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Title: Professor/ Director of Grad Education (DOGE)
Department: School of Education
Office: 1730d Lagomarcino 901 Stange Rd., Ames, IA 50011
Phone number: +1 515 294 8373
I am a Professor in Special Education in the School of Education. I also serve as the Director of Graduate Education (DOGE) for all graduate programs in the School. My research explores the development and implementation of brief assessments in mathematics that can be used to monitor student progress. My research in this area has spanned early numeracy (K-1) and middle grades (6-8); my current work explores the development and implementation of measures for beginning algebra. I have directed three federal grants supporting this work and served on the author panels for two IES practice guides related to mathematics, Assisting Students Struggling with Mathematics: Response to Intervention (RtI) for Elementary and Middle Schools, and Teaching Strategies for Improving Algebra Knowledge in Middle and High School Students.
- Mathematics learning difficulties
- Curriculum-based measurement/progress monitoring
- Learning Disabilities
Foegen, A., Stecker, P.M., Genareo, V. R., Lyons, R., Olson, J. R. Simpson, A., Romig, J. R., & Jones, R. (2016). Using an online tool for learning about and implementing algebra progress monitoring. TEACHING Exceptional Children, 49, 106-114.
Conoyer, S., Foegen, A., & Lembke, E. (2016). Early Numeracy Indicators: Examining predictive utility across years and states. Remedial and Special Education, 37(3), 159-171.
Ph.D., Educational Psychology, University of Minnesota, 1995
M.A., Education, The Ohio State University, 1987
B. S. Mathematics Teaching, Winona State (MN) University, 1986
Memorial High School, Eau Claire, WI, 1982