Let’s

grow together…

The National Association of School Psychologists’ 2023 theme for School Psych Week was “Let’s Grow Together.” With that in mind, we want to invite you to a special offer!

But wait… we decided to create this offer not just for school psychs but all assessment professionals, including education specialists, speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, and more!

If we want to grow together, we need to do this as a team.

How often have you attended a training and thought, wouldn’t it be great if the rest of my team heard the same information?

This is your chance.

These five topics were chosen because we have found assessment professionals interested in deepening their knowledge in these areas.

Many of you are aware that we have been providing blog posts for over two years now, and guess what? We chose these topics based on which blog posts you read most often.

What topics are most popular, you might be asking?

Writing reports that are meaningful and helpful to families. Learn the art of writing parent-friendly reports that bridge the communication gap between educators and parents.

Explaining results in a manner that is most useful for the team. You just completed your comprehensive evaluation of the student. You wrote a legally defensible report. Now, you just need to explain it to a parent and the team. How do you do this in a succinct manner?

Understanding how to respond to requests for dyslexia, dyscalculia, & dysgraphia. When parents and teachers use these terms during meetings, some assessment evaluators are unsure how to respond. How do we evaluate for these learning disabilities, and how do we respond verbally in meetings and in our written reports?

Delving into the “requires special education” prong of all areas of eligibility. All eligibility classifications require that the team determine if the student “requires” special education. But what does this mean, and how does the team determine this?

Executive functioning skills impact our students with attentional concerns, those on the autism spectrum, and many students in general and special education. What are executive skills, and how/when should we evaluate them?

  Purchase all 5 trainings as a bundle or separately!

Last day to purchase is April 30th 2024

Your access ends November 1st 2024

Your Investment

$47/person

We also have discounts available for students and group discounts for school districts that want to purchase access for their teams.

I am a District

group discounts available

I am a Student

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Purchase the 2023-2024 Trainings Separately Below!

Writing Parent-Friendly

Reports

 

Responding to Evaluation Requests for Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, and Dysgraphia

Considerations for “Requiring Special Education”

Explaining Evaluation Results Succinctly

Evaluating Executive Functioning Skills

what other professionals have to say…

check out these member success stories

“I have attended several trainings by Jenny in my current and previous district. As an administrator, I continue to reach out to Jenny to support new psychologists with PSW and for ongoing professional development with veteran psychologists. Jenny’s virtual and in-person trainings are supportive, engaging, and informative. She is able to convey difficult concepts in practical terms, and psychologists leave with a better conceptual understanding of PSW. Jenny ties in her personal experience as a previous school psychologist as well as her current experience as a practicing LEP. Psychologists at all levels receive practical knowledge that they can apply throughout their careers. Even in refresher courses, I learn something new! She keeps up-to-date with legal changes and revisions, so her trainings are always the latest and greatest information out there. Staff welcome Jenny back every year and are grateful for the opportunity to receive a training from her. Her website and memberships supplement her trainings well, so you can get continuous support year-round. I highly recommend her to all school districts!”

Valerie V., Administrator

“Jenny’s information and resources are so valuable. As a veteran school psychologist, I consult her membership sites often and am always amazed at the quality of guidance and resources. Jenny is always accessible to answer complex questions that others in our field may not know. I highly recommend Jenny to all school psychologists, regardless of their level of experience.”

Gina S., Psychologist

“Jenny explains things in a way that just makes sense. Her services would benefit anyone in special education. I have gained so much knowledge from Jenny and recommend her to other school psychs I know.”

Robin L., Psychologist

frequently asked questions

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How will I watch the trainings?

Once you purchase either the bundle or a training separately, a welcome email will be sent to you with your login details and instructions. If you have any questions, please reach out to support@jennyponzuric.com.

Will there be handouts available?

Once you have made your purchase and logged in, there will be a button to click that allows you to download handouts. If you have any questions, please contact support@jennyponzuric.com.

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When is the last day to purchase the replays?

April 30, 2024

How long will I have access to the replays?

Your access ends on November 1st, 2024

hi, i’m jenny ponzuric!

I am a Licensed Educational Psychologist bringing my background in school psychology, university teaching, and training of special education team members to my business.

Combining my education, experience, and dedication to students struggling in school, I consult, coach, and train educators who support them.

Working in the field of school psychology for over 20 years, I expanded my knowledge and expertise in assessment by obtaining my post-graduate certificate in School Neuropsychology.
Building on individual school site trainings, I also provide district-level and SELPA-level trainings on topics such as the Pattern of Strengths and Weaknesses (PSW) Model for identification of Specific Learning Disabilities (SLD), as well as, Multi-Tier System of Supports/Response to Instruction and Intervention (MTSS/RtI²).

My expertise in learning and training expanded as an administrator in a county-wide teacher support services program that assisted special education teachers in clearing their credentials and obtaining added authorizations. Working collaboratively with a team, I wrote curriculum and trained teachers in areas such as behavior, literacy strategies, and a wide range of IDEA areas of eligibility.

I have taught at numerous colleges and universities in Southern CA, including Pepperdine University, CSU Northridge, and Moorpark College; most recently, I was an adjunct professor in Phillip’s Graduate University’s School Psychology graduate program.

I began working full-time in my business in January 2016 to follow my passion for assisting struggling students and impacting the systems by providing professional development and consultation services to school districts.

Have any questions? Use the form below or drop us an email at support@jennyponzuric.com. Our team will happily answer any questions you have within 24 hours.

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