Idaho School Psychologist Association
 

2013 Idaho Partnership Conference

  • 02 Oct 2013
  • 04 Oct 2013
  • Sun Valley Resort, 1 Sun Valley Road, Sun Valley Idaho
Partnering with Idaho CEC, Idaho DLD, and the Idaho State Department of Education reinforces this years theme that "Working Together We Can Effect Change". From October 2-4, 2013, the National Division for Learning Disabilities (DLD) Conference at the scenic Sun Valley Resort in Sun Valley, Idaho will include a wide range of topics from a diverse selection of presenters.

Presenters and Topics will include:

Paul Riccomini, Penn State University
Mathematics Intervention and Mathematics and Common Core State Standards

Eric Lambke, University of Missouri
RTI at the Middle School Level

Janette Klingner, University of Colorado
Content Area Literacy and Common Core State Standards

David Chard, Southern Methodist University
Reading for Students with Disabilities and the Common Core State Standards

Stacy Skalski, National Association of School Psychologist (NASP)
Implementing the NASP Practice Model

Ray Christner, Cognitive Health Solutions, School Based Mental Health
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Kristen Sayeski, University of Georgia
Evidence Based Practice

Bryan Cook, University of Hawaii
Evidence-Based Practices for Students with Learning Disabilities

David Bateman, Shippensburg University (Pennsylvania)
Special Education Policy Updates for Administrators

Louisa Moats, Moats Associates Consulting
Common Core and Students with Disabilities

George Batsche, University of Florida
Integrated Instructional Design using RTI/MTSS

Karen Erickson, University of North Carolina
Assessing CCSS for Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities

Jim Hanson, Portland School District
Establishing Patterns of Psychological Processing Strengths and Weaknesses

Milt Dehn, Schoolhouse Educational Services, LLC.
Instructional Strategies for Teachers Based on Psychological Processing Knowledge

Rebecca Zumeta, National Center for Intensive Intervention
Strategies for Students with Academic and Behavior Needs

Registration

Online registration will be available beginning May 1, 2013
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