Handouts

Assessment and Interventions for Students with Specific Reading Disabilities (46 page PDF)
Nancy Mather, Ph.D.

Creating Access: Collaborate. Advocate. Lead (8 page PDF)
Cultural, Context and Competence (9 page PDF)
Sally A. Baas, Ed.D., NASP President

Digitally Assisted Psychological Assessment: The Future Is Now (13 page PDF)
John Hanson, Ph.D.

Problem Solving with the New SLD Law: Panel Discussion on Evaluation
Materials Posted at: www.wspaonline.net/resources/3-14SLDPanel.cfm 
John Humphries, M.S.E., NCSP

You’re Hired: Tips to a Successful First Year as a School Psychologist (6 page PDF)
Christine Neddenriep, Ph.D.

Survey to be taken pre-convention for this session: www.surveymonkey.com/s/D9LRG6B
What is Your Ethical Dilemma?
James Walsh, Ph.D.

Practical Strategies for School Psychologists Presenting System-Level Data (5 page PDF)
   • Data Book Power Point (pptx)
   • Sample AIMSweb data file (xlsx)
   • Simple features handout (2 page PDF)
Dan Hyson, Ph.D.

Student Poster Session (8 page PDF)

Update on DSM 5 Changes (31 page PDF)
Peggy Scallon, MD; Kathleen Koth, DO; Ryan Byrne, MD

School Psychology and the Management of Concussion (23 page PDF)
Daniel Krenzer, Ph.D.

Progress Monitoring Processes and RTI (25 page PDF)
   • Jellyfish are Creatures (2 page PDF)
   • Nuclear Physics Passage (1 page PDF)
What to Do About Tier 3? The Importance of a Hybrid Model of RTI (11 page PDF)
Ed Shapiro, Ph.D.
 

DPI Update: 1)WISEdash 2)Reading Research 3)SLD Q & A
   • WISEdash for Districts and Wisconsin's Dropout Early Warning System (14 page PDF)
   • Lenses on Reading (9 page PDF)
Kathryn Bush, Ph.D.

You can access presentation handouts from the WSPA Convention website. If you desire printed handouts you must order them at the time of registration for a $15 fee. Printed handouts will only be printed for convention sessions selected.


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