Session Recording Packages
Watch convention sessions on your time. Session Recording Packages allow you the flexibility to experience the convention from anywhere. Each package contains three sessions recorded on-site, with the option to add the 3-hour legal regulations session below. These sessions will be available for on-demand viewing in the NASP Online Learning Center beginning April 2018, so you can earn documented CPD whenever and wherever you like.
Convention attendees enjoy a special discount if they purchase through the online convention registration system or on-site. This discount cannot be applied after the convention, so be sure to preorder.
7.25 Credit Hour Packages
DS07: Culturally Responsive Assessment Feedback: Sharing Results With Culturally Diverse Families
WS08: Evaluation of English Language Learners Through the Lens of Neuropsychology
WS09: Translating Assessment Results Into Recommendations for Intervention Strategies for Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder
DS06: Improving Classroom Management, School Discipline, and School Climate
WS04: Developing Interventions for At-Risk Urban Populations
WS14A: Punitive to Positive: Building Relationships Through Restorative Practices—Introductory Workshop
Students at Risk Package
DS01: Understanding Gangs From the Street Perspective
WS22: Creating Trauma-Sensitive Schools: Strategies to Help Students and Staff
WS24: Wait—The Kids Are Using Drugs? School-Based Substance Use Interventions
3-Hour Legal Regulations Add-On
(Not Available for Individual Purchase)
WS27A: General Update on Current Issues in Special Education Law Affecting the Practice of School Psychology—Introductory Workshop
NCSPs: These sessions count toward the 10 hours of CPD from NASP- and APA-approved providers* required for renewal. Our 3-hour session on special education law can be added to any of the Session Recording Packages to help you meet your legal regulations requirement as well.
*NASP is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. NASP maintains responsibility for this program and its content.