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Staff Presentations

Ann Bailey

  1. Watson, C.?,? Storm, K., & Bailey, A. (2015, December 2). Minnesota's Maternal Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) evaluation: Applications for policy and practice. Poster ?to be ?presented at the ZERO to THREE National Training Institute, Seattle, Washington.

  2. Bailey, A.?,? & Watson, C. (2015, November 5). The effects of reflective supervision on home visitor burnout. Paper presented at the Healthy Families America National Leadership Conference, Chicago, Illinois.

  3. Bailey, A., & Susman-Stillman, A. (2015, July 16). Authentic Assessment: New Opportunities for Professional Development. National Association of Family Child Care National Conference, Bloomington, MN.

  4. Bailey, A. E. (2015, March). Authentic assessment training in Minnesota: Research to practice. Minnesota Department of Education: 2015 Spring Early Childhood Special Education Leadership Forum, Roseville, Minnesota.

  5. Watson, C., Storm, K., Bailey, A. (2014, March 25). Building infrastructure capacity for reflective practice: Process and impact studies. Poster presentation for the College of Education and Human Development Research Day, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.

  6. Bailey, A. E., Storm, K. J., Watson, C. W., & Moon, D. (2015, March 24). The effects of reflective supervision on home visitor burnout. Poster presentation at the University of Minnesota's College of Education and Human Development Research Day, Minneapolis, MN.

  7. Bailey, A. E. (2015, March 5). Authentic assessment training in Minnesota: Research to practice. Minnesota Department of Education: 2015 Spring Early Childhood Special Education Leadership Forum, Roseville, Minnesota.

Michelle Englund

  1. Giovanelli, A. S., Englund, M. M., Ou, S., & Reynolds, A. J.  (2015, March). Developmental pathways from preschool to high school completion and early adult health outcomes in the context of early stressors. In A. J. Reynolds (Chair), Early childhood intervention and adult health: Main effects and mechanisms in three longitudinal studies. Symposium conducted at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Philadelphia, PA.

  2. Giovanelli, A. S., Englund, M. M., & Reynolds, A. J.  (2015, March). Long-term consequences of a preschool intervention and early environmental risk on developmental pathways to youth violence. In J. Juvonen (Chair), School achievement: Race, ethnicity, and urban correlates. Symposium conducted at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Philadelphia, PA.

  3. Meuwissen, A. S., & Englund, M. M. (2015, March). Predicting executive functioning in at-risk children: Fathers and mothers both matter. In Kristin Bernard (Chair), Early experience effects on executive functioning. Symposium conducted at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Philadelphia, PA.

  4. Susman-Stillman, A., Englund, M. M., & Webb, C. (2015, March). Preschool theatre arts skills and children’s approaches to learning. In M. Menzer & A. Winsler (Chairs), Associations between music and drama/pretense participation and early childhood social development. Symposium conducted at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Philadelphia, PA.

  5. Hayakawa, M., Englund, M. M., Lease, E. M., & Reynolds, A. J. (2014, November). When parent involvement really does matter: The impact of parent involvement on student achievement. Poster presented at the Society for Research in Child Development Special Topic Meeting: New Conceptualizations in the Study of Parenting at Risk. San Diego, CA.

  6. Hayakawa, M., Englund, M. M., & Reynolds, A. (2014, June). Culturally appropriate adaptation of the parent component of a prek-3rd intervention. Poster presented at the Head Start’s 12th National Research Conference on Early Childhood, Washington, DC.

  7. Giovanelli, A. S., & Englund, M. M.  (2014, March). Longitudinal impacts of parenting factors and teacher-child relationships on school engagement in adolescence. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence, Austin, TX.

  8. Englund, M. M. & Smerillo, N. (2013, October). School readiness: Measuring, aligning, and validating assessments with recommendations for practice. Paper presented at the Second Annual Conference for Early Childhood Research and Evaluation, Center for Early Education Evaluation at HighScope, Ypsilanti, MI. (Invited Presentation).

  9. Hayakawa, C. M., & Englund, M. M.  (2013, May). Parent involvement as a generative mechanism of effects of the Child-Parent Centers. Paper presented at the Society for Prevention Research Conference, San Francisco, CA.

  10. Englund, M. M., & Siebenbruner, J. M.  (2013, April). Developmental pathways of young adult marijuana use. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Psychology, Seattle, WA.

  11. Puig, J., Englund, M. M., Collins, W. A., & Simpson, J. (2013, April). The enduring influence of attachment on physical health. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Psychology, Seattle, WA.

