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EPSY 5092 - Practicum

The implementation and application of theory in the student’s area of specialization. Open to master’s and Sixth-Year students.

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EPSY 5107 - Curriculum Issues in Special Education

Program and curriculum planning for students with moderate to mild disabilities with particular attention given to relating individual education plans to school curricula.

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EPSY 5108 - Students with Special Needs in the Classroom Environment

Methods for identifying, planning for, and working effectively with children with special needs in the general education classroom. Intended for non-SPED majors only.

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EPSY 5113 - Beginning Reading Supports for Students with Learning Difficulties

This course is designed to provide graduate level students with knowledge and skills related to supporting early reading success for students with disabilities and at risk for experiencing learning difficulties.

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EPSY 5114 - Adolescent Reading Supports for Students with Learning Difficulties

This class will investigate research-based instructional interventions and infrastructure supports (e.g., SRBI, RtI) necessary to improve reading comprehension outcomes for struggling adolescent readers including students with high-incidence disabilities.

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EPSY 5115 - Writing Supports for Students with Learning Difficulties

This course will investigate writing instruction and assessment designed to support K-12 students who are at-risk for or experiencing learning difficulties or disabilities, with an emphasis on incorporating evidence-based methods into a rich, engaging, and meaningful writing curriculum.

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EPSY 5116 - Assessment in Special Education

Application of assessment in special education focusing on current purposes, policies, and practices in schools.

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EPSY 5119 - Policy, Law, and Ethics in Special Education

The impact of policy and law on the professional role of special educators.

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EPSY 5121 - Developmental Foundations of Exceptionality

An exploration of the link between normative theory and research in child development with assessment, understanding, and intervention for children and youth with exceptionalities.

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EPSY 5123 - Instructional Strategies and Adaptations for Students with Special Learning Needs

Principles and practices for the provision of effective instruction for students with special learning needs.

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EPSY 5127 - Adm Supv Special Ed

Adm Supv Special Ed

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EPSY 5135 - Creating and Sustaining a Positive School Climate

Designed to help aspiring school administrators develop practices and processes for establishing and sustaining a positive school climate for the purpose of improving student achievement.

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EPSY 5135 - Creating and Sustaining a Positive School Climate

Designed to help aspiring school administrators develop practices and processes for establishing and sustaining a positive school climate for the purpose of improving student achievement.

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EPSY 5138 - Responding to Violence in the Schools

Addresses how incidences of violence in the schools can be prevented, contained, and kept at a minimum with prevention programs, and immediate interventions to contain incidents of violence.

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EPSY 5140 - Transition Planning for Students with Disabilities

An examination of relevant legislation and recommended practices related to person-centered transition planning for students with disabilities in post-school and adult life, including postsecondary education, employment, community participation, and independent living.

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EPSY 5141 - Classroom and Behavior Management for Special Educators

An introduction to Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS), including theoretical and empirical support, three-tiered model, and implementation strategies.

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EPSY 5142 - Individualized Positive Behavior Support

Approaches for adapting programs to the behavioral, social and emotional needs of exceptional learners.

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EPSY 5142 - Individualized Positive Behavior Support

Approaches for adapting programs to the behavioral, social and emotional needs of exceptional learners.

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EPSY 5145 - Issues in Postsecondary Disability Services

An examination of issues relating to the assurance of equal educational access for students with disabilities in postsecondary settings.

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EPSY 5160 - Considerations in the Provision of Assistive Technology

Emphasis will be on the consideration of assistive technology in the educational environment and will emcompass the scope of activities involved in considering whether assistive technology is needed for a student to receive a free and appropriate education. This course is a required prerequisite for all other course work in the assistive technology emphasis.

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EPSY 5161 - Assistive Technology for Access

This course will provide an introduction to alternate access to the computer as a tool for the performance of educational tasks. Included will be an exploration of alternate and adaptive pointing and keyboard devices as well as software to enhance accessibility and productivity for persons with motor impairment, sensory challenges, and cognitive difficulties. Emphasis in the course will be on assistive technology solutions and applications for persons with significant disabilities in the educational environment.

