Dr. Stewart completes visiting appointment at University of Otago in New Zealand

As part of her 18-19 sabbatical, Dr. Lisa H. Stewart, Psychology/School Psychology faculty, spent 6 weeks at the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand. While at the University of Otago, Dr. Stewart presented two Research Seminars, one titled “Early Childhood Language and Literacy Tiered Systems of Support: Key Components and Research Outcomes” and a second titled “Implementing Preschool Effective […]

Dr. Stewart publishes article on read alouds in young children

Dr. Lisa H. Stewart is a member of the School Psychology faculty and published the article “Joyful Learning with Stories: Making the Most of Read Alouds” with co-authors Kathleen Horst and Susan True in the March 2019 National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) journal Young Children. The article outlines best practices in implementing Repeated Read Alouds in […]

School Psychology graduate students, faculty attend conference

All 19 on-campus School Psychology Program graduate students, along with three third year interns and Dr. Olivia Melroe, Dr. Lisa Stewart and Dr. Peg Potter, recently attended the Minnesota School Psychologists Association Midwinter Conference in the Twin Cities. Second year students Adam Kessler, Grant Fodness, Sarah Bernhardt, Emily Dilliard and Ashley Doll presented posters based on their Master’s degree projects/thesis. […]

Dr. Stewart trains Americorps Reading Corps members for community service

Dr. Lisa Stewart, faculty in Psychology/School Psychology, trained school staff and community volunteers in early literacy strategies and assessment at the 18-19 Minnesota Reading Corps Summer Institute on August 13-16 in Minneapolis, Minn. Reading Corps provides important support to students PreK to Grade 3 (and Math Corps in Grades 4-8) across the nation, including many local and regional schools in […]

School Psychology faculty and students present, volunteer at ND MTSS conference

Eleven School Psychology graduate students volunteered and attended the ND MultiTiered Systems of Support conference on June 11, 12 and 13, 2018. Dr Lisa Stewart presented on “Accommodations, Modifications and Interventions: Untangling Terms and Clarifying Roles,” Dr. Mary Dosch presented on “Beyond Math Computation: Tier 2 Evidence Based Interventions Addressing Mathematical Thinking and Word Problems” and Dr. Stewart, student Grant […]