Carol Robinson-Zañartu, Ph.D.
I currently specialize in issues of culture and equity in schools (especially Native American issues); systemic reform and restructuring; curriculum infusion of meaningful thinking skills; and alternative assessment within that context, especially dynamic assessment and its integration with ecological processes. These foci influence my consultation, research and publication efforts, as well as my teaching.
School Psychology is my professional affiliation and major teaching emphasis. Within the School Psychology Program I teach or have taught the internship supervision sequence; advanced learning theory and assessment; portfolio development; foundation introduction course; seminar and practicum; advanced sequence in individual appraisal; Native American specialty seminar; and the advanced professional seminars. I maintain ongoing involvement with the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) program approval process as a folio reviewer. My ongoing involvement with the California Association for Mediated Learning (CAAML), includes having served as past President and Social Policy Chair.
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