MSAD #22 - Hampden, Newburgh & Winterport
• Maine certification 093 or licensed Psychologist require
• Successful candidate must be able to provide psycho-educational evaluations on students K-12, participate in IEP meetings, have an understanding of Maine special education regulations and the RTI process, strong consultation skills, and the ability to work with staff and parents.
Someone to do evaluations for MSAD 70, 14 and Southern Aroostook. We will try to coordinate our evaluations so that they can hit all the schools in a day or two.
Director of Special Services- AOS #48
MSAD #70- Ph: 532-9294 Fax: 532-4349
MSAD #14- Ph:448-2882
School Pyschologist: Lewiston Schools:
Qualifications: PhD in psychology or equivalent with 45 graduate hours in school psychology or related are in addtion to an internship. Meet competency requiremens as set forth in R. 340.1156 of Special Education Rules. The school psychologist will evaluate pupils referred through the special education process, and present a report to the IEP team. Knowledge of eligibility criteria for special education services is essential. Person will also provide consultation school programs and individual student programs.
Application process is through electronic submission of materials at: www.lewistonpublicschools.org.
For more information regarding submission of application matterials, contact Linda McLaughlin, Human Resources, Lewiston School Dept, 36 Oak Street, Lewiston, ME 04240. 207-795-4100.
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The University of Southern Maine is pleased to announce that the M.S. in Educational Psychology with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis will be offered online starting in Fall 2013. This M.S. degree includes the courses needed to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. The degree includes 36 credit hours and can be completed either full-time or part-time. The online courses are offered using a synchronous online format using Adobe Connect. Students attend classes by logging on to their computers at the specified time each week. Classes meet at either 4:10 or 7:00 pm so that those currently working in schools can attend. In addition to completing the courses, those seeking the BCBA must also complete 1500 hours of internship under the supervision of a BCBA and pass the national exam. The BCBA has been included as an approved service provider in recently proposed revisions to Maine’s Chapter 101 Special Education regulations. More information about the M.S. degree can be found at: http://usm.maine.edu/
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