  12. Englund, M. M., Kuo, S. I., vanDulmen, M. & Collins, W. A. (2012, October). The prediction of early adult work competence and educational attainment from relationships and motivation in adolescence. In K. Salmela-Aro (Chair), The significance of adolescence competence, expectancies, and personality in predicting work and education in early adulthood. Symposium conducted at the 2012 Society for Research in Child Development Themed Meeting: Transitions from Adolescence to Adulthood, Tampa, FL.

  13. Raby, K. L., Narayan, A. J., & Englund, M. M. (2012, June). Transactional models of parental sensitivity, dysfunctional discipline, and children’s behaviors from infancy to childhood. In A. J. Narayan (Chair), Transactional models of parent-child influence from infancy into early childhood. Symposium conducted at the XVIII biennial International Conference on Infant Studies, Minneapolis, MN.

  14. Englund, M. M., & Kuo, S. (2012, March). The effects of adolescent relationships and school engagement on early adult work competence. In M. Pratt & S. Shulman (Chairs), The role of personal resources and parental support in emerging adults’ work competence. Symposium conducted at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

  15. Puig, J., & Englund, M. M.  (2011, April). Predicting social support from infant attachment and social functioning: A lifespan approach. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Montréal, Québec, Canada. 

  16. Puig, J., Englund, M. M., & Collins, W. A. (2010, March). The influence of attachment and attachment representations on health outcomes: A prospective, longitudinal study. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence, Philadelphia, PA.

  17. Shlafer, R. J., Englund, M. M., Raby, K. L., & Hesemeyer, P. S. (2010, March). Negative parenting and substance use as predictors of criminal offending. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence, Philadelphia, PA. 

  18. Supkoff, L. M., Englund, M. M., Shaffer, A. E., & Egeland, B. (2010, March). Predicting adolescent psychopathology from negative parenting in preschool and early adolescence in a longitudinal sample. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence, Philadelphia, PA.

  19. van Dulmen, M. H. M., & Englund, M. M. (2010, March). Developmental pathways to young adult work outcomes (Chairs). Symposium conducted at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence, Philadelphia, PA.

  20. Englund, M. M. (2009, April). A prospective longitudinal examination of early child maltreatment and health in early adulthood. Paper presented at the Human Capital Research Collaborative Mini-conference: Promoting child health and well-being, Minneapolis, MN. 

  21. Englund, M. M., & Collins, W. A.  (2009, April). Early roots of adult competence: The significance of close relationships from infancy to early adulthood. In W. Andrew Collins & G. S. Pettit (Chairs), Social participation, relationships, and the emergence of social capital: Longitudinal-developmental approaches. Symposium conducted at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Denver, CO. 

  22. Englund, M. M., & Egeland, B.  (2009, April). A prospective longitudinal examination of child maltreatment and alcohol use across early adulthood. In K. Appleyard (Chair), Longitudinal and intergenerational relations between substance use and child maltreatment. Symposium conducted at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Denver, CO. 

  23. Siebenbruner, J., Englund, M. M., & Egeland, B. (2009, April). The influence of school functioning in middle childhood and adolescence on adolescent alcohol use. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Denver, CO.

  24. Susman-Stillman, A., Englund, M. M., Pleuss, J., Cleveland, J., & Shkolnik, A. (2009, April). Changing beliefs and knowledge of child care providers: The Ounce research project. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Denver, CO.

  25. Englund, M. M., & Reynolds, A. J. (2008, June). Casual mechanisms of change in the child-parent centers, Abecedarian project, & Perry preschool. In L. J. Schweinhart (Chair), Implications of long-term studies of three model preschool programs for Head Start. Symposium conducted at Head Start’s Ninth National Research Conference, Washington, D.C.

  26. Englund, M. M., & Egeland, B. (2008, March). The effects of educational aspirations and occupational exploration in adolescence on early adult career and educational outcomes. In S. Shulman (Chair), Goals and aspirations among emerging adults: What predicts adaptive outcomes? Symposium conducted at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence, Chicago, IL.

  27. Reynolds, A. J., Englund, M. M., Ou, S., Schweinhart, L., & Campbell, F. (2007, December). Mechanisms of influence from preschool to educational attainment: A three-study analysis. Paper presented at the national invitational conference of the Early Childhood Research Collaborative. Human capital conference series on early childhood development: Critical issues in cost effectiveness in children’s first decade.

