The SISP conference will be held in McGill's Stewart Biology Building. This building, constructed in 1965, is located in the heart of Downtown Montreal and is known for it's two large theatres and the Phytotron, a large conservatory where plants are housed for study.
The Stewart building is located on the North-East corner of Docteur Penfield Avenue and Drummond Street (Promenade Sir William Osler) in the West part of the campus. The conference will take place in one of the large theatres, located in the north/south wings of the building, home to McGill's Teaching and Learning Services.
Stewart Biology Building
Room N2/2 or S1/3 (North wing and South wing entrances)
1205 Avenue Doctor Penfield,
For more detailed directions, please see the stewart biology website.
The SISP Student Committee and the Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology, in partnership with McGill's Faculty of Education is proud to present the McGill Summer Institute for School Psychology (SISP), which will be held on May 31 and June 1, 2018. The goal of this annual conference is to offer a high quality professional development experience for school psychologists and students across North America.
The McGill Summer Institute for School Psychology is a two-day conference to be held on May 31 and June 1, 2018. The conference includes a series of workshops presented by renowned scholars from Canada and the United States, including McGill's own Dr. Jeffrey Derevensky, as well as Dr. Jessica Toste, Dr. Sam Goldstein, and Dr. Jonathan Weiss.
The audience for this workshop will be school psychologists, educators, educational policy makers, counsellors, clinical psychologists, social workers, graduate students and other related personnel across Canada. The Summer Institute is the only opportunity in Eastern Canada for practising school psychologists to receive detailed information on modern evidence-based practices from international leaders in the field. In this fashion School/Applied Child Psychology Program at McGill University has the opportunity to become a hub of knowledge mobilization in the field of school psychology.
Hosted by SISP student committee, McGill University
& Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology