In an effort to improve the practice of school psychology at a national level, the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) holds an annual spring convention. We are proud that several IUP students and faculty members are participating in the NASP convention this year!
The 2012 convention will be held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, from February 21–24. NASP strives to deliver valuable information to school psychologists across the nation and improve practice for all school psychologists on a variety of topics.
This year’s conference will feature keynote speaker Diane Ravitch, who will be addressing how to reignite your passion for school psychology. This convention provides many opportunities, including the ability to connect with peers, experts, and legends, as well as gain valuable training and information regarding new and innovative strategies.
The NASP convention also provides many students and universities the opportunity to participate in presentations. These presentations allow convention attendees to examine various research projects that are going on around the nation and engage in conversation about important topics in the field.
The following IUP Educational and School Psychology students and faculty members will present at this years’ NASP convention in February:
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