  28. Englund, M. M., & Collins, W. A. (2007, March). Interpersonal and individual processes linking maternal education and young adult attainment. In Gregory S. Pettit (Chair), From social address to dynamic process:  Longitudinal perspectives on cross-generational links in educational attainment. Symposium conducted at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Boston, MA.

Kristina Erstad-Sankey

  1. Hawley, V., Erstad-Sankey, K., & Frazel, R. (2012, September 12-13). CLASS™ Observer Reliability Training, St. Paul, MN.

  2. Cox, M. & Erstad-Sankey, K. (2012, September 10). Using Video in Coaching.  Webinar to Child Care Resource and Referral Quality Coaches.

  3. Hawley, V., Erstad-Sankey, K., & Frazel, R. (2012, September 5-6). CLASS™ Observer Reliability Training, St. Paul, MN.

  4. Cox, M. & Erstad-Sankey, K. (2012, August 28). Using Video in Coaching.  Webinar to Child Care Resource and Referral Quality Coaches.

  5. Hawley, V., Erstad-Sankey, K., & Frazel, R. (2012, August 22-23). CLASS™ Observer Reliability Training, Walker, MN.

Mary Harrison

  1. Harrison, M., & Fallon, M. (2015, November 12). Understanding reflective supervision/consultation: Background and conceptual framework. A Webinar presentation for the Minnesota Infant Mental Health Faculty Learning Community, St. Paul, MN.

  2. Harrison, M., & Fallon, M. (2015, July 16). Infant Mental Health Principles in Family Childcare: How Providers can use research-based interactions to support young children's development. National Association of Family Child Care National Conference, Bloomington, MN.

  3. Harrison, M., & Watson, C.L. (2015, March 24). A practitioner change process: Findings from qualitative research exploring early interventionists' participation in a reflective consultation group. Poster presentation at College of Education and Human Development Research Day, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

  4. Harrison, M.E., & Watson, C. (2014, December 12). A story of transformation in early intervention: Research exploring experiences of reflective supervision/consultation. Zero to Three's 29th National Training Institute, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

  5. Watson, C., Harrison, M. Gatti, S.N. (2014, June 9). Preparing and supporting professionals who work with young children: Reflective practices for strengthening the teacher-child relationship. Poster presentation at the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) National Institute for Early Childhood Professional Development, Minneapolis, MN.

  6. Watson, C., Neilsen Gatti, S., Harrison, M., & Cox, M. (2013, October 17). Supporting early interventionists through reflective consultation. Poster presentation at the Division for Early Childhood (DEC) International Conference, San Francisco, CA.

  7. Watson, C., & Harrison, M. (2013, April 29). Supporting early interventionists from multiple disciplines through reflective consultation. Minnesota Association for Children's Mental Health (MACMH) Child and Adolescent Health Conference, Duluth, Minnesota.

Michele Mazzocco

  1. Mazzocco, M.M.M. (2015, October 9). Sources of Mathematics Learning Difficulties in School Age Children. Invited presentation at the 34th Tri-Association Meeting in Bogota, Colombia.

  2. Mazzocco, M.M.M, Chan, Y.C.J., & Praus, T. (March 19, 2015). Children's Judgments of Numbers in Context Reveal Their Emerging Number Concepts. Presented at the SRCD Biennial Meeting in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

  3. Mazzocco, M. (April 24, 2014). Invited presentation: Mathematical Learning Difficulties in School Age Children. West Virginia Association of School Psychologists Annual Meeting, Charleston, WV

  4. Mazzocco, M. (2014, April 23).  Early Mathematical Thinking. Presented at the CEED CLASS Observation Training Meeting, Monticello, MN.

  5. Mazzocco, M. (2014, February 19). Dyscalculia and other mathematical learning difficulties in school-age children. Invited Workshop presented at the National Association of School Psychologists, Washington, D.C.

  6. Mazzocco, M.M.M. (2013, November 8). Mathematical learning difficulties and disabilities in school age children. Invited Presentation at the British Columbia Association of School Psychologists Annual Meeting in Vancouver, British Columbia.

  7. Mazzocco, Michele M. (2013, October 24). Mathematical learning difficulties and disabilities in school age children. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the New York Association of School Psychologists in White Plains, New York.

  8. Mazzocco, M.M.M (2013, September 14). Come la discalculia si differenzia da altre difficolta in matematica.  (How dyscalculia differs from other forms of mathematics learning difficulties.) Plenary presentation presented at  I Disturbi Specifici dell'Apprendimento e i Bisogni Educativi Speciali: screening, diagnosi e intervento (Specific Learning Disabilities and special educational needs: Screening, diagnosis, and intervention), Troina, Sicily, Italy.

