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                                          MICHAEL D. MONG

Michael D. Mong, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Education and Psychology
University of Southern Mississippi
730 E. Beach Blvd
Long Beach, MS 39560
Office: 228-214-3239; Email: michael.mong@usm.edu

EDUCATION

2008                    Ph.D.                      Mississippi State University
                                                   Major Area: School Psychology
                                                   Minor Area: Special Education
                                                   Dissertation Title: Evaluation of the effects of the Math to
                                                   Mastery Intervention Package with elementary school students
                                                   in a school setting

2005                    M.S.                       Mississippi State University
                                                   Major Area: School Psychology

2003                    B.S.                       Louisiana State University
                                                   Major Area: Psychology

LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION
AAAA School Psychologist #203288

PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS

9/08-Current    DIRECTOR OF CLINICAL SERVICES
                The University of Southern Mississippi Autism Clinic
                Long Beach, MS

                Duties: Developing the Autism assessment protocol, obtaining support and resources from USM
                and outside agencies, administering comprehensive Autism assessments to referred clients,
                conducting training for school personnel, training graduate and undergraduate assistants.

8/08-Current    ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
                The University of Southern Mississippi
                Department of Psychology
                Long Beach, MS

                Duties: Teaching undergraduate classes in psychology, advising undergraduate students, serving
                on dissertation committees, and aiding in the development of the Ed.S. program in school
                psychology. Teach 1 or two courses per semester.

Courses Taught Research Methods (undergraduate)
               Applied Behavior Analysis (undergraduate)
               Careers in Psychology (undergraduate)
               Research in Psychology (undergraduate)
               Senior Thesis (undergraduate)
APPLIED EXPERIENCE

8/08-Current     TRAINER
                Mississippi Department of Education Curriculum and Instruction
                Jackson, MS

                Duties: Training school districts in Mississippi on how to develop and implement the
                Response to Intervention model and Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports.

8/07-7/08      APA ACCREDITED SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY INTERNSHIP
               LSU Health Sciences Center and Plaquemines Parish School Board
               New Orleans, LA and Belle Chasse, LA
               Supervisors: Dr. Alan Coulter, Ph.D., Dr. George Hebert, Ph.D., Dr. Scuddy Fontenelle, Ph.D.

               School Based Duties: Administer standardized assessments; consult with teachers, administrators,
               and parents; conduct functional behavior assessments; implement behavioral and academic
               interventions; conduct group and individual counseling; serve on IEP and SBLC teams;
               conduct teacher training workshops; and conduct curriculum assessments. Children served are
               in grades K-12. Diagnoses include: ADHD, anxiety disorder, autism spectrum disorders,
               bipolar disorder, conduct disorder, depression, dyslexia, hearing impaired, multiple disabilities,
               oppositional defiant disorder, other health impaired, specific learning disabilities, and traumatic
               brain injury.

               Private Practice Rotation Duties: Administer standardized assessments; conduct behavioral
               therapy; provide individual and family counseling; design and implement behavioral and academic
               interventions; and consult with primary care providers. Clients served range in age from 5 to 53.
               Diagnoses include: ADHD, anxiety disorder, autism spectrum disorders, bipolar disorder, conduct
               disorder, depression, dyslexia, enuresis, hearing impaired, multiple disabilities, obsessive
               compulsive disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, other health impaired, phobias, schizophrenia,
               specific learning disabilities, traumatic brain injury, and sleep disorders.


8/06-5/07      BEHAVIOR SPECIALIST
               West Point School District
               West Point, MS
               Supervisor:      Dr. Kristin Johnson-Gros, Ph.D.

               Duties: Performed functional behavior assessments;
               administered standardized assessments; implemented academic and behavioral interventions;
               consulted with teachers and administrators; taught teacher training workshops.


1-06/5/06      SPECIAL EDUCATION INTERNSHIP
               Rolling Hills Residential Care Facility & Starkville School District
               Supervisor:       Dr. Sandy Devlin, Ed.D.

               Duties: Worked with a student diagnosed with severe to profound mental retardation, hearing
               impairment, and blindness. The student was also nonverbal, ambulatory, and highly aggressive.
               Worked to improve his adaptive behavior, social skills, and overall quality of life through
               functional analysis and discrete trial training.
11/05-1/06      INSTRUMENT STANDARDAZATION
                Supervisor: Dr. Harrison Kane, Ph.D.

                Duties: Administered the Clinical Assessment of Behavior (CAB) and the Clinical
                Assessment of Depression (CAD) instruments for standardization purposes.


10/05-current   DATA COLLECTION MANAGER
                The Project for Abstinence Until Marriage
                Starkville, MS
                Supervisor:      Dr. Kent Coffey, Ed.D.

                Duties: Devised and implemented outcome measures and treatment integrity measures for the
                abstinence education curriculum; responsible for analyzing and summarizing outcome data.


1/04-5/06       POSITIVE BEHAVIOR SUPPORT CONSULTANT
                Starkville School District
                Supervisors:      Dr. Dale Bailey, Ph.D., Dr. Tony Doggett, Ph.D.

