Jennifer James

Affiliate Professor
B.A. Special Education, Hope College
M.Ed. School Psychology, Loyola University Chicago
Ph.D. School Psychology, Loyola University Chicago
Office: 2140 Au Sable Hall
Phone: 616-331-2406
Email: jamesje1@gvsu.edu

Office Hours

Specialization

School Psychology

Courses Taught

PSY 326 - Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities
PSY 410/510 - Tests and Measurements
PSY 642 - Assessment Practicum
PSY 671 - School Psychology Practicum Seminar

Research Interests

My research interests focus primarily on prevention, intervention and special education supports in the schools.  More specifically, I have an interest in intensive behavioral interventions such as functional behavior analysis/behavior intervention plans and wraparound supports within a Multi-Tier Support System in the schools.  My previous research has also focused on School Psychologists as leaders in the schools and identity construction of students that have attended a bilingual immersion school.

Publications and Presentations

Shriberg, D., Satchwell, M., McArdle, L., James, J.M. (2011). An exploration of school psychologists’ beliefs about effective leadership practice in school psychology.  School Psychology Forum, 4(4), 8-21.

Shriberg, D., Satchwell, M., Mills, J., McArdle, L. (2008, February).  Defining leadership in school psychology: NASP member and leader perspectives.  Paper presented at the NASP Convention, New Orleans, LA.

Mills, J. & Reyes, S. (2007, April).  Equitable assessment of English Language Learners.  Presented at Loyola University Chicago CHAPTER Conference, Chicago IL.

Reyes, S. & Mills, J. (2007, December). Limited language proficiency or exceptionality: How to know, what to do?  Presented at the IAMME State-wide Conference, Oak Brook, IL.



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