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Mid-South Virtual Conference: registration now open

CoP Recordings from 8/10 and 8/13: visit members only section

July 2020 TASP Newsletter:  visit members only section

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Upcoming events

    • 19 Oct 2020
    • (CDT)
    • 20 Oct 2020
    • (CDT)
    • Virtual: WHOVA and Zoom

    Tennessee Association of School Psychologists (TASP) in conjunction with Alabama and Mississippi state associations, will be hosting two days of professional development and networking in October. Due to the pandemic, the conference will be held virtually through WHOVA and Zoom platforms. You may register and pay online or download a registration form and pay by check.

    We have a strong lineup of presenters, including:

    Dr. Byron McClure has designed and implemented evidence-based practices such as restorative practices, RTI, trauma responsive practices, and principles of SEL at Anacostia High School. As a result of this work, led by Dr. McClure, Anacostia HS recently won the 2019-2020 Whole Child Award. Dr. McClure has presented at the NASP national conference in San Antonio, Texas, Chicago, Illinois, Atlanta, Georgia, and most recently in Baltimore, Maryland. He was also a keynote speaker at the Florida Association of School Psychologists Summer Institute and recently at the San Diego County Equity Conference.

    Deanna Arvett (attorney and former school psychologist) is presenting two 3 hours sessions: One concerning the legalities of behavior and Manifestation Determinations and the other with legal implications related to COVID-19 and other hot topics

    Brooke Shuster is presenting a three-hour training on FACTS (Functional Assessment Checklist for Teachers and Staff), which provides a novel framework for completing FBAs.

About Us

The purpose of TASP is to promote equitable and quality educational opportunities for all persons.  Additionally, TASP strives to stimulate interest in and a better understanding of the role of psychology in the schools among professionals and other interested groups. We share ideas, techniques, and research which will help promote the professional competency and scientific growth of school psychologists. We also assist in the promotion of professional and ethical standards for the practice of school psychology in Tennessee. 

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Communities of Practice

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Member Benefits

Some of the benefits of being a TASP Member
  • Receive discounts on conference and workshop registrations 
  • Access to professional development through regional communities  of practice activities
  • Receive quarterly newsletters
  • Representation at both the state level with the TN DOE and the national level with NASP
  • Check out the Podcasts on the Membership page

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