NASP 2018 Annual Convention
Join 5,000 of your peers for four days of learning at the Hyatt Regency Chicago February 13–16.
Online Learning Center
Enhance your knowledge and earn documented, NASP-approved CPD at your own convenience.
PREPaRE Training Curriculum
The PREPaRE curriculum provides relevant schol personnel comprehensive training on how to establish and serve on school safety and crisis teams.
Live Webinar: School-Based Screening for Dyslexia: Myths and Best Practices
Friday, September 29, 3:00–4:00 p.m. EDT
Register for this live webinar to learn about the signs of future reading problems, tools for dyslexia screening, and interventions to improve reading performance and dyslexia screening accuracy.
Live Webinar: Identifying Underserved Gifted Learners Through MTSS or Culturally Fair Assessments
Friday, October 20, 3:00–4:00 p.m. EDT
Learn about the needs of underserved gifted students, factors perpetuating underidentification, assessments and best practices to identify this population, and processes for implementing MTSS.
NASP 2018 Annual Convention
February 13–16, 2018
Save the date for the NASP 2018 Annual Convention at the Hyatt Regency Chicago in Chicago, IL. Registration opens October 2, 2017.
NASP 2018 Summer Conference in Atlantic City, NJ
July 9–11, 2018
Save the date for the NASP 2018 Summer Conference at the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City, NJ. Registration opens in the spring of 2018.
NASP 2018 Summer Conference in Garden Grove, CA
July 23–25, 2018
Save the date for the NASP 2018 Summer Conference at the Hyatt Regency Orange County in Garden Grove, CA, outside of Anaheim, CA. Registration opens in the spring of 2018.
Special Education Law and the Ethics of Manifestation Determination Meetings
This session reviews the laws and regulations associated with IDEA governing special education student discipline and offers detailed discussion on convening manifestation determination meetings.
Behavioral Interventions for Severe Behavioral Problems
The podcast targets strategies for managing severe problem behavior across grade levels. Strategies are rooted in applied behavioral analysis with specific focus on functional analysis and on antecedent and consequent-based interventions.
The Stoplight Mentality: Implementing RTI With Limited Resources
This session addresses the practical implementation of RTI using limited resources. One moderate-sized school district shares how they moved from consensus to infrastructure building and finally to implementation over a 3-year period.
Unlearning Helplessness: Motivating the Underachiever
This podcast discusses the four types of underachievers, talks about the importance of executive function skills, explores the characteristics and causes of underachieving, and presents effective solutions that can reverse this problem.
Best Practice in Threat Assessment I: What You Need to Know
This session will help you understand and implement the steps to a best practice process of gathering and evaluating information to determine the level of concern. The essential task is to create effective action and supervision plans.
Best Practices for Supporting Refugee Students and Their Families
This podcast is intended to empower attendees to support refugee students and their families as they navigate the challenges of adjusting to life in receiving countries following the stressful and potentially traumatic experience of emigrating from home countries.
Intermediate Psychoeducational Assessment of English Learners
This session reviews various approaches used in evaluating cognitive abilities of English learners and compares the extent to which each is capable of generating data that are valid.
A Universal Screening Process for Student Connections
This podcast provides attendees with information and resources to implement a social–emotional screening process in secondary schools. Presenters will review a universal screening measure (Connections Survey).