National & Local Perspectives

The Thursday and Friday sessions will be offered both live and as a recording until May 7. If you attend the recorded sessions, you will be required to complete a post-test to prove attendance.

Online evaluations will be required to receive your certificate of attendance. You will be provided the link to the evaluation at the end of the post-test. The certificates will be emailed to you upon completion of the evaluation.

Date(s):
April 15-16, 2021
Location:
Zoom
Sessions:

Thursday, April 15
AM: Extended ODE Update and Guidelines for Testing Students Who are Deaf & Hard of Hearing

AM & PM: Comprehensive Behavioral Health in Schools
Andria Amador, Ed.D.

Friday, April 16
AM: The Power of Possibility: NASP Updates 2020-2021
Wendy Price, Psy.D.

PM: Happy Habits for Hard Times
John Sommers-Flanagan, Ph.D.

Brochure:
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Registration Form:
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Pricing:
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Handouts:
Click here
Online Registration:
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MCE/CEU Credits:
6.5 contact hours for Thursday, 5.5 contact hours for Friday 
College Credit:
One graduate credit through Ashland University will be available for those who attend all of the Thursday and Friday sessions of the OSPA Fall Conference.  The cost will be $180. 
Click here for more information: https://www.ashland.edu/coas/node/144471 The course number is: EDU*6150*K6
If you have any questions or concerns with your registration, please contact our representative at Ashland, Ms. Courtney Kessler at 614-794-4850 or ckessler@ashland.edu