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Jana Aupperlee

 Assistant Professor - Fixed Term
  Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology and Special Education
 Ph.D., Michigan State University
Jana Aupperlee is the clinical assistant professor in school psychology and a Nationally Certified School Psychologist. As part of this non- tenure track position, she advises students in the Educational Specialist program in School Psychology at MSU. She also teaches a variety of school and practice-based courses. Further, she coordinates and collaborates with local school psychologists in the supervision of second year students. Her research interests include family-school collaboration and what types of school-provided social support parents find most helpful. Recent interests also include local perceptions of the Response to Intervention model of meeting students’ educational needs in schools.

Classes taught:

  • CEP 918 Theories of School-Based Prevention
  • CEP 894K Internship in School Psychology
  • CEP 893K (Practicum in School Psychology)
  • CEP 888 Psychotherapy
  • CEP 881 Social and Emotional Assessment and Intervention
  • CEP 832 Managing Students with Challenging Behavior

Recent publications:

Nzinga-Johnson, S., Baker, J., and Aupperlee, J. (2009). The Quality of teacher-parent relationships in fostering school involvement among racially and educationally diverse parents at kindergarten. Elementary School Journal, 110 (1), 81-91.

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