Kathrin Maki, Ph.D.
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Kathrin Maki is an Assistant Professor in the School Psychology program. Her research centers on the examination of academic interventions and data-based decision-making within multi-tiered systems of support (MTSS), and the identification of learning disabilities. Specifically, she utilizes an ecological systems framework to (a) examine the effectiveness of specific academic interventions, (b) explore mechanisms impacting academic intervention effectiveness, (c) examine data-based decision rules to target academic interventions to student needs and to determine adequate responsiveness to intervention, and (d) evaluate the methodologies used in learning disabilities identification to ensure all students receive appropriate academic support in schools.