Professional Learning Committee

The Professional Learning Committee exists to provide and manage professional learning opportunities for the Association. 

  • The North Carolina School Psychology Association (NCSPA) is a professional organization that supports and advocates for school psychologists across North Carolina to provide comprehensive services that reflect best practices in the field of school psychology.
  • Professional Learning events are designed to provide quality professional development opportunities for not only school psychologists, but also administrators, school counselors, and all other professionals supporting students within a multi-tiered system of support.
  • NCSPA seeks high-quality and effective presentations bridging the latest research and promising practices to:
    • Advance the professional status of school psychologists
    • Promote and maintain high standards of psychological services
    • Promote the development of sound educational practice for the total school program
    • Promote and advance school psychology as a distinct, viable profession within the state and to serve as a vehicle of communication for the profession
    • Provide opportunities for the exchange of professional ideas and partnership among school psychologists

 


NCSPA Upcoming Professional Learning

LLC Save the DateFor members only

LLC May

The NCSPA Regional Representatives invite you to participate in a free virtual watch part of Pushout: The Criminalization Of Black Girls In Schools for school psychologists in NC.

  • Sunday, May 22 - 2:00pm-5:00pm OR
  • Wednesday, June 1 - 11:00am-1:15pm

Save the Date!

NCSPA Fall Conference - October 23-25, 2022 - Cary, NC


NASP Sponsored Events & Resources 


Online & Recorded Professional Learning

NCSPA

NASP

  • The NASP Social Justice Committee (SJC) is pleased to announce the 2021-2022 National Book Read, Decolonizing Trauma Work by Renee Linklater, PhD. The SJC has developed an accompanying guidance document to offer a structured way to engage in discussions.
  • NASP On-Demand webinars($30 for members, $45 for non-members)

NCDPI

Other


Podcasts & Blogs

For additional school psychologist resources, please visit the NASP Publications and Resources page, the NASP Communications Resources page, and the NASP Online Learning Center.

School Psychology Twitter Hashtags 

Grow your Professional Learning Network on Twitter! 

  • #NCSPAadvocates
  • #NASPadvocates
  • #NASPonthehill
  • #NASPGPR
  • #NASPgumby
  • #sp4sj 
  • #itsalwaysabouthechildren
  • #schoolpsyc
  • #schoolpsychologists
  • #SEL
  • #schoolpsychschangelives
  • #todayinschoolpsychology

The Professional Learning Committee shall:

  • Maintain NASP and APA approved provider accreditation for the Association
  • Review NCSPA Professional Learning sessions, including Fall Conference, to ensure that CPD criteria are met
  • Collaborate with Regional Representatives to create professional learning opportunities
  • Collaborate with other agencies (DPI, NASP, AHEC, etc.) to inform members about professional learning opportunities
  • Develop alternative methods for professional learning opportunities, such as webinars and other online platforms
Contact Professional Learning Committee