Starburst for school spiritInterventions for Student Success: Best Practices in Closing Gaps

Keynotes:

  • Robert Pasternack, Ph.D.
  • Theodore J. Christ, Ph.D.

Convention Sessions:

  • How to Use RtI to Increase Mathematics for All Children and for Children Who are at Risk for Mathematics Failure
  • School Mental Health: Reducing the Barriers to Learning
  • RtI: The View from 35,000 feet. National Perspective on RtI/MTSS and Efforts to Make Special Education Special
  • School Neuropsychology: A Graduate Student's Guide to Understanding a Child Through the School Neuropsychology Lens
  • Lenses on Reading
  • Bullying Prevention Activities
  • Meet Dodger R. Apple: A Case Study in Behavioral Health
  • Identifying Students with Specific Learning Disabilities in the RtI Paradigm: Policy & Practice
  • Tourette Syndrome: Helping Your Staff Rise to the Challenge
  • Therapeutic Interviewing of Students with Aggressive and Other Problem Behaviors
  • Universal Screening for Behavioral, Emotional and Social Health: Still Spitting on the Sidewalk
  • DPI Update: Wisconsin and the ACT High School Assessments
  • Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS) - Ten Years of Group Trauma Treatment in a School and Community Collaborative
  • Theory and Practice: Automaticity Matters...to a Point
  • Progress Monitoring: Do You Want the Good News of Bad News First
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Who Should Attend:

  • School Psychologists
  • Educators
  • Counselors
  • Administrators

For more Information:
Continuing Education | 608.785.6504 | conted@uwlax.edu
Linda Servais | Convention Chair | lservais@horicon.k12.wi.us
Robert J. Dixon | Continuing Professional Development | rdixon@uwlax.edu

The Wisconsin School Psychologists Association (WSPA) is approved by the National Association of School Psychologists to offer continuing education for psychologists. The University of Wisconsin-La Crosse (UW-L) is approved by the American Psychological Association to offer continuing education for psychologists. WSPA and UW-L maintain responsibility for these programs and their content.