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 NJASP

New Jersey Association of School Psychologists

Professional Development Committee Information

Committee Chairs:  

John Lestino and 

Dale Starcher

PDC Meetings are typically held at the NJEA building in Trenton.

Please email John Lestino for more information.


Professional Development and GPR committees model collaboration!

  • Development of practice resources on the role of the school psychologist
  • Participated in long range planning
  • Members presented at NJCIE conference
  • Meetings with the following state leaders to discuss issues affecting school psychologists including the identification of specific learning disabilities, social emotional learning, multi-disciplinary teams


Featured Professional Development Opportunities

Executive Functioning and Practical Implications

 Click here for more info!




Resources for the NJ School Psychologist

"THE ROLE OF THE SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST IN... "

A series of practice resources devoted to the role of the school psychologist

Check out the first in a series of practice resources devoted to the role of the school psychologist.
The Role of the School Psychologist in Behavior Assessment and Consultation

Click here: NJASP Behavior Assessment and Consultation Document.pdf 

NJDOE SEL

ATTENTION NJASP MEMBERS

NJ STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION PASSES WITH UNANIMOUS APPROVAL

SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING COMPETENCIES 

NJASP/NJDOE Committee Participants;

 Barry Barbarasch, Debbie Keeney, 

Dale Starcher

SEE BELOW: 

NJ STATE BOARD SEL RESOLUTION

NJDOE SEL WEBSITE


Professional Development Opportunities

Burlington County School Psychologists are sponsoring an amazing full day workshop!

Friday, March 29

Executive Functioning and Practical Applications

Presented by: Dr. Peter Isquith 

Cooperative Extension of Burlington County

Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station

2 Academy Drive

Westampton, NJ 08060

AM: Overview of Executive Functioning and how it contributes to a wide range of clinical conditions, review of assessment instruments

PM: Q & A and practical application related to the morning session

Dr. Isquith is the co-author of the BRIEF, BRIEF-2 and other instruments. He is a Licensed Psychologist who specializes in pediatric neuropsychology and has conducted research primarily in the area of disorders of self-regulation in children and adolescents.

There is no charge for this workshop and NJASP thanks Psychological Assessment Resources (PAR) for the sponsorship. 

To register: Please email John Lestino to register - Send your name and your district please. This workshop is apt to fill quickly, so don't delay!

NJASP 3 CEUs offered for full day workshop




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