Daniel S Newman

Title:

Assistant Professor, School and Educational Psychology

Programs/Classes Taught:

M.Ed. in Educational Psychology: School Psychology track
Ed.D. in School Psychology

Theory and Practice of School Consultation (three-course sequence)
School Psychology Internship Seminar
Fundamentals of Supervision

Areas of Expertise:

School consultation, and consultation training
Clinical supervision

Biography:

Daniel S. Newman is an assistant professor in the school psychology program at National Louis University in Illinois. He received his Ph.D. in school psychology at the University of Maryland, College Park . Dr. Newman currently teaches and supervises courses in school consultation, clinical supervision, and a school psychology internship seminar. His research interests focus on school consultation training and supervision, and he has written several articles, book chapters, and presented locally and nationally on these topics. Dr. Newman is currently chair of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) Early Career Workgroup, and co-chair of the NASP Consultee-Centered Consultation interest group, as well as the Trainers of School Psychologists Consultation Training interest group. He is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist.

Education:

University of Maryland, College Park MD August 2004 – August 2009
• Ph.D., School Psychology, August 2009
• M.A., School Psychology, December 2007

The George Washington University, Washington DC August 1999 – May 2002
• Bachelor of Arts, Psychology

Research and Interests:

Recent Publications (Selected)

Books<
Newman, D.S. (2013). Demystifying the school psychology internship: A dynamic guide for interns and supervisors. New York: Routledge.

Book Chapters
Silva, A., Newman, D.S., & Guiney, M. (in preparation). Best practices in early career transitions. In A. Thomas, & P. Harrison (Eds.), Best practices in school psychology (6th ed.). Bethesda, MD: National Association of School Psychologists.

Newell, M. & Newman, D.S. (accepted). Assessing the state of evidence in consultation training: A review and call to the field. In W. P. Erchul and S. M. Sheridan (Eds.). Handbook of research in school consultation (2nd ed.). New York: Routledge.

Pas, E. & Newman, D.S. (2013). Teacher mentoring, coaching, and consultation. In J. Hattie, & E.M. Anderman (Eds.), International handbook of student achievement (pp. 152-154). New York: Routledge.

Newman, D.S. (2012). Supervision of consultation training: Addressing the content and process concerns of novice consultants. In S.A. Rosenfield (Ed.). Becoming a school consultant: Lessons learned (pp. 49-70). New York: Routledge.

Articles
Simon, D. J., Cruise, T. K., Huber, B. J., Newman, D. S., & Swerdlik, M. E. (in press). Supervision in school psychology: The developmental/ecological/problem-solving model. Psychology in the Schools.

Newman, D.S., Salmon, D., & Nebbergall, A.J. (in press). Structured peer group supervision for novice consultants: Procedures, pitfalls, and potential. Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation.

Newman, D.S. (2012). A grounded theory study of supervision of pre-service consultation training. Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, 22, 247-279.

Teglasi, H., Nebbergall, A., & Newman, D. (2011). Construct validity and case validity in assessment. Psychological Assessment, 24, 464-475.

Newman, D.S., Jacob, S., & the NASP Early Career Workgroup (2011). Essential ethics for early career school psychologists. NASP Communique, 42(2), 26.

Newman, D.S. & the NASP Early Career Workgroup (2010). Essential tools for prospective and early career school psychology faculty. NASP Communique, 39(4), 24.

Newman, D.S., Cocol, P., & Coffin, T. (2010). A differentiated approach to consultation training on internship. NASP Communique, 39 (3), 8-10.

Recent Presentations (Selected)

Kelly, R., Cruise, T., Walsh, J., Swerdlik, M., & Newman, D. (2013, February). Statewide internship plan ratings: Consideration of professional competencies. Poster presented at the annual convention of the Trainers of School Psychology, Seattle, WA.

Newman, D.S., McCann, K., & Galindo, L. (2012, September). Demystifying the school psychology internship: Actions, processes, and big ideas. Professional development presentation at the annual Illinois School Psychology Internship Day, Bloomington, IL.

Newman, D.S., & Schneider, M.F. (2012, February). Communication in the mentoring process. In W. Gardiner and D. Salmon, Rethinking Teacher Preparation through Faculty Research Residencies in High Need Urban Schools. Symposium conducted at the annual American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education convention, Chicago, IL.

Cruise, T.K., Kelly, R., Swerdlik, M.E., Newman, D.S., & Simon, D.J. (2012, February). Illinois' multi-method approach to school psychology supervision: A practical seminar in clinical supervision. Poster presented at the annual convention of the Trainers of School Psychology, Philadelphia, PA.

Kelly, R.M., Cruise, T.K., Swerdlik, M., Newman, D.S., & Simon, D. (2012, February). School psychology intern supervisor training: A state-wide universal system - the Illinois model. Poster presented at the annual convention of the Trainers of School Psychology, Philadelphia, PA.

Newman, D.S., Cavanaugh, K., Pena, A., & McCann, K. (2012, February). Demystifying the school psychology internship: Actions, processes, and big ideas. Mini-skills workshop presented at the annual convention of the National Association of School Psychologists, Philadelphia, PA.

Newman, D.S. (2011; 2010, September). Consultation training and supervision during the school psychology internship. Professional development presentation at the annual Illinois School Psychology Internship Supervision Day, Bloomington, IL.

Newman, D.S., Rosenfield, S.A., Berger, J.M., Lynch, K.M., Schussler, L.E., & Vaganek, M. (2011, February). Working on the process: Cases in consultation training. Symposium presented at the annual convention of the National Association of School Psychologists, San Francisco, CA.

Cocol, P.A., Newman, D.S., Munch, J.K., & Shoemaker, K.E. (2011, February). Embracing the learning curve: Supervision and the early career school psychologist. Paper presented at the annual convention of the National Association of School Psychologists, San Francisco, CA.

Embse, von der, N., Buckman, M. Newman, D.S., & Monahan, K. (2011, February). Mi vita loca: Bringing your vita to life! Panel presented at the annual convention of the National Association of School Psychologists, San Francisco, CA.

Contact Information:

Email: daniel.newman@nl.edu

Phone: 224-233-2763

Daniel Newman CV

www.danielsnewman.com

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