School Psychology Faculty and Student at National Conference in Boston

The School Psychology graduate program faculty and students attended the National Association of School Psychology (NASP) annual convention in Boston, MA on Feb 14-18, 2022.  Faculty members Dr. Mary Dosch, Dr. Peg Potter, and Dr. Lisa Stewart also attended the Trainers of School Psychology conference on Feb 14 and presented a poster titled: “We Saved Our Program:  If We Weren’t […]

Dr. Stewart presents on ‘Building Back’ after COVID

Dr. Lisa H. Stewart, MSUM School Psychology/Psychology co-presented with Literacy Lab Coach and Trainer Kimberly Parker at the national (virtual) Teachstone Interact Now 2021 CLASS Summit on March 25, 2021.  Their presentation was titled: ” Building Back by Reframing COVID “Learning Loss”.  The focus of the presentation was on thinking about the term “learning loss” in the media and conversations […]

Dr. Stewart presents to local educators about early literacy and read alouds

On Friday, Nov. 6, Dr. Lisa Stewart, School Psychology, presented to Moorhead schools’ preschool Jumpstart, ECFE, and other teachers and staff on the topic “How to Choose your Repeated Read Aloud Book.” The teachers applied anti-bias book selection criteria, practiced selecting vocabulary including early numeracy vocab and discussed other factors related to selecting books that work well for an interactive […]

Reading Corps vocabulary intervention article published by Dr. Stewart, colleagues

A Reading Corps Vocabulary Intervention Article was published by Dr. Lisa Stewart, School Psychology, and colleagues. The article “Outcomes of a Vocabulary Intervention Implemented by Community AmeriCorps Members,” was recently published in School Psychology Review. Dr Stewart and co-authors David Parker, Ruth Kaminski, Susan Thomson, and Sandy Pulles worked with Americorps Reading Corps members to implement a vocabulary intervention for […]

Dr. Stewart, School Psychology graduate students attend ND MTSS conference

Dr. Lisa Stewart, School Psychology/Psychology, presented two sessions and 13 School Psychology graduate students volunteered at the ninth annual North Dakota MultiTiered Systems of Support conference on June 10, 11, and 12 in Fargo. Dr. Stewart’s sessions were titled “Accommodations, Modifications & Interventions: Untangling Terms and Clarifying Roles” and “How to Select Evidence-Based Interventions.” Over 400 educators from across North Dakota and northwest […]