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EPSY 5161 - Assistive Technology for Access

This course will provide an introduction to alternate access to the computer as a tool for the performance of educational tasks. Included will be an exploration of alternate and adaptive pointing and keyboard devices as well as software to enhance accessibility and productivity for persons with motor impairment, sensory challenges, and cognitive difficulties. Emphasis in the course will be on assistive technology solutions and applications for persons with significant disabilities in the educational environment.

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EPSY 5163 - Assistive Technology for the Struggling Learner

This course will explore the use of assistive technology tools across a continuum of low to mid to high tech aid in the efficiency, organization, and productivity of the struggling learner.

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EPSY 5163 - Assistive Technology for the Struggling Learner

This course will explore the use of assistive technology tools across a continuum of low to mid to high tech aid in the efficiency, organization, and productivity of the struggling learner.

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EPSY 5170 - Family Centered Practices in Early Childhood Intervention

The purpose of this course is to illustrate the centrality of the family in the life of infants and young children with disabilities and, subsequently, early childhood intervention. This course relies on outside readings, discussions, and completion of performance-based competencies where concepts are interpreted and applied to early childhood intervention.

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EPSY 5171 - Evaluation and Assessment of Infants and Young Children with Disabilities or Delayed Development

Course is designed for those students who are preparing to work with infants and young children who have disabilities (birth through age five) and their families. The course focuses on five functions of assessment relative to young children with disabilities: identification and referral, evaluation to determine eligibility for special education, assessment for program planning, monitoring of individual child progress and program evaluation.

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EPSY 5172 - Intervention of Early Childhood Disabilities or Delayed Development and Their Families

The purpose of this course is to illustrate the importance of well planned and executed interventions for infants and young children with high needs and/or disabilities who receive early childhood services under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). Students will learn to create intervention programs with integrated (across developmental domains) outcomes that stem from a functional assessment and a collaborative team process. This includes interventions and services designed to maximize natural learning opportunities and the use of evaluation tools and progress monitoring for individual children and families as required for federal reporting. This course relies on outside readings, class discussions, interactive web-based assignments and completion of performance-based competencies where concepts are interpreted and applied to infants and young children and their families.

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EPSY 5173 - Teaching and Collaborating of Infants and Young Children with Disabilities and their Families

Course is to provide a foundation for the inclusion of infants and young children with disabilities and their families into inclusive community settings and programs. Inherent within this framework is the ability for personnel to demonstrate strategic planning to accomplish this on a family, community and program. This module relies on outside readings, in-class activities, and individual and group applications of competencies.

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EPSY 5183 - Lectures in Education

A course in which staff members and authorities in education and related fields discuss selected problems.

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EPSY 5187 - Clinical Experiences in Integrated Settings

An intensive supervised clinical experience that provides opportunities for students to plan and deliver integrated programs for students with and without special needs. A cooperative venture between the School of Education and the Professional Development Centers (public schools).

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EPSY 5188 - School-based Practicum in Communication Disorders

100 clock hours of practicum in assessment, treatment, and prevention of communication disorders in children PreK-Grade 12.

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EPSY 5194 - Seminar

Analysis of the issues and research in the field of education. Open to master’s and Sixth-Year students.

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EPSY 5195 - Workshop in Education

Professional personnel to work cooperatively on problems arising out of actual school situations.

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EPSY 5198 - Curriculum Laboratory

Reorganization of courses, reorientation of the program of studies, articulation of administrative units, and development of new materials are considered in relation to the local situation. Students make individual studies of their specific problems, and group studies of related problems.

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EPSY 5199 - Independent Study in Education

Students requesting this course should have a significant background in education and should present to the instructor problems, well-defined and well laid out for investigation, which hold special interest for them and which will be pursued on the plane of advanced study.

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EPSY 5210 - Learning with Technology

Uses a problem-based design format to integrate learning theory and principles with educational technology to develop an integrated lesson plan in a content area. Students select meaningful authentic problems to integrate.

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EPSY 5215 - Professional Seminar in Learning Technologies

Professional issues in the wise integration of learning technologies to classroom instruction.This course is part of the 2 Summers MA program in Learning Technology open to cohort members only.

