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UASP 2017 Fall Conference - Social Justice in Schools: Understanding Best Practice, and Action

  • 17 Nov 2017
  • 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • University of Utah, Fort Douglas Ballroom, University Guest House, South, 110 Fort Douglas Blvd, Salt Lake City, UT 84113

Registration

  • District/Institution discount for registering and paying for 10 or more participants (registration prior to 11/8/17).
  • District/Institution discount for registering and paying for 10 or more participants (registration after 11/8/17)
  • Not a member of UASP and not a full-time student (registration prior to 11/8/17).
  • Not a member of UASP and not a full-time student (registration after 11/8/17)
  • Enrolled as a full-time student but not a member of UASP (registration prior to 11/8/17).
  • Enrolled as a full-time student but not a member of UASP (registration after 11/8/17)
  • Current (2017-18) Member of UASP (registration prior to 11/8/17).
  • Current (2017-18) member of UASP (registration after 11/8/17)
  • A school psychology graduate student who is a student member of UASP (registration prior to 11/8/17).
  • A school psychology graduate student who is a student member of UASP (registration after 11/8/17)

Registration is closed
The 2017 Fall UASP Conference will feature David Shriberg, PhD as keynote speaker.  Dr. Shriberg is a school psychologist and Professor of Education at Loyola University Chicago. He has published and presented widely on topics related to school psychology and social justice, including being an editor of the book "School Psychology and Social Justice​: Conceptual Foundations and Tools for Practice." Dr. Shriberg was the founder and first co-chair of NASP's Social Justice Interest Group and is presently a member of NASP's Social Justice Task Force. He is a cohost of NASP's new social justice podcast #SP4SJ.

Objectives:

  • Participants will be able to articulate current best practices in social justice in schools and the research that underlies those best practices.
  • Participants will have an understanding of how to develop and lead an effective social justice initiative.
  • Participants will develop a social justice action plan tailored to their own context, situation, and values.


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