Congratulations to Brian Daniels for successfully proposing his dissertation entitled,
EVALUATION OF THE ISIS TEACHER RATING FORM: RELIABILITY, VALIDITY, AND CLASSSIFICATION ACCURACY
Way to go Brian!
Many thanks to Amy Briesch and Greg Fabiano for serving on his committee.
“Response to intervention. The movement away from the correlational approach to short-term empiricism will do for school psychology what the forward pass did for football.”
Tyler successfully defended his dissertation entitled,
EXAMINING THE INFLUENCE OF INTERVAL AND OBSERVATION LENGTH ON THE DEPENDABILITY OF DATA
Way to go Tyler!
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Jacque Briesch: “Bringing Self-Management to the Masses by Improving Intervention Feasibility”
Brian Daniels: “Universal Screening for Social Emotional and Behavior Problems”
Matt DuBois: “A Randomized Trial of a Computer-Assisted Intervention Targeting Letter Sounds”
Betsy Hemphill: “Internalizing Behaviors: Evidence-Based Screening and Progress Monitoring Approaches”
Briesch, A. M., Volpe, R. J., & Ferguson, T. D.* (accepted for publication). The influence of student characteristics on the dependability of observation data. School Psychology Quarterly.
DuBois, M. R*., Volpe, R. J. (accepted for publication). A Randomized Trial of a Computer-Assisted Tutoring Program Targeting Letter Sound Expression via Incremental Rehearsal.
Matt will be presenting his poster at NASP in Seattle!
DuBois, M.R.*, & Volpe, R. J. (2013, February). Using Tutoring Buddy to Teach Letter Sounds to ELL Students. Poster to be presented at the Annual meeting of the National Association of School Psychologists, Seattle, WA.