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Susan Rose, Ph.D.

University of Minnesota
Department of Educational Psychology
Office: 253 Burton Hall
178 Pillsbury Drive SE
Minneapolis, MN  55455

Tel. 612-624-6387

My research has focused on information access for students who are deaf or hard of hearing, with an emphasis on language development, reading, and the modality used in various language codes. I have served as the project director for several training grants which have evolved into programs serving children with special needs particularly those who are deaf and hard of hearing.

Over the past four years, three of my graduate students have studied the application of CBM to the low incidence population of students. Specific areas of research included the use of CBM with written expression and the Maze. Application of the MAZE procedure to passages written in traditional Chinese was also investigated.  In concert with Dr. Deno, and teachers serving children with hearing loss programs, CBM progress monitoring tools have been use to monitoring individual students progress and monitor program success.

Dr. Simon Hooper, Charles Miller and I are currently are conducting several studies using CBM procedures to monitor progress in American Sign as a world language in postsecondary settings. This project includes web based assessments and progress monitoring systems including video displays and CBM e-portfolios.



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