WS06: How Tech R U? Using Technology Productively
Tuesday, February 21
- 2:00 –5:00 p.m.
- CPD Credit Hour(s): 3
- Skill Level: II
- Members: $80
This workshop will focus on using technology to increase practice knowledge and effectiveness. Participants will
- Know the best software programs to select for writing reports, compiling data, and scoring protocols;
- Know the ethical practices of using technology;
- Understand how smart phones can be used in practice;
- Know computer tricks for shortcuts, hardware maintenance, apps;
- Understand Google services and applications;
- Understand RTI databases and websites;
- Use NASP's website, Communities, and other social media appropriately;
- Know how to use encryption; and
- Know what student and classroom observation apps and software are currently available.
Speaker(s): Bill Pfohl, PsyD, NCSP, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, Dan Florell, Ph.D., NCSP, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY
Bill Pfohl, PsyD, NCSP, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, Bill Pfohl, PsyD, NCSP, is a professor of psychology at Western Kentucky University. He has been interested in the applications of technology for personal and professional use for the past 25 years. He writes the “Tech Corner” column for the NASP Communiqué.
Dan Florell, Ph.D., NCSP, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY, Dan Florell, Ph.D., NCSP, is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Eastern Kentucky University. His research interests are cyberbullying and using technology to enhance school psychologist's practice. He is NASP's Web Master.