Let's talk assessment in our LinkedIn group!

Join PAR's discussion group on our LinkedIn page!

Originally started as a group for our University Partnership Program, we’d like to invite all PAR Customers to join our group where you can ask questions about—or share your experiences with—our assessment products. The group is designed to encourage the discussion of academic uses, research pursuits, and assessment instruction using PAR proprietary instruments. Whether you are teaching students how to use assessment products and looking to share ideas with other instructors, using a PAR product and looking to connect with other users, or simply wanting to discuss assessments with other professionals, this group is an open forum for discussion on the use of PAR products. 

Join the discussion! https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8668065

 

Congrats to the NASP TSP Poster Winners!

Last week, during the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) Annual Conference in Atlanta, PAR sponsored the Trainers of School Psychology (TSP) poster session. Of 37 submissions to the poster session, three were randomly chosen as winners.

 PAR is proud to announce these three posters as winners of the TSP poster contest!

 

Best practices in enhancing suicidality assessment skills using simulated patients

Stefany Marcus, PsyD, and Alexa Beck, MS, Nova Southeastern University

 

An empirical study of the perceptions of program accreditation by university program coordinators

Alana Smith, Ashley Carlucci, Dr. Jim Deni, Dr. Elizabeth M. Power, St. Rose University


Teaching psychoeducational assessment: Putting evidence-based practice to work

Sandra Glover Gagnon, Hannah Walker, and Haley Black, Appalachian State University

 

 

Congratulations to the winners and thank you to all the participants!

 

 

 

New BRIEF-P white paper available!

PAR is proud to announce we have added a white paper to the BRIEF-P product page. This resource will help users learn more about enhanced interpretation of BRIEF-P ratings. The BRIEF-P is the first standardized rating scale designed to specifically measure the range of executive function in preschool-aged children.

 You can find the new white paper under the Resources tab on the BRIEF-P page or via direct download from parinc.com/BRIEFP_white_paper.