2016 NASP Convention

Save the Date for the NASP 2016 Annual Convention 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 ...
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MASP Summer Institute at Capacity

Once again, we have enjoyed a wonderful turnout for the MASP Summer Institute and are at full capacity before the conference begins. For reasons of comfort and, more importantly, for reasons of safety, we have no choice but to turn away anyone who is not already on our roster for the Summer Institute. So if you registered, we say, "Good planning! The conference will be terrific." To those who did not register, we say, "Aw, we will miss you. We hope to see you at another MASP event." Che...
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Save the Date! 35th Annual Summer Institute Announced

Save the Date! Tough Kids MASP is pleased to announce that Dr. WIlliam R. Jenson will return to Montana for a two-day workshop focusing on the practical management of behaviorally disordered/emotionally disturbed students (BD/SED), a topic he approaches with humor and pragmatism. We missed him 15 years ago, so now it the time to catch his presentation. The 35th Annual Summer Institute is open to all education staff, parents, care-givers, and professionals working with children and young a...
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2014 Fall Conference

2014 Fall Conference  “School Psychologists –Enhancing the role we play as service providers in children’s mental health” Student Success: Mental Health Matters Great Northern Best Western Hotel 835 Great Northern Boulevard (Located in Great Northern Town Center behind Brewhouse Restaurant on Lyndale Ave.) Helena, MT  59601 406-457-5500 October 15 – 17, 2014   Details, online registration and brochure are available on the 2014 Fall Conference page.
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Preregistration Opens

Register now for the 34th Annual MASP Summer Institute The Explosive Child: Collaborative and Proactive Solutions featuring Ross W. Greene, Ph.D. Join world-leading expert Dr. Ross Greene for a fascinating, two-day workshop exploring his empirically-supported Collaborative and Proactive Solutions model for working with challenging children. Open to all education staff, parents, carers and professionals working with children and young adults, this is a unique opportunity to hear Dr Greene d...
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Save the Date! 34th MASP Summer Institute in June

The Explosive Child: Collaborative and Proactive Solutions featuring Ross W. Greene, Ph.D. Join world-leading expert Dr. Ross Greene for a fascinating, two-day workshop exploring his empirically-supported Collaborative and Proactive Solutions model for working with challenging children. Open to all education staff, parents, carers and professionals working with children and young adults, this is a unique opportunity to hear Dr Greene discuss his model, first described in his book The Expl...
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2013 Fall Conference

“Emotional Disability or Social Maladjustment? - Best Practices in Assessing and Treating Aggression in Children & Adolescents” Hampton Inn 2301 14th St. SW Great Falls, MT 59404 406-453-2675 October 16 – 18, 2013 MASP is pleased to have Tammy Hughes, Ph.D. present for the 2013 Fall Conference Special Feature – Ethics mini workshop Presenter: Shawna Rader-Kelly, Ed.S., NCSP For more information click on the link on the side menu or go here – 2013 MASP Fall Conference page
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2013 Mentor Institute

Co-Teach and Collaborate …Boosting the Outcomes for Students and Educators 2013 Montana Mentor Institute   August 5-9, 2013   Holiday Inn Bozeman, MT   An institute sponsored by: OPI Division of Special Education OPI ESEA, Title I—Part A Program OPI Division of Accreditation MEA-MFT Learn practical strategies to maximize communication and collaboration between co-teachers Collaborate to determine roles and responsibilities based on teacher expertise and student needs ...
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Call for Action!

The Montana Legislature has convened and the US Congress are in session. Both bodies will be making some important decisions that will affect each one of us and the children, families, schools, and communities for whom we advocate. Be sure your representatives hear your opinion about how they can best serve the needs of children in Montana and the nation. See the new Advocacy Resources Page for details.
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MASP Member Honored

For 20 years, Sandee Sept has been quietly working to improve the lives of the children she meets. Most of the time, this goes unnoticed but the Helena Education Foundation not only noticed but recently honored Sept for her contributions. This took place at the annual event the HEF hosts to connect hundreds of community members with educators, philosophers and industry insiders from around the country . Read more.
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