Research Presentations

Conference Presentations

Symposium on University Research and Creative Expression – CWU – May 2019

Kristen Jones, Miranda Stowell, Bianca Lopez, Courtney Deveny, and Heath Marrs
“Undergraduate Perceptions of Graduate School in Psychology”
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National Association of School Psychologists – Atlanta – Feb. 2019

Heath Marrs, Megan Tribble, Brianne Pauley, and Harmony Langmack
“School Psychology Assessment Practices for English Language Learners”
Click here for Powerpoint Presentation Slides:  NASP 2019 ELL Assessment Presentation

Heath Marrs, Yecenia Ramirez, Jasmin Moreno Sanchez, Maritza Lazcano
“Providing School Psychological Services to Mixteco Students”
Click here for Poster: NASP 2019 Mixtec Students

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National Association of School Psychologists – Chicago –  Feb. 2018

Heath Marrs, Harmony Langmack, and Brianne Pauley
“English Language Proficiency and Reading Growth”
Click here for Powerpoint Presentation Slides:  NASP 2018 ELP and Progress Monitoring Presentation

Symposium on University Research and Creative Expression – CWU – May 2018

Heath Marrs, Harmony Langmack, Brianne Pauley, and Megan Tribble
“School Psychology Assessment of English Language Learners”
Click here for Poster:  Source 2018 ELL Survey

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Symposium on University Research and Creative Expression – CWU – May 2018

Heath Marrs, Maritza Lazcano, Jasmin Moreno Sanchez, Yecenia Ramirez
“Serving Mixtec Students in Washington Schools”
Click here for Poster:  Source 2018 Mixtec Students

Source 2018 Mixtec

Graduate Thesis/Projects

Flatau, Caleb (2014). The relationship between language proficiency and early literacy skills in elementary English language learners. Master’s theses at Central Washington University.

Perkins, Rhean (2016). The relationship between early literacy skills and English language proficiency in elementary aged English language learners. EdS project at Central Washington University.

Deleon, Melissa (2018). Oral reading fluency growth patterns of elementary English language learners. EdS project at Central Washington University