Dr. Stewart, students present early math research at MnAEYC state conference

Dr. Lisa Stewart, Psychology/School Psychology and her early math research team—Ashley Doll, Kate LeBrasseur and Joshua Johnson—presented a session at the state Minnesota Association for the Education of Young Children (MnAEYC) – Minnesota School Age Care Alliance (MnSACA) state conference on February 3, 2017 in St. Paul, Minn. Their session was titled “Making Early Math Activities and Math Vocabulary in […]

School Psychology Faculty, Graduate Students Present at MTSS Conference

School psychology faculty and graduate students presented at a statewide MTSS conference. Dr. Lisa Stewart, school psychology faculty, and Alannah Dosh, school psychology graduate student, presented a session on “Increasing Knowledge of Evidence Based Practice in your Schools,” and Alyssa McDonough, school psychology graduate student, presented a session on “Mindfulness Practices Across Tiers” at the North Dakota RTI/MTSS Conference in […]

Lisa Stewart presents at NAEYC

Dr. Lisa Stewart, Professor of Psychology and Director of the School Psychology Graduate Program, and Minnesota Reading Corps colleagues Kate Horst and Dr. David Parker, presented a research poster at the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) annual conference in Orlando, Fla., November 20, 2015. The poster, “Successful Kids and Satisfied Teachers: Preschool Multi-Tiered Systems of Support […]

School Psychology faculty and student present on iPad apps and interventions

School Psychology faculty Dr. Lisa Stewart and Dr. Margaret Potter, and student Jessica Marohl, presented on iPad apps and interventions at the NW MN MSPA meeting. Stewart, Potter and graduate student Marohl shared information on iPad observation and assessment apps with regional school psychologists at the NW MN Minnesota School Psychology Association meeting on Friday, Nov. 15 in Moorhead.