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EPSY 5220 - Introduction to Educational Technology

Instructional applications of productivity software and educational technology.

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EPSY 5225 - Learning Technology Applied in Schools

Applied project work integrating technology into classroom instruction. This course is part of the 2 Summers MA program in Learning Technology open to cohort members only.

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EPSY 5230 - Web-Based Learning

Design, development, delivery and evaluation of web-based instruction.

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EPSY 5235 - Design and Production of Multimedia Presentations

Students will prepare presentations using slides, motion pictures, audiotapes and overhead transparencies; and will explore application of other technological developments to multimedia uses.

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EPSY 5240 - Interactive Learning Environments

This course is a broad overview of the interactive learning environments (ILEs) that are being used in Education. It will introduce students to current research in development and implementation of ILEs.

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EPSY 5245 - Capstone Course in Learning Technologies

E-Portfolio preparation, technology-based professional development design, and program completion artifacts.

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EPSY 5250 - Software Design and Evaluation

This course provides students with the knowledge and experience in design and evaluation of educational software.

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EPSY 5301 - Group Processes in Counseling

Experiential and theoretical introduction to group process and dynamics.

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EPSY 5304 - Foundations and Contents of School Counseling

Basic philosophical and professional premises of the counseling profession. History of counseling profession, counselor’s roles and functions, role of research/theory in counseling, and professional ethics. Individual group, and preventive counseling approaches.

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EPSY 5306 - Principles of Career Development in Counseling

Career development and career psychology. Adolescents and adults.

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EPSY 5307 - Professional Orientation of School Counseling

Principles and practices of pupil personnel work in educational institutions including all aspects of pupil personnel services; the role of the school counselor as a pupil personnel worker; and as a consultant on teacher-pupil relations.

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EPSY 5308 - Counseling: Theory and Practice

Contemporary theories and practices of essential helping skills.

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EPSY 5309 - Gender Role Conflict Issues for Helping Professionals

Intensive review of gender role socialization in a workshop setting, emphasizing men’s and women’s gender role conflicts across the life span. Lectures, readings, discussions, self assessments, and media are used to explicate core concepts and themes.

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EPSY 5313 - Multi-Cultural Parent-Professional Alliances

Alliance-building processes between helping professionals and parents. Multi-cultural relationship development.

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EPSY 5314 - Appraisal Procedures in Counseling

Use of instruments for estimating abilities, achievements, interest and personality; interpretation of appraisal procedures in counseling.

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EPSY 5315 - Counseling: Advanced Practice

Continuing the work begun in EPSY 5308; to strengthen and extend helping skills.

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EPSY 5316 - Cross-Cultural Counseling

Theories, skills and practices of counseling with culturally different persons in mental health settings.

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EPSY 5317 - Field Work in Counseling and Personnel

Supervised experience in counseling and related practices in schools and agencies with a concurrent supervisory seminar.

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EPSY 5318 - Human Growth and Development over the Lifespan: Implications for Counselors

A review of human growth and development over the lifespan using psychosocial theory with an emphasis on individual and family transitions, learning processes, personality, developmental crises, gender role conflicts and transitions, ethical issues, and strategies to optimize human potential.

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EPSY 5319 - School Counseling Internship

Post practicum experience in school counseling under the supervision of a fully trained and certified professional school counselor for the duration of one school year along with an accompanying on-campus seminar. All core courses in the school counseling program must be completed prior to beginning the internship. This course may be repeated once for a maximum of 12 credits.

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EPSY 5320 - Critical Issues in School Counseling

This course covers three main topics. These include an introduction to the broad profession of counseling; the ethical standards of the American Counseling Association and the American School Counseling Association; and a review and analysis of the critical and emerging issues/incidents facing today’s professional school counselors.

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EPSY 5339 - Assistive Technology for Curriculum Access

This course will explore the range of assistive technology devices and software for curriculum access from the preschool through secondary environments.

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EPSY 5396 - Directed Student Teaching for Students in the Teacher Certification Program for College Graduates

Supervised student teaching in special education.

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EPSY 5402 - Individual Differences in Learners

Foundations for individual differences among elementary and secondary school pupils.

