Willa van Dijk Ph.D.

Special Education and Rehabilitation Counseling

Assistant Professor


Willa van Dijk

Contact Information

Office Location: EDUC 328
Phone: 435-797-7320
Email: willa.vandijk@usu.edu
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Educational Background

Other, Quantitative Methodology, Florida State University, 2021
PhD, Special Education, (Research Evaluation Methods; Linguistics), University of Florida, 2019
The relation between implementation fidelity of reading intervention and students’ reading outcomes.
Med, Early Childhood Special Education, East Tennessee State University, 2014
Effects of the guided discourse inquiry sequence with and without picture support on elementary-age students’ math ability and incidental vocabulary acquisition
Other, Classical Languages and Culture, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, 2006
MA, Classical Languages and Culture, (Classical History), Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, 2005
Power games: Politics and Greek games during the Republic and the Julio-Claudian dynasty

    Publications | Book Chapters

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Publications | Journal Articles

Academic Journal

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    Publications | Other

    Other

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      Teaching

      SPED 5311 - MM K-12 Reading and Language Arts: Content and Applications, Fall 2022
      SPED 5310 - Teaching Reading and Language Arts to Students with Mild/Moderate Disabilities, Fall 2022
      SPED 5310 - Teaching Reading and Language Arts to Students with Mild/Moderate Disabilities, Fall 2022
      EDUC 6050 - Applied Statistical Analysis, Summer 2022
      SPED 5311 - MM K-12 Reading and Language Arts: Content and Applications, Fall 2021
      SPED 5310 - Teaching Reading and Language Arts to Students with Mild/Moderate Disabilities, Fall 2021

      Graduate Students Mentored

      Robbie Cromwell, August 2022
      Dixie Poulson, Special Education & Rehab, January 2022