You Should Present at the NASP Convention
NASP is actively seeking more presentations to equip early career to advanced practitioners with evidence-based skills, strategies, and knowledge they can use.
Am I Qualified to Present?
Yes, especially if:
- You are doing something that really works
- Your work is grounded in research
- You have evidence to demonstrate positive outcomes
- You think other school psychologists would benefit from hearing about your work
Why Should I Present?
- It counts toward your CPD renewal requirements
- You can use the presentation to train other staff or advocate with administration in your district
- It develops you professionally
- You’ll be contributing to the field
- You may meet others that are doing similar work
- It’s fun
What Types of Presentations Can I Propose?
- Mini-Skills: (1 hour, 50 minutes) Advanced skills-based sessions.
- Paper Presentations: (50 minutes) Address topics relevant to the profession and inform research and/or practice.
- Poster Presentations: (90 minutes) Visual presentations scheduled in groups that average 20-40 presenters in each poster time slot.
- Symposium (80 minutes) for a team-based approach with panelists with different perspectives
- Practitioner Conversations (50 minutes) which promote sharing of the “real world” experiences through a short presentation and facilitated discussion with no more than 30 participants
How Do I Submit a Proposal?
NASP offers a number of resources and tips to help you prepare a successful proposal.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, 866-331-6277, or 301-367-1673 with questions or requests for more information.