The Oregon School Psychologists Association
presents their 2017 fall conference

Navigating the Future of School Psychology

October 12th & 13th
Multnomah Athletic Club – Portland, OR

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. WE HAVE VERY LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE ON THURSDAY. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO REGISTER AT THE DOOR PLEASE SEND AN EMAIL IN ADVANCE TO conferences.ospa@gmail.com TO DETERMINE IF THERE IS SPACE LEFT TO REGISTER.

Please join us for two days of exceptional professional development geared specifically towards school psychologists in Oregon. Attendees will have the opportunity to receive 12 NASP approved CEUs. Topics to include the future of SLD identification, evaluation of co-morbid disorders, professional advocacy, and dyslexia legislation & practice just to name a few. A full conference schedule is now available, click here to learn more. Additional conference highlights include a reception and research poster session on Thursday evening, the OSPA annual business meeting during lunch on Friday afternoon, and a raffle to benefit a local organization that helps support student needs. Register soon to receive SALE pricing! Discounts available for volunteers. Click here to learn more.

To register, click the appropriate button below. Member and student member pricing available to OSPA members with an active 2017-2018 membership. Click here to update your membership.

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Assessment of Students with Co-Morbid Disorders and Multiple Eligibilities Under IDEIA/ADA
Sam Goldstein, PhD

Engaging Boys in Education and Counseling Contexts
Peter Mortola, PhD

Advocacy in the Field of School Psychology
Stacy Skalski, PhD

Understanding Our “Why!” + Understanding Our Students = An Unrelenting Focus on a Climate of Culture of Resilience
Jake Alabiso, EdS

Navigating the Future of School Psychology: A Panel Discussion
Various Presenters

Reception & Research Poster Session

Full Schedule

Friday, October 13, 2017

School Psychologist as Supervisor: Considerations for Early Career Professionals and Beyond
Angela Whalen, PhD & Elena Diamond, PhD

Learning Disabilities in 2020 and Beyond: AI, Bots, and VR
Justin Potts, MS

Dyslexia Legislation & Practice
National Center on Improving Literacy

Multicultural Evaluations
Julie Esparza-Brown, PhD

Staff Collaboration and Rethinking Tangible Rewards
David Streight, MS & Marie-Claire Wonacott, MS

Full Schedule