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Ann E Boehm

Professional Background

Educational Background

Scholarly Interests

Psychoeducational assessment; observation and concept development in young children; intergenerational literacy


Selected Publications

principal publications

grants

Grant Support

 

Principal Investigator, Intergenerational Literacy Project, 1990-1996, New York State, McGraw­-Hill Foundation, MacArthur Foundation.

 

Project Co-Director, 1987-1991, Fisher Landau Foundation. A video-based program for the validation, development and dissemination of a learning program for bright children with learning problems.

 

Project Director, 1987-1989, U.S. Department of Education: Office of Sepcial Education and Rehabilitation Services. "A Processing Approach to Assessment and Intervention for Learning Disabled Children and Youth: A Video-based Training Program for School Psychologists. Project Approved.

 

HBSK 5085: Observing and assessing preschool children

Overview of assessment procedures used with preschool and kindergarten-age children including review of related tests, the development of observation procedures, and the development of screening programs. Materials fee: $75.

HBSK 5885: Obsrv/Assess PreSchool Learner

HBSK 6571: Research in applied educational psychology: Cognitive processes and strategies in young children

Permission required. Prerequisite: familiarity with statistical procedures and research design. Students participate in ongoing research or other special projects under the direction of a faculty member.

Ann E Boehm appeared in the following articles:

Faculty Retirements (5/13/1998)

Professor Ann E. Boehm's Retirement Party (5/13/1998)