MASP is the only Michigan organization that represents school psychologists at the state and local level and conducts important activities on your behalf. Through professional development, advocacy, governance, and publications the board at MASP works hard to represent school psychologists throughout the state of Michigan.
Due to updates being made by the Michigan Department of Education, all registrants who have a certificate/license issued by MDE MUST provide their PIC# on the SCECH Registration Form at any conference in order for credits to be properly awarded. This document contains more detailed information, and it also includes directions for locating your PIC#.
Save the date for the NASP 2016 Annual Convention, held February 10–13, 2016 in New Orleans, LA! Plan to join thousands of school psychologists enhancing their skills, discovering new strategies, and refueling their excitement for the profession. Described as “relevant” and “eye-opening”, this convention is your chance to break from your routine and reinvigorate your practice. You’ll connect with school psychologists from around the country and come away with valuable knowledge about what works in their districts. Topics include cognitive, academic, and social–emotional assessment; evidence-based academic and behavioral interventions; school psychologists as mental health service providers; support for English language learners; and more. Locate materials to convince your supervisor to approve your attendance, see registration details, and find deals on hotel room rates and more at www.nasponline.org/NASP16.
MASP will apply to award SCECHS for this conference and will post the needed documentation forms to this website as the conference approaches.
Office of Professional Preparation (OPPS) announced that school psychologists may use District Provided Professional Preparation Development (DPPD) to renew and advance their professional certificate as of May 14th, 2015. The employing district provides verification that the DPPD meets the criteria for recertification. Learn how to document your DPPD for credit by following the links in this document.
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