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School Psychology graduate students present at NASP Convention

Grad Students Group photoFive School Psychology graduate students were selected to present their research at the 2011 Annual Convention of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) held in San Francisco, California. The research was completed as part of each student's Master’s Thesis. The Master’s Thesis is a requirement of the UW-Eau Claire Educational Specialist Degree program in School Psychology.  Congratulations to the students and their faculty mentors, Drs. Mary Beth Tusing and Mike Axelrod.

Elizabeth Krueger

Validation Study of Magnitude Discrimination Number Sense Assessment Measure (poster presentation)

Amber Zank

Training Individuals to Implement a Brief Experimental Analysis (BEA) of Oral Reading Fluency (paper presentation)

Brie Invie

Using a Self-Management Intervention to Improve Students' On-Task Homework Behavior at an After-School Program (poster)

Nicholle Breikjern

The Relationship Between Attendance at Preschool Programs and Literacy Skills (poster presentation)

Rachel McCarthy

Using Dynamic Indicators of Early Literacy Skills with ELL Students (round table discussion)