ISPRESC Online Conference Nov 2020 - Feb 2021
Assuring Equity in Access to Quality School-Based Counselling Services in Response to the COVID19 Pandemic
ISPRESC is pleased to announce its Online conference on the theme Assuring Equity in Access to Quality School-Based Counselling Services in Response to the COVID -19 Pandemic. The online conference will be delivered through a series of seven short webinars beginning November 15, 2020. The last Webinar is scheduled for February 21, 2021 Registration is free for the webinars and we encourage researchers, faculty, and students to register for the webinars. More details can be found below. All Webinars will be recorded and the videos made available to participants who cannot attend any of them due to time zone related challenges.
Webinar 01: Equitable Access to School -based Counselling Services in the context of Covid-19: The Counsellors Helplessness By Dr Chika Eze, Veritas University Abuja, Nigeria, November 15, 2020
Online Comparative School Counseling Research Conference
22-25 March 2020
The International Society for Policy Research in School-based Counseling is collaborating to support an international online conference on comparative research in school-based counseling that is being organized by the Bulgarian Comparative Education Society. The conference will be held online, 22-25 March 2021. Please plan to participate in order to promote the development of sound public policy that will support effective training and practice.
The mission of this conference is to establish a new comparative research field that could be called Comparative School Counseling Studies. Researchers, policy makers, policy advocates and graduate students will find the presentations to be relevant and stimulating
This research field would:
· Contribute to a better understanding of common features, similarities and differences in school counseling worldwide;
· Support transferring best school counseling practices and innovations between countries;
· Help improving school counseling training programs at colleges and universities; and
· Support the development of policy to support effective school counseling practice.
BCES just launched the website for this conference: https://csc-conf.one/. As you can see, ISPRESC features prominently. Three ISPRESC members will deliver keynotes and 2 members will serve as section chairs. In addition ISPESC Past-Chair John Carey is serving as the conference's co-chair.
Conference programs will be grouped into 3 sections:
· School Counseling Policies (at local, state/provincial, and national level)
· School Counseling Education & Training (at Bachelor, Master’s, and Doctoral level)
· School Counseling Practices (at primary, secondary, and tertiary education level)
Please consider submitting a proposal for a presentation at the online conference and encourage colleagues to do so as well. Clear instruction for doing so can be found on the conference website. Proposals are due 12 February 2021. Please also see the conference website for information on publication opportunities.
ISPRESC members have a lot to contribute and we need to have a strong showing at this conference