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EPSY 5403 - Intellectual Assessment

Administration of the standard instruments of intellectual assessment and synthesis of the test information into an assessment report.

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EPSY 5404 - Pupil Behavior: Studies in Clinical Diagnosis

Diagnosis of school problems, report writing for school purposes, and an analysis of needs for referral.

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EPSY 5405 - Applied Behavior Analysis

Introduction to theories and application of behavioral techniques.

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EPSY 5406 - Consultation Theories and Practices

Theories and practices of professional consultation with an emphasis on actual interventions in schools, corporations and social service agencies.

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EPSY 5408 - Ethics in Educational and Professional Psychology

Explores the nature of professional virtue in psychology and related educational and human service disciplines.

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EPSY 5491 - School Psychology Internship

Post practicum experience in School Psychology under the supervision of a fully trained and certified professional School Psychologist for the duration of one school year along with an accompanying on-campus seminar. All core courses in the School Psychology program must be completed prior to beginning the internship. This course may be repeated once for a maximum of 12 credits.

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EPSY 5510 - Learning: Its Implic. for Education

Nature and types of learning, transfer of training, motivation, nature of instructional outcomes, with particular attention to individual differences among elementary and secondary school pupils.

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EPSY 5515 - Professional Seminar in Cognition & Instruction

A professional seminar designed to present topics, paradigms, models, and theories in the various fields of educational psychology. The current research programs of the graduate faculty in Cognition and Instruction are presented for discussion in a seminar format.

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EPSY 5520 - Instructional Design

Overview of the field of instructional design: instructional theories, prescriptive models, instructional strategies, issues and trends as they relate to the comprehensive development of instructional systems.

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EPSY 5530 - Theories of Learning, Cognition and Instruction

Behavioral and cognitive psychology as it applies to instruction.

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EPSY 5540 - Research Ethics in Education and Psychology

Ethical issues related to educational and psychological research, including working with institutional review boards, informed consent, deception research, conducting research, reporting research findings, sharing and storing data, record keeping, and APA, APS, ACA, and AERA ethics policies.

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EPSY 5601 - Principles and Methods in Educational Research

Methods of research in education designed for Master’s level students.

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EPSY 5602 - Educational Tests and Measurements

The development of measurement and evaluation techniques.

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EPSY 5603 - Methods of Inquiry

Fundamentals of qualitative and quantitative research in education.

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EPSY 5605 - Quantitative Methods in Research I

Quantitative procedures and analysis of computer output including descriptive and inferential statistics through one-way analysis of variance.

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EPSY 5607 - Quantitative Methods in Research II

Quantitative procedures and analysis of computer output including factorial analysis of variance, analysis of covariance, and multiple regression.

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EPSY 5610 - Applied Regression Analysis for the Education Sciences

Multiple regression analysis and related techniques with applications to research in education. Topics include assumptions and inference; matrix representations; diagnostics and remedial measures; polynomial regression and interaction models; treatment of categorical independent variables, autocorrelation of errors in time series data, problems of missing values and selection bias, and logistic and ordinal regression models.

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EPSY 5613 - Multivariate Analysis in Educational Research

An extension of EPSY 313. Practical emphasis on multiple regression, canonical correlation, multivariate analysis of variance and covariance, discriminant function analysis, and factor analysis.

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EPSY 5621 - Construction of Evaluation Instruments

The theory and construction of assessment instruments in the affective domain.

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EPSY 5645 - Computer Methods in Educational Research

Introduction to the UConn mainframe and microcomputers, data preparation and verification, Job Control Language, XEdit procedures, and SPSS-X.

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EPSY 5671 - School-Based Systems Interventions

Examination of current professional issues, theoretical models, and research related to the design interventions.

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EPSY 5710 - Introduction to Gifted Education and Talent Development

Issues encountered in developing giftedness and talents in students: the nature of exceptional abilities, the history of special provisions, major scientific studies dealing with superior abilities, and contemporary educational systems and models.

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EPSY 5720 - Developing Schoolwide Enrichment Programs

An overview of the theory and research behind and components within the Schoolwide Enrichment Model. Practical techniques for implementing the model in classrooms and school districts.

