Session Evaluations

Only attendees who were scanned into the session prior to or within the first 15 minutes of the session will receive an evaluation form for the respective session.  

Obtaining Proof of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Policy: It is the responsibility of each participant to ensure session attendance is recorded by the session monitor within 15 minutes of the beginning of the session. Monitors will not be available after the first 15 minutes of a CPD session. Only participants that are recorded within 15 minutes of the start of the session AND submit the electronic evaluation for that session by 11:59 PM on October 26, 2019, will receive proof of CPD. No proof of CPD will be issued for participants who were recorded after 15 minutes of the start of the session OR submit their electronic evaluation AFTER October 26, 2019.

Proof of CPD will be added to the participant's CPD Transcript in their TASP profile account by November 2, 2019.

WS1: "From Roots to Leaves": A Deep Dive Into Social and Emotional Learning Frameworks,l Best Practices, and Connections
R. Keeth Matheny

WS2: Assessment of English Language Learners: Evidence-based Evaluation and Best Practice
Sam Ortiz

FS01 & KEYNOTE: TASP Legislative and Regulatory Update & 2020 Vision: Leadership in Focus
Marty Deleon & Cassandra Hulsey, and Leslie Paige, NASP President

FS02: School Shooting in a Small Town
Misty Lay, NASP Treasurer

FS03: Legal Update for School Psychologists - A Look at the Year in Review
Paula Maddox Roalson

FS04: The Neuropsychology of Traumatic Brain Injury: Overview and Assessment Considerations
Dr. Jennifer Morrison

FS05: Transforming Your School Through Social Emotional Learning
R. Keeth Matheny

FS06: Children's Mental Health Services in Schools
Dr. Rick Short

FS07: Un-Muddled Measurement: Straight Talk About Psychological Measurement and Score Interpretation
Dr. Alex Beaujean

FS08: Practical Play Therapy: Short Term Interventions for the LSSP
Kelly Martin

FS09: School-Based Mental Health Services Delivery Models
Dr. Nancy Razo, Mr. Adrian Garza, Dr. Traci Schluter, Connie Rodriguez, and Dr. Rick Short

FS10: It Takes a Village: Building Student-Centered Collaboration Teams
Cyndi O'Toole

FS11: The Engagement Factor: Capturing the Disengaged Student
Felisha Branford

FS12: Dying to be Thin: What School Psychologists Need to Know
Dr. Wendy Price, NASP President-Elect

FS13: School Psychologists as Social Justice Change Agents: Moving From Theory to Practice
Dr. David Shriberg

FS14: TEA Updates and Information from the Division of Special Populations
Deanna Clemens and Julie Wayman

FS15: A Problem-Solving Approach to Navigating Ethical Dilemmas in Multidisciplinary Threat Assessment
Shawna Rader Kelly and Dr. Laurie Klose

FS16: Changing Understandings of ADHD and Motivation
Dr. Thomas Brown

FS17: Trainers Session
Dr. Sarah Mire