Broadly, my research interests center on assessment, prevention, and intervention practices for students with reading and other learning disabilities. More specifically, I study the implementation of school-based multi-tiered systems of support (MTSS) and universal screening procedures for identifying students who are at risk for long-term academic difficulties. Currently, I teach graduate courses in the School Psychology Program, including introductory and advanced practicum courses.
Practicum in Assessment I (PSYC577)
Practicum in Assessment II (PSYC579)
Practicum in School Psychology (PSYC661)
Therapeutic Interventions in the Schools (PSYC594)