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EPSY 5740 - Strategies for Differentiating the Grade Level Curriculum

Instructional and managerial techniques for use within or between classrooms to address learning differences among students. Strategies for improving academic achievement and success of diverse learners. Current and promising practices, as well as relevant research.

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EPSY 5750 - Enhancing Creativity in the Classroom

The identification of creative thinking and problem solving and the development and implications of creativity training materials and teaching strategies for the classroom.

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EPSY 5760 - Improving Students’ Thinking Skills

Designed for teachers and administrators who wish to acquire more information about current research, trends and practices within the field of thinking skills instruction. An overview of the field, with special emphasis on research-based practices, major programs, and models for the improvement of thinking skills.

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EPSY 5780 - Social and Emotional Components of Giftedness and Talent Development

Review of current research on affective growth and potential adjustment problems of gifted and talented youth. Vocational concerns, self-concept, self-esteem, and the teacher’s role in preventing or remediating affective problems related to giftedness.

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EPSY 5850 - Introduction to the Science of Creativity

The goals of this class are to be able to compare and contrast major definitions, theories and measures of creativity; to explain how creativity interacts with other related constructs (such as intelligence, personality and motivation); critique past empirical work on creativity; and to apply past research toward forming your own research question.

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EPSY 6103 - Grant Writing

The grant procurement process is covered from identifying funding sources through initial grant management with a focus on actually writing a grant proposal.

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EPSY 6194 - Doctoral Seminar

Cooperative study of developments and problems in the student’s area of study.

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EPSY 6220 - Video Design for Learning

Advanced principles of the video medium and its application to the learning process, instructional message design and the implementation of existing and emerging video delivery systems.

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EPSY 6230 - Advanced Educational Technology

Readings, research and development of instructional materials using applications of advanced educational technology.

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EPSY 6240 - Academic Motivation: Theory, Research and Practice

The purpose of this course is to examine theory, research and practice related to motivation, particularly the motivation to learn in academic settings. Specifically, the goals of this course are to introduce students to the field of the psychological study of motivation to learn in school settings; to explore the conceptual and practical value of framing of school and learning from a motivational and developmental perspective; to assist students in exploring how motivational theory and research may relate to their own areas of interest and help them in integrating motivational constructs into their research; and for participants to learn from each other and together read interesting new work on motivation to learn (a caring community is the crucible within which learning of enduring value unfolds). This course is designed for graduate students who are studying issues related to motivation to learn in school settings during the first two decades of life.

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EPSY 6301 - Advanced Group Processes

Participant/observers in a basic group course. Processing and analyzing of group processes.

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EPSY 6302 - Prevention and Intervention in Schools, Education, and the Community

The theory, practice, and science of primary prevention of human problems in schools, education, and the community. Prevention concepts and case studies are presented by the faculty. Students give analysis and critique of course content and develop personal perspectives on prevention interventions and skills in the context of their careers.

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EPSY 6304 - The Psychology of Men and Boys In Counseling and Education

The negative effects of men’s socialization and gender role conflicts are reviewed from the theory and empirical research in the psychology of men. Lectures, discussions, experiential activities, and psychobiographies of famous men and women are used to promote personal learning and psychoe-ducational outcomes. Implications for counseling, teaching, and more positive views of men are explored.

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EPSY 6469 - Single Subject Research in Education

Introductory and advanced content related to features, types, development, and use of “Single Subject Research Designs” to study of interventions and programs for improving the academic and social behavior outcomes for children and youth in schools.

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EPSY 6491 - Doctoral Internship in School Psychology

Intensive, one year supervised experience in school psychology setting totalling 1,500 or 2,000 hours of service.

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EPSY 6494 - Doctoral Practicum

The implementation and application of theory in the student’s area of specialization.

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EPSY 6550 - Situated Cognition

Theory, research and applications of situated cognition and situated learning.

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EPSY 6560 - Instructional Psychology

An advanced course relating theories of cognition, behaviorism and instructional design. Topics include thinking, problem solving, the development of expertise and both automatic and controlled processing.

