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To promote the educational and mental health of all children and youth

and

promote the interest of and to advance the profession of school psychology.


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What's New at MASP!

  • 2013 Mentor Institute Co-Teach and Collaborate …Boosting the Outcomes for Students and Educators2013 Montana Mentor InstituteAugust 5-9, 2013Holiday InnBozeman, MTAn institute sponsored by:OPI Division of Special EducationOPI ESEA, Title I—Part A ProgramOPI Division of AccreditationMEA-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*Explore the co-teaching approaches that enable co-teachers to work together to ensure the needs ofall students are met*Learn structural supports to initiate co-teaching*Learn powerful, practical strategies that increase student engagement while boosting motivation and achievement for all learners*Train-the-trainers session designed to support ...
    Posted May 22, 2013, 10:36 AM by Gordon Gilchrist
  • 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.
    Posted Feb 10, 2013, 1:48 PM by Rosanna Buehl
  • MASP Supervision Institute 2013 In relation to state licensing requirements, the Montana Association of School Psychologists in collaboration with the Office of Public Instruction will be offering supervision training for experienced Class 6 School Psychologists in the Spring of 2013. Successful applicants will have at least three years full time experience and be willing to offer supervision to Class 5 school psychologists holding an alternative license who are completing their formal internships within districts. The two day course will be based on the 2010 National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) Practice Model and taught by staff from the University of Montana, Missoula and members of the MASP Credentialing Review Board. This year training will be held at the University of Montana, Missoula on March ...
    Posted Feb 13, 2013, 10:06 AM by Rosanna Buehl
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