Robin Hojnoski, PhD
Assistant Professor at LeHigh University
Dr. Robin Hojnoski is currently an Assistant Professor in the School Psychology Program at Lehigh University. She is interested in the application of school psychology principles and practices to early education. Her research focuses on assessment and intervention to improve educational and social outcomes for preschool children and their families.
Randy Floyd, PhD
Assistant Professor at the University of Memphis
Dr. Randy Floyd is Associate Professor of Psychology at The University of Memphis. He received his doctoral degree in school psychology from Indiana State University. His research interests include the structure, measurement, and correlates of cognitive abilities; the technical properties of early numeracy measures; and the process of professional publication.
Version: 1st Edition
Year Published: 2006
Research & Development: University of Memphis
Intended for children, ages: 3-5 years old
Primary uses: Universal Screening & Progress Monitoring
Forms: Single form