                Duties: Provided consultation to school districts regarding the development and implementation
                of school wide positive behavior supports across elementary, middle, and high schools based on
                the Oregon Model of effective behavior support; facilitated the implementation of school
                improvement teams to assist in the development of school-wide expectations, methods for
                teaching expectations, incentive programs, and modification of the continuum of discipline to be
                more proactive and teach pro-social behaviors; provided on-going supervision to support
                personnel providing behavioral services to children including functional behavior assessments and
                the development of positive behavior support plans; consulted with administrators regarding the
                evaluation of program impact and data analysis of student referral rates, achievement outcomes,
                attendance, and faculty and parental satisfaction.


7/05-8/05       ASSISTANT CLINIC DIRECTOR
                Developmental Disabilities Clinic
                Mississippi State University.
                Supervisor:       Dr. John Obringer, Ph.D.

                Duties: Observed and evaluated graduate level special education practicum students as they
                administered tests to subjects at the Developmental Disabilities Clinic at Mississippi State
                University. Evaluated students’ ability to administer tests, score tests, interpret test results, and
                write assessment reports.


8/03-5/07       CLINIC AND SCHOOL BASED PRACTICUM STUDENT
                Department of Counselor Education, Educational Psychology, & Special Education
                Mississippi State University
                Supervisors:      Dr. Tony Doggett, Ph.D., Dr. Kristin Johnson-Gros, Ph.D.

                Duties: Conducted parent, teacher, and child interviews; administered and evaluated
                behavior and adaptive rating scales, intelligence tests, and achievement tests; conducted clinic and
                school based functional behavior assessments including interviews, assessments, and functional
                analysis conditions; provided parent management training based on the Parent Child Interaction
                Therapy (PCIT) model; conducted curriculum based assessments, and implemented empirically-
                based academic interventions. Clients served: ages 3 - 25. Diagnosed impairments included
                ADHD, autism spectrum disorders, cyclical vomiting, enuresis, encopresis, FAS, LD, OCD, ODD,
                and selective mutism, and sleep disorders.
8/03-5/07        GRADUATE TEACHING ASSISTANT
                 Department of Counselor Education, Educational Psychology, & Special Education
                 Mississippi State University.
                 Supervisors:      Dr. Kent Coffey, Ed.D., Dr. Sandy Devlin Ed.D., Dr. Frank Elrod, Ph.D.

                 Awarded Teaching Assistantship. Duties: Taught Introduction to Special Education; observed,
                 evaluated, and modeled teaching procedures and behavioral and academic interventions for
                 undergraduate special education students in teaching practicum and evaluated lesson plans,
                 teaching of lessons, behavior management, and professionalism.


8/03 – 12/04     BEHAVIOR SPECIALIST
                 Behavioral Research Assessment and Training Services, Starkville, MS
                 Supervisors:     Dr. R. Anthony Doggett, Ph.D. & Dr. Carl J. Sheperis, Ph.D.

                 Duties: Observed Head Start classrooms using the Conner’s Rating Scale, Child Behavior
                 Checklist, Sutter-Eyberg School Behavior Inventory, and the DSM-IV Disruptive Behavior
                 Checklist; conducted behavioral and structural observations of the classroom, wrote assessment
                 reports and referred children for more comprehensive assessments; provided therapy for teachers,
                 families, and children.


AWARDS

Butch Oustalet Family Distinguished Professorship Award for Service (2009) University of Southern Mississippi

AFFILIATIONS

Mississippi Association of Psychology in the Schools
Louisiana School Psychology Association
National Association of School Psychologists
Mid South Educational Research Association
Asian American Psychological Association

PUBLICATIONS

Book Chapters

Sheperis, C., Mong, M., & Doggett, R.A., (2006). Selecting, Administering, Scoring, and Interpreting Assessment
         Instruments and Techniques. In B. T. Erford (Ed.), Assessment for Counselors.


Test Reviews

Mong, M. (2004). Behavior Assessment System for Children (BASC) Test Review. In B. T. Erford (Ed.),
       Counselor’s Guide to Clinical, Personality, and Behavioral Assessment.

Mong, M. (2004). Child Behavior Check List (CBCL) Test Review. In B. T. Erford (Ed.), Counselor’s Guide to
       Clinical, Personality, and Behavioral Assessment.

Mong, M. (2004). BASC Test Review. Counselors Website
Works in Progress (data collection finished)

Ota, M., Mong, M., & Johnson-Gros, K. Effects of Two Mathematics Interventions on the Calculation Performance,
         Satisfaction, and Self-efficacy of a Third-Grade Student in Choice and No-Choice Conditions. Manuscript
         submitted to Journal of Evidence Based Practices for Schools.

Mong, M., Mong, K., Dogggett, T., & Henington, C. Evaluation of the effects of the math to mastery intervention
       package with elementary school students in a school setting. Manuscript to be submitted to the Journal of
       Behavioral Education.

