Psycho-educational Considerations in the Assessment of Indigenous Students- MTS PD Day- 2019

  • MASP MTS day PD
    October 25, 2019
    8:45 am - 3:30 pm

The session will be facilitated by Dr. Todd Cunningham, a school and clinical psychologist and a faculty member in the Applied Psychology and Human Development department at the University of Toronto. Dr. Cunningham will provide a presentation on the assessments used by a project in northern Ontario Indigenous communities, the methods used to interpret results, the strategies used to consult with teachers, and the types of reports written (e.g. specific accommodations and modifications for the IEP). A case study will be presented to illustrate the process. This information will be helpful to those school psychologists who work in First Nations communities, as well as to those who assist students moving between First Nations or Indigenous communities and rural or urban school divisions.

MASP member tickets will only appear (at the bottom of this page) if you are a current paid member and logged-in.

Online registration accepts PayPal, Credit Card, Invoice, and Cheque options. If you wish to pay by Credit Card, choose the PayPal button. Then when on the PayPal page, scroll down and click "Pay with Credit Card".

During registration you will have the option to choose to attend in person or via webcast. If choosing the webcast option you will need to provide an email that will be used to provide webcast instructions.

8:15 – Registration and morning refreshments
8:45 – Workshop begins
12:00 – Lunch (on your own)
13:15 – Workshop continues
15:30 – Workshop ends

In the effort to be green, presenter notes will be emailed to registrants. You can choose to view them in your tablet or phone, or print out a copy (most office copiers can print double sided).


Venue Phone: 204–289-2000

Venue Website:

85 Israel Asper Way, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, R3C 0L5


Located beside The Forks (a vibrant market and beautiful and significant National Park), and the Esplanade Riel pedestrian bridge, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) is the first museum solely dedicated to the evolution, celebration and future of human rights. The PD will be located in the Manitoba Teachers’ Society Classroom. For lunch options, the ERA Bistro is located at the CMHR, with scores of venues at the Forks. The CMHR is accessible via abundant designated bike paths (carbon-free), local bus (carbon-reduced), or all-day parking for $9.00 (carbon-full).

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2 Responses to Psycho-educational Considerations in the Assessment of Indigenous Students- MTS PD Day- 2019

  1. John Mattys John Mattys says:

    Having trouble registering for October PD, please send link, thanks
    John Mattys

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