Students are encouraged to do research in areas of interest. Past students have successfully presented their research at regional and international conferences.
Taylor, L., & Harlow, S. (2010). Learning Outcomes-based Assessment with
Counseling Courses: In pursuit of active assessment. VISTAS 2010, article 30 (http://counselingoutfitters.com/vistas/vistas10/Article_30.pdf).
Taylor, L. (1997, April). MMPI-2 and Ballet Majors, Personality and Individual Differences, 22(4), 521-526.
- The Affects of Creative Movement on Memory & Fluid Reasoning
- Factors of Creative Thinking
- Using Technology with Active Learning Outcomes-based Assessment in Counseling and School Psychology Programs
- Creative Thinking in Romania
- Student Perceptions of Face-to-face, Hybrid, and Online Courses and their Engagement in Online Multimedia Communication.
- Teaching and Learning Styles in Asian Cultures:Exploring Styles to Enhance Learning and Teaching in Diverse Contexts
- Undecided Students and Career Exploration Courses
Jesse Altsuler: Evaluation of Idaho Youth Summit
Aaron Schiffelbien, Robin Simpson, Ellaina Staldine, Hailey Swift, Matt Macy:
International Service Learning: Using Technology to Implement Reading Interventions
Sarah Wilkin: Kinesthetic Teaching Strategies with Struggling Readers
FuHua Lin Radcliffe:
High Stakes Testing and Cultural Influences on Learning: Approaches, Strategies, and Motivation
Students are actively involved in research activities, presentations, and hands-on learning within our Center on Disabilities and Human Development. The program also requires an internship, where students spend time working in their professions before graduating.
Counseling students have the opportunity to work in our Child and Youth Study Center, where graduate students counsel and test community clients under the supervision of trained psychologists. This center draws students from outside the state, because it provides such an excellent learning opportunity.