Seven School Psychology Graduate Students presented posters and Dr. Lisa Stewart presented two breakout sessions at the Minnesota Association of School Psychology (MSPA) MidWinterConference January 28 and 29 in Bloomington, MN.

Dr. Lisa H. Stewart presented a session titled “MultiTiered Systems of Support in Preschool: Focus on a Literacy and Math Rich Schedule” and copresented a session with MSUM School Psychology alumni Kelli McGovern titled “Tier II Math Interventions: Who, How, Lessons Learned.”

Poster presentations included: Emily Steinle & Dr. Mary Dosch, “Use of Class Dojo: Positive Reinforcement in a 3rd Grade Classroom;” Anne Langlois & Dr. Mary Dosch “Behavior Specific Praise and a Token Economy: Effects on 2nd Graders in a Tier II Social Skills Intervention;” Carly Drew & Dr. Lisa H. Stewart “Effects of a Class-Wide Token Economy on Fourth Grade Students Below the Line Reports”; Alyssa McDonough & Dr. Lisa Stewart “A Review of Tiered Mindfulness Interventions”; Kristen Boomer & Dr. Lisa Stewart “Teaching Math Vocabulary in Preschool: A Comparison of Techniques;” Alannah Dosch, Dr. Mary Dosch and Dr. Lisa Stewart “Resources for Improving Knowledge of Evidence-Based Practice in Schools” and Samantha Brunn & Dr. Lisa Stewart “Literacy Skills of English Language Learners.”

Four MSUM faculty and 23 School Psychology Graduate Students attended the conference, which included a lunch for the graduate students with current National Association of School Psychology president Todd Savage.