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ASAIF is an open community of professionals who are interested in the development of a better understanding of the human intellect and its implications for the education of children.


The National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) has approved our recent application to provide Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credits! 

ASAIF can now give NASP-approved CPD credits.  School psychologists can now use attendance at our shorties and full-day workshops toward their required CPD hours.

Welcome to ASAIF’s Workshops

ASAIF is pleased to announce some training events
for the Spring and Fall 2014

Please register at least one week in advance!  We will have to cancel unless we have sufficient enrollment one week beforehand (longer for Jerome Sattler's workshop).
Location:  Manchester NH.  Most will be held at the Nackey Loeb School of Communications, 749 East Industrial Park Drive http://www.loebschool.org/.  Location in Manchester may change depending upon the number of participants.
Shorty Workshops run from 5 to 8 p.m. and include snacks.
Full-Day Workshops run from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and include a bag lunch.
Prices:  Shorties:  ASAIF Members: $35.  Nonmembers $45
               Full-Day Workshops:  $125 to $200 (See details. Look for early-bird
                 registration to save $25).

Click on EVENTS to obtain the registration forms.


Friday, September 12: Shorty (evening event): Writing Evaluation Reports: Beyond the Computer Printout.   Presented by John O. Willis, Ed.D., SAIF

Friday, October 17: Full-Day Event: Recent Developments in Behavioral, Social, and Clinical Assessment of Children. Presented by Jerome Sattler, Ph.D. (textbook included) **FULL**

Friday, October 24: Shorty: Kaufman Test of Educational Achievement (KTEA-3)

Friday, November 21: Shorty: Technology Based Interventions for the Learner with a High Incidence Learning Disability

Friday, December 12: Shorty: Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children®, Fifth Edition, for WISC-IV Veterans

Other Shorties and/or Workshops for this fall (2014):  

Q Interactive
WJ IV (probably early spring)
Trauma Sensitive Schools
Assessment of Reading
Essentials of Word Knowledge Skills
[Please email your interest to: jillahartmann@gmail.com]

Dietary Restrictions and Facility Access questions:  gingermentel@gmail.com


For More information, please click here.

John Willis with participants at the March 6 DAS-II shorty: (from L to R) Stephen Hardy-Braz, Grace Day, John Willis, Carol Stamm, Lisa Swasey, Sue Morbey.


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