School Psychology department presents work at national convention

School Psychology faculty, current students and alumni from Marshall presented two papers and five posters at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention in Atlanta, Georgia. Topics presented at the weeklong conference included disproportionality in special education, peer tutoring to improve social skills, diagnosis of intellectual disabilities using adaptive behavior, predictive validity of a reading program, establishment of reliability of an internship instrument, reduction of suspensions and expulsions using PBIS, and muti-tiered services used to address behavioral and emotional needs.


Photo: Katelyn Weiger, Sandra Stroebel, Clare Teti, Lanai Jennings, Conrae Lucas-Adkins and Barbie Norvell attended the National associate of School Psychologists annual convention. Presenters not pictured included Sarah Barnett-Virgin and Karen Cummings.