Students, Faculty, and Alumni to Present at NASP Convention 2017

Posted on 2/15/2017 9:16:15 PM

Students, faculty, and alumni from the Educational and School Psychology Department are scheduled to present during the week of February 20, 2017, at the annual National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) Convention in San Antonio, Texas.

There are a total of five student presenters, three faculty supervisors, and one alumnus presenter. Below is a list of the presenting students and staff along with the titles of their presentations. A variety of topics to be discussed range from schoolwide positive behavioral support programs to preparation of school psychologists for credentialing as pupil services supervisors.

SWPBIS: Exclusive Exposure Compared to Divergent Disciplinary Interventions

  • Reitter, Summer
  • Thompson, Chelshea
  • Runge, Timothy

Navigating the Labyrinth: Partnering to Transition Students with High Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder (HFASD) into the World of Higher Education

  • Knicklebein, Becky
  • Grande, Anthony Ryan

Preparing School Psychologists for Credentialing as Pupil Services Supervisors

  • Kovaleski, Joseph
  • Hamilton, Alexa
  • Walker, Duan
  • Runge, Timothy

Assessment of Writing Skills Within Multitiered Systems of Support

  • Runge, Timothy

The Efficacy of Readers' Theater for Improving Reading Skills

  • Ferraro, Meghan

The NASP Convention offers learning and networking opportunities via more than 1,000 sessions offering a variety of pertinent topics in the field of educational and school psychology.