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EPSY 6601 - Methods and Techniques of Educational Research

A survey of the principal methods employed in the investigation of educational problems, including problem formulation, stating hypotheses, sampling, instrument design, types of research methods and design principles.

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EPSY 6611 - Hierarchical Linear Modeling

Theory and applications of hierarchical linear modeling, including organizational and longitudinal multilevel models.

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EPSY 6615 - Structural Equation Modeling

This course provides an introduction to structural equation modeling. Students will learn to develop, modify, interpret a variety of structural equation models that are commonly used in social science research. To be covered are linear models with only observed variables (path analysis), latent variable models without causal paths (confirmatory factor analysis), and latent variable models with causal paths (structural equation modeling). The focus of the course is conceptual understanding, application, and interpretation of structural equation models.

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EPSY 6619 - Advanced Modeling Using Latent Variable Techniques

Covers several advanced modeling techniques, including multilevel confirmatory factor analysis, multilevel structural equation modeling, latent class analysis, factor mixture modeling, and growth mixture modeling. Emphasis will be on specification, application, evaluation, and interpretation of these models.

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EPSY 6621 - Program Evaluation

An overview of quantitative and qualitative procedures used in the evaluation of educational programs. Current trends and practical applications are stressed.

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EPSY 6626 - Sampling Designs and Survey Research Methods in Education

Probability and non-probability sampling, single- and multi-stage sampling, sampling errors, design effects, unit-of-analysis concerns, confidentiality/anonymity issues, questionnaire design, interview procedures, item development, question format, ethics.

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EPSY 6635 - Measurement in Cognitive Psychology

Review of theory and research related to the measurement of variables in cognitive psychology such as domain knowledge, strategy knowledge, and motivation. Specific emphasis will be placed on the use of statistical theories and tools employed to study the reliability and validity of test scores. These tools include: generalizability theory, factor analysis, item response theory, and multidimensional scaling.

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EPSY 6636 - Measurement Theory and Application

An advanced course in measurement and evaluation. The course emphasizes current issues in measurement and the scientific procedures reflected in the literature that suggest alternative solutions to these issues.

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EPSY 6637 - Item Response Theory

An advanced course in educational and psychological testing theory. This course emphasizes the principles and processes of the most sophisticated approach to educational test construction and scoring available today.

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EPSY 6638 - Advanced Topics in Item Response Theory

Applications of IRT to measurement problems such as equating, detection of differential item functioning, and adaptive testing. Extensions of unidimensional dichotomous models to polytomous responses and multidimensional tests. Extensive use of Monte Carlo data to investigate psychometric issues.

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EPSY 6639 - Advanced Techniques for Psychometric Research

A specialized course that focuses on Monte Carlo techniques for psychometric research. Students will learn how to design and carry out research studies for investigating new and existing psychometric and statistical procedures using simulated data. Coverage includes estimation procedures for linear and nonlinear models for observed and latent variables. Students will develop their own custom computer programs and use existing software packages. Programs will primarily be written in Fortran 90.

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EPSY 6651 - Introduction to Methods for Causal Inference Using Educational Data

A survey of four main designs for making causal inferences from educational data and the rationales for the use of these designs. The designs considered are: Randomized experiments, regression discontinuity, instrumental variables and non-equivalent control group. The course introduces Campbell’s validity framework and applies this framework to the designs considered. Techniques for sample size planning and power analysis are introduced. Other topics covered include: mediation and moderation analysis and the ethics on research on human populations.

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EPSY 6655 - Advanced Causal Inference with Data

This course is an exploration of the problems that arise in making inferences about causal effects from non-experimental data and some potential solutions to those problems. Topics covered include: regression approaches to causal inference; paradoxes that arise when interpreting non-experimental data; the ‘potential outcomes’ approach to causal inference (often called Rubin’s Causal Model); univariate and multivariate matching methods; multivariate distance measures; propensity score estimation methods; using the propensity score to match, subclassify and weight; Instrumental Variables applications of Rubin’s Causal Model; Directed Acyclic Graphs.

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EPSY 6770 - Curricular Options for High Ability Learners

Curriculum theory and techniques with special attention to the development of instructional materials.

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