  9. Mazzocco, M. (2013, July 26). Individual differences in numerical & executive function skills contribute to variation in children's arithmetic computation. Presented at the first Annual Midwestern Meeting of Mathematical Thinking in Minneapolis, MN.

  10. Mazzocco, M.M.M. (2013, June 12-13) Numeracy and Mathematics Achievement in School Age Children. Presented at the Punahou School 4th Annual Brain Symposium, Honolulu, Hawaii.

  11. Mazzocco, M.M.M., & Herold, K. (2013, March 13). Mathematics in Early Childhood. Presented at the 2013 Minnesota Head Start Conference in Saint Paul, MN.

  12. Mazzocco, M.M.M. (2013, February 12).  Mathematical Learning Difficulties in School Age Children. Invited Presentation at National Association of School Psychologists Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA.

  13. Mazzocco, M.M.M. (2012, November 17). Similarities and Differences Across Math Learning Difficulties and Disabilities. Presented at the 33rd annual Learning & the Brain Conference, Boston, MA.

  14. Mazzocco, M.M.M.  (2012, November 9). Mathematical Learning Disabilities and Other Obstacles to Mathematics Achievement. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Ohio School Psychologists Association, Columbus, Ohio.

  15. Mazzocco, Michele M.M.M. (2012, October 24). How longitudinal Studies Inform Evolving Definitions of Mathematics Learning Disabilities.  In M. Mazzocco (Chair), Dyscalculia and other mathematics learning difficulties. Symposium conducted at the International Dyslexia Association Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD.

  16. Mazzocco, Michele M. M. M. (2012, September 14). Invited Presentation at the first Cambridge Conference and Workshop on Developmental Dyscalculia,  sponsored by the Centre for Neuroscience in Education, Department of Psychology, Cambridge, UK, held at St John's College, Cambridge.

Beth Menninga

  1. Menninga, B.; Fribley, J. & Born Selly, P. (August 24, 2016).  Reaching standards in literacy, math and science through curiosity-focused Interactions. Lakes Country Service Cooperative, Fergus Falls, MN.

  2. Menninga, Beth. (August 18, 2015). Supporting early math skills: A key to kindergarten readiness. Presented as part of the Visible Child Initiative training series in St. Paul, MN.

  3. Menninga, Beth (August 2016). A square is a special kind of rectangle. 16th Annual Communities Collaborative Brain Development Conference, Mahnomen, MN.

  4. Menninga, Beth. (July 21, 2016). Developing a Minnesota credential for relationship based professional development practitioners. MnAEYC/MnSACA Summer Leadership Institute, Bloomington, MN.

  5. Menninga, Beth. (July 21, 2015). Supporting early math skills: A key to kindergarten readiness. Presented as part of the Visible Child Initiative training series in St. Paul, MN.

  6. Menninga, B. (July 16, 2015). A square is a special kind of rectangle. Presenting at the National Association for Family Child Care's annual conference in Bloomington, MN.

  7. Menninga, Beth. (June 2016). What's all this about trainer competencies? Presented at the Trainers' Summit in Roseville, MN.

  8. Chang, C., Heidemann, S., & Menninga, B. (June 2015). Sleep, Creep and Leap - The Art of Developing Intentional Teachers. Presented at the NAEYC National Institute for Early Childhood Professional Development, New Orleans, LA.

  9. Hawley, V., Bailey, A., & Menninga, B. (June 2015). Moving from conceptual framework to real world application is not always easy: writers and trainers use the universal multicultural instructional design framework to support reciprocal teaching and learning. Presented at the NAEYC National Institute for Early Childhood Professional Development, New Orleans, LA.

  10. Menninga, B. (2015, April 16). Welcome to early mathematical experiences. Presentation at the Minnesota Association for Family and Early Education (MNAFEE), St. Cloud, MN.

  11. Kussman, L., & Menninga, B. (2015, January 31). Introducing the Minnesota Infant Toddler Credential. Presentation at the MnAEYC/MnSACA Conference, St. Paul, MN.

  12. Menninga, B., & Ostendorf, K. (2015, January 31). Advancing our profession: What will it take? Presentation at the MnAEYC/MnSACA Conference, St. Paul, MN.

  13. Chang,C., Heidemann, S., Menninga, B., & Moomaw, S. (2014, November 8). Numbers do Work! Using coaching and assessment to improve math instruction in diverse early childhood settings. Presented at the NAEYC 2014 Annual Conference, Dallas, TX.

