Cognitive Science Program, Psychology Department, Earth & Environmental Sciences Department, and College of Education present "Understanding and Promoting Spatial Learning in the Geosciences: Forming a trading zone that encompasses cognitive science and a disciplinary natural science." Dr. Tim Shipley, from Temple University will present findings from an interdisciplinary research program on spatial reasoning in the geosciences.
Join the College of Education for its 1st Annual "Crucial Conversations Series Dialog". Counseling Psychology Professor Nicole Johnson will moderate a dialog between Dr. Joseph Roy, Superintendent of the Bethelehem Area School District and Dr. Peter Langman, Psychologist/Author/Trainer and Counseling Psychology alum who is an expert on school shootings.
The week-long Symposium begins on Sunday evening with a dinner and keynote address by the newly appoint head of the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) and concludes on Friday with the National Case Law Update (lunch included).
Eight, all new, litigation “hot topics” (three hours each) are offered Monday through Thursday to registrants who choose the advanced section. An added option for attorneys (only) this year is a one-hour Ethics session over lunch (included) on Wednesday.
For those registrants new to special education law, the basic section offers foundation knowledge in three-hour sessions: IDEA overview/legal terminology,...