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Ruth M. Kelly , Ph.D.

Professor
119 Waggoner Hall
Work: 309/298-1897
Fax: 309/298-2179

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Education:

Dr. Kelly earned her PhD at the University of Texas at Austin. She majored in psychology at the University of Minnesota for her undergraduate. Her dissertation was titled, “Transition from a special education preschool to mainstream kindergarten”.

Teaching Areas:

Dr. Kelly teaches at all levels, including school psychology graduate level classes. She has taught PSY 221 Child Development and PSY 425 Exceptional Children for undergraduate.

Recent Scholarly Activities:

Kelly, R.M. & Cunningham, L. (2010). Assistive technology for students with disabilities: A guide for parents and educators. In A. S. Canter, L.Z. Paige, & S. Shaw (Eds.), Helping children at home and school-III: Handouts for parents and educators. (pp Section 8, Handout 8). Bethesda, MD: The National Association of School Psychologists.

Kelly, R.M. & Hull, G.L. (2012, February). Diagnostic Assessment of Basic Reading Skills for Tier 3 Services. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention, Philadelphia, PA.

Kelly, R.M.; Cruise, T.K.; Swerdlik, M.; Newman, D. & Simon, D. (2012, February) School Psychology Intern Supervisor Training: A State Wide Universal System-The Illinois Model. Poster presented at the Trainers of School Psychology Annual Convention, Philadelphia, PA.