New Jersey Association of School Psychologists


Friday, May 8, 2015 

Holiday Inn 

East Windsor, NJ

The Neuropsychology of Reading Disorders: Diagnosis and Intervention

Steven G. Feifer, D.Ed., ABSNP 

School Psychologists: Please join us and bring your administrators and school specialist colleagues to this informative and timely workshop given the recent passage of three new dyslexia-related laws in New Jersey. 

Spring Conference 2015

Enrollment Open for SEL101, Starting April 26 Are you a current or aspiring school leader who cares about social-emotional learning, character development and school culture and climate? Starting this month, you can earn an online, professional credential in SEL, CD and SCC. SEL101, the first of three courses from the Academy for Social-Emotional Learning in Schools, begins April 26. The four-week course, offered entirely online through a partnership between Rutgers University and the College of Saint Elizabeth, explores the foundations of SEL, as well as recent research and innovation in the field. Successful completion qualifies participants to register in SEL201, specifically for school leaders, and SEL301, a leadership practicum that begins this fall and leads to a Certificate in School Leadership for Social-Emotional Learning and Character Development. The cost of the first course is $129, and full-program discounts are available. To apply and learn more, please visit selinschools.org.


podcastThe RTI Action Network offers instructional video and audio content to highlight some of the important issues related to RTI. Currently we are featuring a video series from leading experts on a variety of RTI topics.  Click the link below to view the video series. 

   RTI- Based SLD Identification Toolkit Webinar

SWIFT is a national center whose mission is to help educators provide the kind of academic and behavioral support that will result in excellence in education for all students, including those with the need for specialized resources and support.

The SWIFT technical assistance system engages the whole school community in ways designed to positively transform learning outcomes for all students. It combines the strengths of general and specialized educators by supporting them in working collaboratively when teaching the grade level curriculum.  Click the link to get more information:  SWIFT


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Upcoming events

Friday, May 08, 2015 7:30 AM • Holiday Inn East 399 Monmouth Street Windsor NJ
Thursday, June 11, 2015 5:30 PM • NJEA Building Trenton NJ
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