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Spring Conference: March 22, 2024

Morning Session: Artificial Intelligence: From Fear to Inspiration With Nicole Karod

Nicole Karod, is a math and science teacher at Mt. Ararat Middle School and is currently in her second year as an ambassador for the Maine Department of Education's MLTI program. Her passion for teaching and helping other educators has been evident throughout her 19 years of experience in the field. As an ambassador, she has had the opportunity to focus on artificial intelligence and has led multiple professional development opportunities across the state, helping other teachers incorporate this new technology into their practice and classrooms.

Afternoon Session:Supporting Equity & Inclusion With the Gorham School Psychologists 

The afternoon session will review new DOE Policy and Resource guide to provide support and guidance of best practices on how to identify a multilingual learner as eligible for special education services.  The presenters will also provide a history of disproportionality in special education and the implications of over and under-identification of Multilingual Learners, as well as provide tips on how to utilize your Multilingual Learner Specialists and work with interpreters effectively

Friday, March 22, 2024 

Registration begins at 8:00 AM

8:30am to 3:30pm 

Harraseeket Inn 

Freeport, Maine

March 22, 2024 Brochure.pdf

Registration Information 

Full Day registration includes continental breakfast, lunch, and afternoon snack 

MASP Member Pricing - $125 

Non-Member Pricing - $150

Retired/Student Pricing - $75


You are cordially invited to come celebrate the award winners for 2024!  Come find out who is MASP's School Psychologist of the Year 2024!

When: March 22nd, 2024

Where: Harraseeket Inn, Freeport, ME

Time: 3:30 PM (immediately following the conference)

Please RSVP: Awards Ceremony

Who are School Psychologists?  What can they do for you?

2021 Practice Model Brochure FINAL WEB.pdf

Who Are School Psychologists Infographic_2020.pdf

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