  14. Heidemann, S., & Menninga, E. (2014, January). A square is a special kind of rectangle: Exploring space and shapes with young children. Presented at the MnAEYC/MnSACA Conference, St. Paul, MN.

  15. Chang, C., Heidemann, S., & Menninga, E. (2013, November). Advancing equity in early childhood by uncovering the myths that keep racism in place. Presented at the NAEYC Conference, Washington, D.C.

  16. Chang, C., Heidemann, S., & Menninga, E. (2013, June). Better together: Translating developmentally appropriate practice into coaching relationships with teachers. Presented at the NAEYC Professional Development Institute, San Francisco, CA.

  17. Menninga, E., & Moomaw, S. (University of Cincinnati). (2013, April). Mathematics Curriculum-Based Assessment and Instruction in Low Income Preschools. Presented at the Early Mathematics Instructional Issues Roundtable, AERA Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Amy Susman-Stillman

  1. Bailey, A. and Susman-Stillman, A. (2015, July 16). Authentic Assessment: New Opportunities for Professional Development. National Association of Family Child Care National Conference, Bloomington, MN.

  2. Lingras, K., Susman-Stillman, A., Johnson, A., Fisher, K., & Lytle, S.  (2015, March 20). Roundtable discussion entitled Strengthening connections among research, policy and practice: What is the role of higher education and training programs? Roundtable discussant at the 2015 Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

  3. Susman-Stillman, A., Englund, M.M., Webb, C., & Meuwissen, A. (2015, March 20). Preschool children’s theatre arts skills and their socioemotional and expressive language. Paper presented as part of a symposium, Associations between music and drama/pretense participation and early childhood social development, at the 2015 Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

  4. Susman-Stillman, A. (2015, March 5). Improving early childhood practice by bridging the gap. Brown bag talk presented at the Institute of Child Development, University of Minnesota.

  5. Susman-Stillman, A., Englund, M., & Webb, C. (2015, March). Preschool theatre arts skills and children's approaches to learning. Presentation as part of a symposium Associations Between Music and Drama/Pretense Participation and Early Childhood Social Development, Society for Research in Child Development, Philadelphia, PA.

  6. Susman-Stillman, A., Halle, T., Cleveland, J., Li, W., & Sosinksy, L. (2015, January). Parent and provider perceptions of quality. Presentation for the Parent Aware Communications Committee, St. Paul, MN.

  7. Susman-Stillman, A. (2015, January). Implementing and assessing student stories for the very young. Presentation to the Sheltering Arms Board of Directors, Minneapolis, MN.

  8. Susman-Stillman, A., & Ruhl-Carlson, A. (December 5, 2014). All-day K and developmentally appropriate practice in St. Louis Park Public Schools.  Presentation to district-wide early childhood and kindergarten staff.

  9. Susman-Stillman, A., Asp, M., & Beckstrom, E. (2014). An exploration of implementing and assessing student stories for the very young. Presentation at the Neighborhood Bridges Conference, Children’s Theatre Company, Minneapolis, MN.

  10. Susman-Stillman, A. (2014, May). Contemporary issues in early childhood practice and policy. Guest lecture in early childhood policy class, Humphrey Institute on Public Affairs, University of Minnesota Twin Cities.

  11. Susman-Stillman, A. (2014, May). The impact of poverty on children's early development. Panelist, Community Conversations about Poverty and Two-Generation Solutions. Jeremiah Project. Minneapolis, MN.

  12. Stout, K., & Susman-Stillman, A. (2014, March 13). Evaluation capacity building in early childhood education. Presented at the Minnesota Evaluation Studies Institute, St. Paul, MN.

  13. Susman-Stillman, A., Giovanelli, A., Labella, M., & Meuwissen, A. (2014, February 27). Promoting early learning and play: Evaluations of innovative outreach programs at the Minnesota Children’s Museum and Hennepin County Libraries. Bag lunch presentation at the Institute of Child Development, University of Minnesota.

  14. Susman-Stillman, A., Halle, T., & Cleveland, J.  (2012, October 2).  Parent perceptions of quality in early care and education.  A presentation for the MN Department of Human Services Child Development Services as part of the Maryland-Minnesota Child Care Research Partnership.  CEED is part of this research partnership with Child Trends and the University of Minnesota's Department of Applied Economics.

  15. Susman-Stillman, A. (2012, September 19). Evaluation of Minnesota's Family, Friend and Neighbor Grant Program, 2007-2009. Presented to the Early Learning Council, Rural and Special Populations Committee.

