The Hill Country Summer Institute 2021 is a two-day live broadcast virtual conference that addresses critical issues important to Educational Diagnosticians and Licensed Specialists in School Psychology. The HCSI 2021 website link will be added soon with the conference schedule, presenter bios, and session descriptions.
Sessions include by alpha order:
Dr. Ken Breslow, School Psychologist: Disability in the Context of Diversity
Dr. Dawn Flanagan, St. John's University: Advanced Training in the DD/C Method of SLD Identification
Elvin Houston, Attorney at Law: The Full & Defensible Evaluation
Dr. Sarah Mire, University of Houston: Special Topics in Autism Evaluations: Age, Gender, and Cultural Considerations
Dr. Vickie Mitchell and Dr. Corinna Villar Cole, Sam Houston State University: The Mysterious Functional Vocational Evaluation and How To Do It
Dr. Valerie Morgan, University of Houston at Clear Lake: ADHD/OHI and School-Based Evaluations for Students with Attentional Concerns
Dr. Jennifer J. Muehlenkamp, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire: Responding to Non-suicidal Self-Injury among Students
Dr. Kristen Padilla-Mainor, Baylor University: Assessments Based in Behavior Analysis for Student Evaluations and IEP Development
Dr. Joel Schneider, Temple University: Using CHC Theory to Better Understand Student Needs
Jim Walsh, Attorney at Law: Legal Update for Evaluation Staff
This conference will be presented via Livestream and will be recorded. Participants will receive 12.0 hours of CEs for the four sessions they view live.
We know that it can be difficult to choose what session you want to attend at a live conference. There might be two different sessions at the same time that look interesting. Have no fear! After the conference is over participants may access the recordings for all of the sessions through 8/2/21.
Viewing recorded sessions is for content only and does not earn additional CEs or NASP CPDs.
Participants must attend the live conference in order to access the recordings.
Post Conference "À la Carte" Conference Recorded Session Opportunity:
Participants who are unable to attend the conference on 6/14 and 6/15/21 may register for individual recorded sessions through eCampus.
À la carte recorded sessions are considered asynchronous professional development and will have quizzes and engagement features embedded in the Canvas course. Due to these quizzes/engagement questions, participants are able to earn 3.0 hours of eCampus CEs/NASP CPDs.
À la carte courses will be available 6/21/21 through 8/2/21 for $45.00 a session. These individual sessions are not in the eCampus registration system yet, but will be added soon.
Region 13 eCampus CEs: 12.0 Hours
NASP CPD: 12.0 Hours