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Chair:  Kim Shur - kimshur@gmail.com

PD Committee Goals 

  • Provide needed training for school psychologists and state leaders. The focus again for this year will be Mental Health.
  • Offer opportunities to engage graduate student members in professional development activities.
  • Develop a plan for streaming existing professional development opportunities on the web to include the northern section of the state.
  • Engage actively and consistently with key policy decision makers at the local and state levels.

Upcoming MASP PD Events

January 3, 2022 - Early Childhood Mini-Series

Mondays from 3:00 - 500pm for 9 weeks

Dr. Stephen Bagnato will present Authentic Assessment for Early Childhood Intervention: Best Practices for Best Outcomes. This 9 session mini-series runs Mondays 3pm to 5pm, from January 2 through March 7, 2022. This course will help to prepare school psychologists and other interdisciplinary professionals, including speech therapists, OTs, PTs, teachers, behavior specialists, and social workers, to become important team members and crucial partners in the early childhood intervention field. While the focus of this series is early childhood, the content spans developmental stages and can be applied at various grade levels. Register with your team to receive a discount! To register, click this link:

Early Childhood Series - Authentic Assessment for Early Childhood Intervention

Webinars and Local Workshops 

If you know of a workshop and would like to post it, please contact us! maineasp@gmail.com 

**Please note that these workshops are not sponsored or endorsed by MASP. We do not take responsibility for the cost, content, or quality of these workshops, nor for whether they offer CEUs**



Recorded webinars; CEs available

NASP 2020 Baltimore Convention

For more information and to view: NASP CPD

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