The New York Association of School Psychologists is preparing for the 2017 conference and we are now accepting paper submissions. This year's conference will be held at the Crowne Plaza in White Plains, NY on October 19-21, 2017. The theme of the 2017 NYASP conference is The Many Hats of the School Psychologist.
We will be discussing topics including educational equity, diversity and cultural responsiveness, restorative practices, social/emotional health and well-being, bullying, trauma and crisis intervention, assessment, preschool issues and interventions, ethics and legal issues with an emphasis on changing and emergent trends in each domain. We are soliciting papers from our membership that would reflect the theme and goals of the conference.
Priority will be given to proposals that align with the theme for this conference. Be sure to indicate whether your submission is for a presentation or poster.
Include a summary of your proposal (≤1000 words). Your summary should include:An overview of your presentation/posterPlease note whether you plan to present a paper or posterA brief review of how the information is new and relevant to the fieldExpected learner outcomes including the goal(s) and objective(s) of your presentationReferences for your citationsPlease use APA format for all submitted materials
Include a brief (less than 100 words) abstract of your presentation/poster to be included in the conference program.
Proposed submissions must be received by June 30, 2017. Maximum of 2 proposals per lead presenter. As we are a green organization, we will only accept electronic submissions. All questions should be directed to Jennifer Turetzky, Conference Committee at email@example.com. Please note all submissions will be blinded prior to review. Presenters will be notified of acceptance no later than mid summer.
If your proposal is selected you will be expected to register and pay the registration fee for either the full conference of for the day on which you will present if you do not plan to attend the full conference.