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Dr. Suzanne Little

Assistant Professor

Ph.D. Educational Psychology with a School Psychology Specialization, Northern Arizona University

Dissertation: Comparing Preschool Developmental
Milestone Achievement Between Children Born Preterm and Term

M.Ed. School Counseling, Valdosta State University,
M.Ed. Human Relations Counseling, Northern Arizona University
B.S. Middle Grades Education, Valdosta State University



Courses Typically Taught at CWU:

  •     Educational Psychology
  •     Advanced Evaluative Techniques
  •     Advanced Educational Psychology
  •     Consultation
  •     RTI in the Schools

Research Interests:

  •     Assessment / Evaluation
  •     Gifted Identification in Under-represented Groups
  •     Austism / Aspergers
  •     Response to Intervention

Select Publications:

  • Little, S.F. (2011, September). Teaching students to manage behavior. [Review ofthe bookSchool discipline and self-discipline: A practical guide to promoting prosocialstudent behavior, by G. G. Bear], Communiqué: The Newspaper of theNational Association of School Psychologists, 40(1), 46.
  • Little, S.F. & Kaesberg, M.A. (Summer 2011). Increasing theeligibility of Title I students for gifted education programs: A pilot study usingthe Kingore Observation Inventory.  Gifted Education Press Quarterly 25 (3),  9-14.
  • Little, S.F. (2011). Developing a Collaborative Foundation for theEffective Implementation of RTI. SCOPE: Newsletter of the Washington State Association ofSchool Psychologists, 32 (2),11-13..


Office: 432 Psychology Building
Phone: (509)-963-3688