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2020 Virtual Fall Conference

Brave New World: Modifying Practices to Respond to a Pandemic...and Writing About It

The Thursday and Friday sessions will be offered both live and as a recording until Nov. 23. If you attend the recorded sessions, you will be required to complete a post-test to prove attendance.

Online evaluations will be required to receive your certificate of attendance. You will be provided the link to the evaluation at the end of the post-test. The certificates will be emailed to you upon completion of the evaluation.

Nov. 5-6, 2020

Thursday, Nov. 5
AM: Extended ODE Update including COVID-19-related Guidance (this is an ethics course)
Bernadette Laughlin and Joe Petrarca

AM: Legal Update (this is an ethics course)
Pamela Leis

PM: Conducting Psychological Tele-Assessment
A. Jordan Wright, Ph.D.

Friday, Nov. 6
AM: Writing Instruction for Struggling Writers & Students with Disabilities: Setting Up the Writing Classroom & Addressing Transcription Skills
PM: Writing Instruction for Struggling Writers & Students with Disabilities: Focusing on Composition Skills & Measuring Progress
Amy Gillespie Rouse, Ph.D.

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MCE/CEU Credits:
5.75 contact hours for Thursday, including 3.5 in ethics/professional conduct, 5 contact hours for Friday
College Credit:
One graduate credit through Ashland University will be available for those who attend all of the Thursday and Friday sessions of the OSPA Fall Conference.  The cost will be $180.