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Beth Harn, PhD, is an associate professor in special education who teaches graduate-level courses in special education and school psychology, including Design of Instruction, History of Special Education,  and Introduction to Learning Disabilities. She has previously taught classes on educational assessment and systems level academic interventions. She has expertise in early literacy assessment, instruction, and intervention development and implementation.

Dr. Harn's primary focus areas include three focal areas:

  • Systems, Instructional Approaches and Assessment Devices, to Improve Schoolwide Decision Making
  • Intervention Elements That Accelerate Learning For Students With Learning Disabilities
  • Impact of Intervention on the Neural Mechanisms of Attention/Executive Control

This faculty member is interested in having a new doctoral student for the 2024-2025 academic year.