AI Couch Chat

We are truly better together and want to provide a safe space to ask questions and learn from each other. So get comfy on the couch, grab your lunch, and join us virtually for our March couch chat: The New Age of Artificial Intelligence in Psychological Processes (Friday, March 1, at noon). If you’ve got some free time, sign up now! Space is limited and this session will not be recorded – please do not register if you cannot attend live.  

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January 20, 2024 Board Meeting Summary

By Mike Giambona, Secretary/Treasururer and Kristin Makena, Interim Executive Director The CASP board convened virtually on January 20th, 2024 with a robust list of topics. The events summary showed that CASP’s Fall conference was a huge success with over 1,100 attendees. We are in the midst of opening registration for the virtual Spring Institute and planning July’s Summer Experience. Additionally, the CASP webinars page has been updated and provides CEUs for NCSPs and LEPs. Further, the CASP website has many resource papers available for school psychologists including the recently published CASP Ethics Committee guidance document on the strengths and possible pitfalls of AI in school psychology. A communications and marketing presentation outlined CASP’s work to coordinate with members and affiliates in utilizing social media to spread

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