  16. Susman-Stillman, A. (2011, November 17). Measuring Implementation Fidelity in Early Care and Education: Considerations for Future Measurement Development. Presented as part of session, Analytic Approaches to Studying the Implementation of ECE Programs and Systems, at the Child Care Policy Research Consortium Annual Conference, Washington, D.C.

  17. Kretzmann, J., Susman-Stillman, A., Carlson, E., & Harman, S. (2011, November 10). Panel on programs to support infant and early childhood mental health. Minnesota Head Start Innovation Meeting, St. Paul, MN.

  18. Susman-Stillman, A. (2011, October 12). Webinar: The Science of Early Brain Development and Child Development. Sponsored by Working Family Resource Center (WFRC) and Minnesota Department of Education.

  19. Susman-Stillman, A. (2011, June 4). Evaluation of the Minnesota Family, Friend and Neighbor Grant Program. Presentation at Enhanced Home-based Care, Research Connections webinar.

  20. Susman-Stillman, A., Cleveland, J. (2010, June). Family, Friend, and Neighbor Caregiving in Minnesota.  Presentation “Sharing the Wisdom” results of interviews with grandmothers caring for grandchildren.  Saint Paul, MN.  | Video presentation | Presentation handout

  21. Susman-Stillman, A. R., and Banghart, P. (2011, May). Quality in family, friend, and neighbor child care settings. Child Care & Early Education Research Connections. Retrieved from http://www.researchconnections.org/childcare/resources/14340/pdf.

  22. Susman-Stillman, A. (2010, April 22). The science of early development: Brain development and child development. Keynote address, Caring for Kids Initiative Breakfast, Wayzata Country Club, Wayzata, MN.

  23. Susman-Stillman, A., & Rader, S. (2010, April 7). Caring for Kids Initiative: Final Evaluation Report. Presentation at the Caring for Kids Initiative Advisory Board meeting, Wayzata, MN.

  24. Susman-Stillman, A., Englund, M.M., Pleuss, J., Cleveland, J., Shkolnik, A. (2009, April 27). Changing Beliefs and Knowledge of Child Care Providers: The Ounce Research Project.  Presentation at the Human Capital Research Collaborative Mini-Conference: Promoting Child Health and Well-Being.

  25. Susman-Stillman, A., Englund, M.M., Pleuss, J., Cleveland, J., Shkolnik, A. (2009, April 2-4). Changing Beliefs and Knowledge of Child Care Providers: The Ounce Research Project.  Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Denver, CO.

  26. Godber, Y., Kovan, N., Susman-Stillman, A., & McConnell, S. (2009, April 2-4). Minnesota Early Learning Foundation (MELF): The Influence of a Research-Based Taxonomy on Funding and Evaluation Efforts. Presented at 2009 Society for Research in Child Development Conference (SRCD), Denver, CO. On behalf of the MELF project. Poster Presentation.

  27. Susman-Stillman, A., McConnell, S., & Godber, Y. (2009, April 2-4). Using a Common Conceptual Framework to Coordinate Evaluation of MELF Initiatives. Presented at 2009 Society for Research in Child Development Conference (SRCD), Denver, CO.On behalf of the MELF project. Poster Presentation.

  28. Pleuss, J., Susman-Stillman, A., & Shkolnik, A. (2009, April 2-4). Coding Speech Samples: Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Methods. Presented at 2009 Society for Research in Child Development Conference (SRCD), Denver, CO. On behalf of the OUNCE project. Poster Presentation.

  29. Susman-Stillman, A., Englund, M., Pleuss, J., Cleveland, J., &  Shkolnik, A. (2009, April 2-4). Changing Beliefs and Knowledge of Child Care Providers: The Ounce Research Project. Presented at 2009 Society for Research in Child Development Conference (SRCD), Denver, CO. On behalf of the OUNCE project. Poster Presentation.

Christopher Watson

  1. Daily, D., Heffron, M.C., Shahmoon Shanook, R., Tomlin, A., Weatherston, D.,Daily, D. & Watson, C. (2015, December 2). Nurturing a culture of relationship and reflection in supervision, practice and programs: Navigating rivers of shared emotion and thought. Pre-conference training at the ZERO to THREE National Training Institute, Seattle, WA.

  2. Storm, K., Bailey, A. & Watson, C. (2015, December 2). Minnesota's Maternal Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) evaluation: Applications for policy and practice. Poster presentation at the ZERO to THREE National Training Institute, Seattle, WA.

