SASP Presents "Collaborative Team Building: Let’s Play!"

The Student Affiliates of School Psychology (SASP) are pleased to present a School Psychology Awareness Week event for School Psychology students and faculty:

“Collaborative Team Building: Let’s Play!”
Monday, November 11th
1:00 – 4:00 pm
Lowenstein Cafeteria Atrium

Learn to work as part of a team with SASP!
What is the difference between a group and a team?
Why do some teams succeed and others don’t?
What skills and dispositions do effective teams practice?
What are the essential ingredients in any well-designed team-building effort?

Presented by:
Jean Schult is a teacher and Department Leader for the Health and Physical
Education Department in the Somers School District, Westchester County, NY.
She teaches a curriculum in adventure education and is teacher and coordinator
for a unique Peer Leadership Program. She serves on the high school Leadership
Team, the district’s Professional Learning Communities CommiEee, and the Social
and Emotional Wellness CommiEee. In 1995, she received the “Amazing Person”
award from the New York State Association for Health, Physical Education,
Recreation and Dance. 

Cyndy Maloney, a Fordham graduate, brings 30 years of experience as a school
psychologist in the Somers School District. She is cofounder of Somers High
School’s longstanding Peer Communication as well as a member of the New York
Association of School Psychologists and the Putnam/Northern Westchester BOCES
Regional Crisis Team.  She serves on the district Whole Child Success Team, the
CommiEee on Special Education, the Crisis Intervention Team and the Science
Research Project Review Board.  Her work in Somers also includes advising
student council groups, assisting with the Regional Youth Leadership
Organization, and participating in community response activities.

Space is limited and open only to GSE School Psychology students and faculty.  RSVP to



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