Vermont Association
of School Psychologists


 Save the date for VASP's spring conference Friday April 7 at Castleton University with NASP's Stacy Skalski

Expanding the Role of School Psychologists


Conferences from other organizations:

 Vermont Council of Special Education Administrators - Winter Conference

Dr. Anita Archer will be presenting on Explicit Instruction: Effective and Efficient Teaching as a Key to Prevention and Intervention

Description: Dr. Archer is an internationally respected presenter on explicit instruction, and the winner of many awards honoring her excellence in teaching and contributions to the field of education. She co-authored the textbook, Explicit Instruction: Effective and Efficient Teaching. She gets rave reviews for her presentations: "I believe her strategies have the power to change the way teachers teach and students learn." 

Where: Sheraton Inn & Conference Center, Burlington

When: Friday, December 2, 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Audience: Classroom and Title 1 teachers, special educators, curriculum leaders, principals, SLPs, OTs and PTs, MTSS and PBIS team members, parents.

Links to brief Dr. Archer Youtube videos:  

To access further information about the December 2 session with Dr. Archer, and the December 1 afternoon session with Phyllis Wolfram from the national Council of Special Education Administrators (CASE) regarding policy and legislation, click here for the complete brochure. 

You can register for either or both sessions here.

Questions? Email junruh@vcsea,net or or call 802-595-5799

MASP Workshops and Full-Day Conference!

The Massachusetts Association of School Psychologists is pleased to announce a full-day conference.  All events will be held at the Red Barn event center on the Hampshire College campus in Amherst, MA

The Full-Day Fall Conference is on Friday, November 18th.  Dr. Dawn Flanagan will speak on Cross Battery Assessment, SLD Determination, and the Assessment Intervention Connection. 

Please check these out at where you and your membership can register at the member price.  Any questions, please contact us at

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