  3. Watson, C., Hennes, J. & Harrison, M. (2015, November 9). Researching reflective supervision. Presentation at the annual retreat of the Alliance for the Advancement of Infant Mental Health (formerly the League of States), Phoenix, AZ.

  4. Bailey, A., & Watson, C. (2015, November 5). The effects of reflective supervision on home visitor burnout. Paper presented at the Healthy Families America National Leadership Conference, Chicago, Illinois.

  5. Bailey, A., & Watson, C. (2015, November 5). The effects of reflective supervision on home visitor burnout. Presentation at the Healthy Families America National Leadership Conference, Chicago, IL.

  6. Watson, C., & Hennes, J. (2015, November 5). Capturing the evidence: Development of an observational tool to substantiate the active ingredients of reflective supervision. Presentation at the Healthy Families America National Leadership Conference, Chicago, IL.

  7. Siegel, C. & Watson, C.L. (2015, April 21) Reflective supervision: Professional development and parallel process. Paper presentation at The Institute for Strengthening Families Conference, Indianapolis, IN.

  8. Harrison, M., & Watson, C.L. (2015, March 24). A practitioner change process: Findings from qualitative research exploring early interventionists' participation in a reflective consultation group. Poster presentation at College of Education and Human Development Research Day, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

  9. Bailey, A. E., Storm, K. J., Watson, C. W., & Moon, D. (2015, March 24). The effects of reflective supervision on home visitor burnout. Poster presentation at the University of Minnesota's College of Education and Human Development Research Day, Minneapolis, MN.

  10. Harrison, M.E., & Watson, C. (2014, December 12). A story of transformation in early intervention: Research exploring experiences of reflective supervision/consultation. Zero to Three's 29th National Training Institute, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

  11. Watson, C. (2014, November 3). Identifying essential elements of reflective supervision: The Reflective Interaction Observation Scale (RIOS). Annual Infant Mental Health Endorsement League of States Retreat, Kansas City, Missouri.

  12. Johnson, L., & Watson, C. (2014, March 25). Statewide scale-up of the pyramid for social emotional development: Impact, implementation, and issues. Poster presentation for the College of Education and Human Development Research Day, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.

  13. Watson, C., Storm, K., Bailey, A. (2014, March 25). Building infrastructure capacity for reflective practice: Process and impact studies. Poster presentation for the College of Education and Human Development Research Day, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.

  14. Johnson, L., & Watson, C. (2014, February 20-22). Statewide scale-up of the pyramid for social emotional development: Impact, implementation, and issues. Poster presented at Conference on Research Innovations in Early Intervention, San Diego, California.

  15. Watson, C., Stout, K., & Bailey, A. (2014, January 29). Building infrastructure capacity for reflective practice: An impact study.  Poster presented at the Fourth National Summit on Quality In Home Visiting Programs, Washington, D.C.

  16. Watson, C., Strum, L., Tomlin, A., & Gallen, R. (2013, December 12). Emerging research on reflective supervision: Defining its essential elements and demonstrating its impact. Presentation at Zero to Three's 28th National Training Institute, San Antonio, TX.

  17. Watson, C., & Hennes, J. (2013, December 10). Introduction of the Reflective Interaction Observation Scale (RIOS): An initial investigation of its functionality, comprehensiveness and validity. Presentation at the annual League of States Retreat, San Antonio, TX.

  18. Watson, C., Neilsen Gatti, S., Harrison, M., & Cox, M. (2013, October 17). Supporting early interventionists through reflective consultation. Poster presentation at the Division for Early Childhood (DEC) International Conference, San Francisco, CA.

  19. Johnson, L., Watson, C., & Krick Oborn, K. (2013, October 17). Statewide scale-up of the pyramid for social emotional development: Impact and implementation. Paper presentation at the Division for Early Childhood (DEC) International Conference, San Francisco, CA.

  20. Watson, C., & Harrison, M. (2013, April 29). Supporting early interventionists from multiple disciplines through reflective consultation. Minnesota Association for Children's Mental Health—Child and Adolescent Health Conference, Duluth, Minnesota.

  21. Mavis, A., Johnson, D., Thurlow, M., Nord, D., & Watson, C. (2012, October). Rigor, interpersonal skills, and systems change: Perspectives gained in evaluations of programs and systems serving people with disabilities. Presented at American Evaluation Association (AEA) in Minneapolis, MN.

