When Students Start Coming Back: Best Practice Reminders Regarding Safety Protocols; a review of CASP’s Position Paper and Q & A
1 hour running time
This webinar is not eligible for CEUs.
With vaccinations to educators in full swing, and a downward trend to case rates the hope is that we can have students return to schools safely.
Some of you have been doing assessments during this time of distance learning, but we also know some of you haven’t and have been doing your best with virtual assessments but may not be so sure what to do with in person assessments now that you can do them.
Danielle Christy has worked as a school psychologist, adjunct professor, Special Education director, and LEP. She completed her undergraduate degree from University of California, Davis and then went on to obtain her Master’s Degree from California State University, Sacramento. In 2010, she obtained her License as an Educational Psychologist (LEP # 3165) and in 2019, she completed a fellowship at the UCDavis MIND Institute. Currently she has a private practice in the greater Sacramento area. Danielle researches and is passionate about inclusion, autism, dyslexia, strength based assessments and UDL.
Dr. Hiramoto has 25 years+ as a school psychologist; 10 years+ as professor/program director of a masters and doctoral program in educational & school psychology; 7 years with the Diagnostic Center, North, CDE; and 5+ years as a school board member. He has provided professional development trainings statewide (including 25+ SELPAs and County Offices of Education, 25+ school districts, CASP and CASP Affiliate Associations), nationally and internationally. He has served many roles for CASP over the past 8 years: Including Region II Rep and is now serving as the Chair/Specialist of Assessment, Research, and Publication – and is the Editor of CASP Today. He has written and co-authored CASP Position Papers and the recent CASP Resource Papers-School Psychology Practice during COVID Series #1 and #2. Currently, he works full time as a school psychologist for Lodi Unified School District.