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2019 Annual Fall Conference 

November 7-8, 2019

GVSU Eberhard Center

301 W Fulton St.

Grand Rapids, MI

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General Sessions Presenters: 

General Supervision System: Role and Responsibilities of the MDE and ISDs in Ensuring FAPE by Teri Chapman, Director of the Office of Special Education for the Michigan Department of Education (MDE)

Evidence-based Behavior Interventions for Class-wide Implementation by Evan Dart, PhD, associate professor in the School Psychology Program at the University of South Florida. 

Interventions to Teach Appropriate Social Behavior by Evan Dart, PhD.

Contemporary Ethical Challenges in School Psychology by Susan Jacob, PhD, Professor Emeritus of Psychology, Professor and faculty member at CMU, and co-chair of the NASP's Ethical and Professional Practices Committee 

SLD Eligibility Within an MTSS Framework: Necessary Components for Effective Decision-Making by Kim Gibbons, PhD, Director of the Center for Applied Research and Educational Improvement at the University of Minnesota 

in addition:

An Expanded Definition of Fidelity within an MTSS Framework: Key Elements for Consideration by Kim Gibbons, PhD

Unlock the Mystery of Dyslexia by Anne Kloth and Lawrence Kloth

Is There a Better Way to Write Reports in Schools? by Susan Koceski, PhD

Getting the Most Out of Internship: Preparation for Graduate Students by Sharon Dusney

Making a Successful Transition from College to Career: Preparation for Graduate Students by Michele Millhouse, EdS, Jana Aupperlee, PhD, & Tracy Hobbs, MA

Mindfulness Strategies for Students with Histories of EI or Trauma by Rod Teeple

Key Drivers for Districts to Boost Secondary & Post-Secondary Outcomes for Students with Disabilities: A Longitudinal Predictive Model by Jerry Cullum, PhD, & Marcia O’Brien, EdS

APPSI-2: A New Measure for Assessing Students with the Most Severe Impairments by Sharon Bradley-Johnson & Carl Merle Johnson

Incarcerated Youth: A Voice From Within Locked Doors by Molly Boersma & Lauren Throne-Bonner

Caring 4 Students (C4S) Program: An Update on Medicaid Billing for School Psychology


Hotel Accommodations: 

Holiday Inn Grand Rapids Downtown 

310 Pearl St. NW 

Grand Rapids, MI 


Group Guest Room Rate: $139.00/night, standard double/double, single-quad occupancy 

Reservations Department: 616-235-7611

Discount Deadline: October 22, 2019


MASP has absorbed the cost of SCECHs, and as a result there is no longer an additional fee for those earning credits. We have also changed the way we apply and document SCECHs, so it’s no longer “all or nothing.” While we encourage your attendance at all sessions, each individual can earn as many SCECHs as they want by attending as many sessions as they want. That said, the state requires we award no less than three (3) SCECHs per individual, so you must attend a minimum of three (3) hours across the two-day conference.


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