Applied Educational Psychology Capstones: '10 Teachers, 10 Books, 10 Pens Can Change the World'

Apr. 30, 2019

Students in the MA in Applied Educational Psychology program will deliver their spring 2019 capstone presentations on Friday, May 3, 5:30-7 p.m. in Webster Hall, Room 219/220.

All are welcome to view these presentations, organized around the theme, "Ten Teachers, Ten Books, Ten Pens Can Change the World," hosted by Debbie Stiles, professor and chair of the program.

The Applied Educaitonal Psychology program applies knowledge of psychology to improve the lives of others, especially children and adolescents in schools.

Below are the presenters and their topics:

  • Keely Korstanje, Collection of Reflections on Teaching with Limited Resources in Ghana
  • Mary Aitken, Global Citizenship for Christian Ministry: A Curriculum for High School Students
  • Nicole Sneed, Between Worlds: Cultural Identity of U.S. College Students Who Were Adopted from China
  • Kristine Golobic, Exciting Professional Opportunities for School Psychology Students and Graduates
  • Keary Ritchie, Reflections on Resilience Spanning the Aegean: Responses to the Refugee Crisis
  • Niharika Murthyraju, Indian and Western Therapeutic Dance Forms: Body, Mind, Heart, and Soul
  • Rika Yamaguchi, Teachers’ and Psychologists’ Responses to School Children Who Have Survived Earthquakes in Japan and New Zealand
  • Tara Rank, High School and Beyond: A Special Education Curriculum
  • Alexandria Mueller, We All Learn Differently: A Children’s Book for Kids with Autism
  • Alexis Goldfeld, A Trauma Informed Approach to Implementing “School Families”
Applied Educational Psychology capstone topics

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