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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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Upcoming events

    • 26 Mar 2021
    • 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM (CDT)
    • Virtual

    Looking forward to seeing you at TASP's Spring Institute on March 26!

    Sessions cover a wide range of topics including:

    • Linking reading assessments, skill deficits, and grade level reading standards to the science of reading , presented by Caresa Dodson
    • Tootling: modifications to enhance social skills outcomes and classroom behaviors, presented by Margaret Crewdson
    • Progress monitoring English learners in reading, presented Rob Richardson and Caroline Cole
    • What school psychologists need to know about assistive technology, presented by Becky Adams
    • Utilizing behavior therapy techniques in the classroom, presented by Catherine Hallam
    • From Intern to Trusted Colleague, presented by Ron Roberts and Jennifer Polk
    • Choosing non-verbal tests, presented by Hillary Anderson & Steve McCallum
    • Fundamentals of creating a grassroots initiative to affect educational policy in Tennessee, presented by Teresa Bradley & Susan Clayton

    You may register on the tasponline.org or download, complete and mail the linked registration form.


    • Membership applications are available in the membership section of tasponline.org
    • The conference will be held virtually through Zoom
    • TASP is approved by the National Association of School Psychologists to provide continuing education for school psychologists. In order to receive NASP credit, participants must arrive on time and stay for the duration of the NASP approved sessions. Partial credit will not be given. 
    • For NASP credit, video screens must remain on to demonstrate the participant's presence throughout the session. Certificates will be mailed after attendance has been verified.
    • Refund Policy: Full refunds will be provided for pre-paid registrants after the conference if notification of absence was provided at least two weeks prior to the conference. Any cancellations received within two weeks of the conference will be refunded after the conference minus a $20 cancelation fee.  Submit cancelation requests to the TASP president at president@tasponline.org. 
    • Persons with disabilities or special assistance needs should email the tasp president with accommodation requests at least two weeks prior to the event to ensure complete access to the professional development activity. 


  • Resources from Mid-South Conference uploaded into Members Only page

Communities of Practice

Check out the Events tab for current events in your region 

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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Social Media Contacts: Carly Chwat or Christine Hingle

Questions? Email: tasponline@gmail.com


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