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Please join us for a special webinar provided by Division 13 of the American Psychological Association!

Title: Program Evaluation Consultation: Partnering to Improve Outcomes for Students through School and District Consultation

Presenter: Dr. Julie Morrison, Associate Professor in the School Psychology Program at the University of Cincinnati

Summary: The purpose of this webinar is to increase participants’ understanding of the role psychologists can play as consultants engaging in program evaluation within education. The webinar will provide a brief overview of the variety of applications of program evaluation within the field of education. The Program Evaluation Standards will be reviewed as well as the American Evaluation Association (AEA) Guiding Principles (Revised in 2018) and the newly developed AEA Evaluator Competencies. Recommendations for partnering with school leaders in schools and school districts will be shared.

Date and Time: Tuesday, November 27th from 7 PM to 8:30 PM EST

Format: Online Videoconference

Fee: $50 per participant

CE Credits: 1.5. The Society of Consulting Psychology (SCP, Division 13) is approved by the American Psychological Association to Sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The SCP maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

Learning Objectives:
1. Describe at least two types of applications of program evaluation within the field of education.
2. Describe and define the standards, competencies, and dispositions that guide the practice of program evaluation: The Program Evaluation Standards, American Evaluation Association (AEA) Guiding Principles, and AEA Evaluator Competencies.
3. Discuss and describe how to utilize practical tactics for partnering with school leaders, school districts, and educational agencies.

Registration Link: https://www.societyofconsultingpsychology.org/webinar-program-evaluation-consultation-partnering-to-improve-outcomes-for-students-through-school-and-school-district-consultation

For questions or additional information about this session, including CE Specific information, please contact Daniel Newman (Daniel.newman2@uc.edu) or NaTasha Jordan (NJordan4@my.gcu.edu).