  22. Johnson, L., Watson, C., Bedor, M., & Krick Oborn, K. (2012, October). Statewide scale-up of the pyramid for social emotional development: Successes and lessons. Paper presented at the meeting of the Division of Early Childhood (DEC), Minneapolis, MN.

  23. Cox, M., Watson, C., & Pandit, S. (2012, June). Shared leadership: Key ingredients for a successful cross-sector partnership. Presented at the 2012 NAEYC National Institute for Early Childhood Professional Development Conference, Indianapolis, IN.

  24. Neilsen Gatti, S., Watson, C., & Cox, M. (2012, February). Reflective consultation as an ongoing, embedded professional development model.  Poster presenter at the Conference on Research Innovations in Early Childhood. San Diego, CA.

  25. Watson, C., Johnson, L., & Krick Oborn, K. (2012, February). Evaluating implementation of a tiered intervention model for social emotional development relative to professional development: A preliminary analysis. Poster presented at the Conference on Research Innovations in Early Childhood, San Diego, CA.

  26. Cox, M., & Watson, C. (2011, November 18). Poster presentation: Regional, Specialized, Professional Development Systems: Using Data to Expand Resources. Presented at the Division of Early Childhood (DEC) 27th Annual International Conference on Young Children With Special Needs & Their Families. National Harbor, MD.

  27. Neilsen Gatti, S., & Watson, C. (2011, November 18). Transformative Professional Development Tool in Infant Mental Health: Reflective Practice. Presented at the Division of Early Childhood (DEC) 27th Annual International Conference on Young Children With Special Needs & Their Families. National Harbor, MD.

  28. Cox, M., Watson, C., Kipnis, F. & Wat, A. (2011, June 13). Promoting comprehensive data systems: National and state models for integrated workforce development. Presentation at the National Association for the Education of Young Children Professional Development Institute, Providence, RI.

  29. Watson, C. (2011, April 11). Deepening Our Knowledge and Sills in Family-Centered Services. Presented at the Strengthening Families Institute, Indianapolis, IN.

  30. Watson, C. (2011, April 11). Self-regulation: Building a Foundation of Emotional Literacy. Presented at the Strengthening Families Institute, Indianapolis, IN.

  31. Watson, C.,  & Menninga, E. (2010, September 16). Babies and Toddlers Too! Presented at the National Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies (NACCRRA), Minneapolis, MN.

  32. Watson, C., & Hawley, V. (2010, April 19). Self-regulation: Building a Foundation of Emotional Literacy. Presented at the Institute for Strengthening Families in Indianapolis, Indiana.

  33. Watson, C., & Hawley, V. (2010, April 19). Self-regulation: Addressing Challenging Behaviors in Infants and Toddlers (15 pages). Presented at the Institute for Strengthening Families in Indianapolis, Indiana. 

  34. Watson, C., & Neilsen-Gatti, S. (2010, February 25-27). Reflective Supervision in Part C. A poster presentation to the Conference on Research Innovations in Early Intervention (CRIEI). San Diego, CA. 

  35. Watson, C. (2008, August 28). Moving Teachers Along the Professional Development...Coaching that Connects Assessment to Practice. Presented in St. Cloud, MN.

  36. Watson, C., & Hawley, V. (2006, June 4-7). Moving Teachers Along the Professional Development Road...Two Coaching Models Connect Assessment to Practice in Child Care and Head Start (10 pages). National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) 15th National Institute for Early Childhood Professional Development, San Antonio, TX.

  37. Watson, C. (2005, October). Bridging Education and Mental Health in Early Childhood (10 pages). Presented at the Division of Early Childhood (DEC) International Conference, Portland, Oregon.

  38. Watson, C. (2004, May 11). Head and Heart: Supporting the Mental Health of Young Children (11 pages). Presented at the Minnesota Head Start Conference, St. Cloud, MN.

  39. Watson, C. (2005, March 16). Introduction to Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health (11 pages). Presented at the Early Childhood Special Education class, Barbara Wolfe, Ph.d., University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN.

  40. Watson, C. (2005, February 16). Head & Heart: Social-Emotional Development and Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health (11 pages). Presented in Buffalo, MN.

  41. Watson, C. (2005, March 5). Introduction to Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health (17 pages). Presented at PACER, Bloomington, MN.

Chloe Webb

  1. Susman-Stillman, A., Englund, M.M., Webb, C., & Meuwissen, A. (2015, March 20). Preschool children’s theatre arts skills and their socioemotional and expressive language. Paper presented as part of a symposium, Associations between music and drama/pretense participation and early childhood social development, at the 2015 Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


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