Dr. Lisa Stewart presented her research on preschool vocabulary enrichment at a symposium at the National Association of School Psychologists in San Francisco, Calif., Feb 25, 2011. Graduate students Sara Heimdahl and Tara Hanson were co-authors on the project. She also co-presented a research paper on establishing early literacy goals and targets using DIBELSNext with Dr. Roland Good and Dr. […]
Lisa Stewart, School Psychology, published in the popular “Helping Children at Home and School” series. Stewart’s article on Academic Local Norms provides educators and parents with a concise guide to developing and using normative academic information from the child’s own classroom, school and district. The article is part of the widely used NASP series that provides short articles for educators […]
Lisa H. Stewart, Psychology and School Psychology, has had three training modules selected for dissemination on the Research Institute for Problem Solving website. The three modules: Measurement, Screening, and Progress Monitoring, were developed for higher education training materials for the Minnesota Response to Intervention Center. One of the modules, Progress Monitoring, was co-authored by MSUM School Psychology graduate student Adam […]
Lisa H. Stewart, Psychology/School Psychology, planned and presented a Tier 1 Strand at an RTI conference in Bloomington April 7 & 8. She coordinated a two-day strand focusing on Tier 1 (Core) implementation and evaluation of the Response to Intervention (RTI) model in schools. She presented key sessions on the importance of high quality Tier 1, evaluation of Tier 1 programs, and problem solving at the Tier 1 level as part of the strand. Click headline to read more.
MSUM’s School Psychology Program has been notified that its Specialist degree program has received Full Approval from the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) after passing an extensive review process. NASP is an affiliate of the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE). The MSUM School Psychology Program has been NASP Approved since the beginning of the program approval process in 1988. The current approval runs through 2014. NASP Approval is critical for our students since graduation from a NASP Approved program is required for licensure in Minnesota and many other states.