Doggett, R.A., Dufrene, B., Mong, M., Mong, K., & Ota, M. Differential effects of compliant behavior
         displayed by a preschooler during clinic-based experimental analysis and intervention sessions when
         conducted by different adults. Manuscript to be submitted to Behavioral Interventions.

Kazmerski, J., Schuck, R., Mong, K., Ota, M., Mong, M., Doggett, R.A., & Henington, C. Evaluation of the
       math to mastery intervention package in a summer academic clinic. Manuscript to be submitted to
       Psychology in the Schools.

Mong, M., Krenzer, D., Kasper, T., & Devlin, S. Functional analysis with a student with multiple disabilities: An
       analysis of task demands. Manuscript to be submitted to the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis.


PRESENTATIONS & WORKSHOPS


Cates, G., Mong, M., Ota, M., & Johnson-Gros. (2010, March 4). Understanding what makes mathematics
         interventions successful. Symposium accepted for presentation at the National Association of School
         Psychologists Annual Conference. Chicago, IL.

Mong, M. (2009, October 14). Positive behavior intervention and supports (PBIS) throughout the tiers. Workshop
       conducted for the Mississippi Department of Education. Hattiesburg, MS.

Mong, M. (2009, September 24). Effective instruction, differentiated instruction, and interventions throughout the
       tiers. Workshop conducted for the Mississippi Department of Education. Hattiesburg, MS.

Mong, M. (2009, September 23). Universal screening and progress monitoring of academic variables. Workshop
       conducted for the Mississippi Department of Education. Hattiesburg, MS.

Mong, M. (2009, April 2-3). Putting it all together: Wrapping up Tier 1. Workshop conducted for the Mississippi
       Department of Education. Hattiesburg, MS.

Mong, M. (2009, March 25). An introduction to positive behavior interventions and supports. Workshop
       conducted for the administration of the Attalla County School District. Kosciusko, MS.

Mong, M., Doggett, T., & Henington, C. (2009, February 26). An evaluation of the math to mastery intervention
       package. Manuscript presented at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Conference.
       Boston, MA.

Mong, M. (2009, January 5). An introduction to Mississippi’s three tier model of response to intervention.
       Workshop conducted for the faculty and staff of the Lawrence County School District. Monticello, MS

Mong, M. (2008, November 11). Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports. Workshop conducted for the
       Mississippi Department of Education. Hattiesburg, MS

Mong, M. (2008, November 11). Classroom behavior management. Workshop conducted for the Mississippi
       Department of Education. Hattiesburg, MS
Mong, M. (2008, November 10). Differentiated instruction. Workshop conducted for the Mississippi Department
       of Education. Hattiesburg, MS

Mong, M. (2008, November 10). Effective classroom instruction. Workshop conducted for the Mississippi
       Department of Education. Hattiesburg, MS

Mong, M. (2008, October 14). Universal screening in tier 1. Workshop conducted for the Mississippi Department
       of Education. Hattiesburg, MS

Mong, M. (2008, October 13). An overview of Mississippi’s response to intervention model. Workshop conducted
       for the Mississippi Department of Education. Hattiesburg, MS

Mong, M. (2007, November 29). Classroom management: Understanding how to address classroom behavior
       problems. Presented to the faculty and staff of Belle Chasse Primary School. Belle Chasse, LA.

Ota, M & Mong, M, & Johnson-Gros, K. (2007, November 8). The effects of two mathematics interventions on
        academic performance and social validity of elementary school students. Presented at the Louisiana
        School Psychology Association Annual Conference. Lafayette, LA.

Mong, M. & Mong, K. (2007, February 23). An overview of the predoctoral internship in psychology process.
       Presented to the faculty and students of the Mississippi State University School Psychology Program.
       Starkville, MS.

Mong, M. & Mong, K. (2006 August 5). An overview of functional behavioral assessments: How they fit in
       Mississippi’s three tier intervention model. Presented to the administration, faculty, and staff of the
       Aberdeen, MS school district. Aberdeen, MS.

Mong, K. & Mong, M. (2006, August 5). Selecting the best inclusion model for your district. Presented to the
       administration, faculty, and staff of the Aberdeen, MS school district. Aberdeen, MS.

Mong, M., & Mong., K. (2006, August 4). Classroom management techniques. Presented to the administration,
       faculty, and staff of the Aberdeen, MS school district. Aberdeen, MS.

Mong, K., & Mong, M. (2006, August 4). Differentiated instruction: How to diversify student learning. Presented
       to the administration, faculty, and staff of the Aberdeen, MS school district. Aberdeen, MS.

Mong, M., & Mong, K. (2006, July 25). Positive behavior interventions and supports. Presented to the
       administration of the Aberdeen, MS school district. Aberdeen, MS.

Doggett, R.A., Anderson, M., Mong, K., & Mong, M. (2006, March 29). Positive behavior supports
         in two public school districts. Presented at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual
         Conference. Anaheim, CA.

Doggett, R.A., Dufrene, B.A., Foster, N., Mong, M., Mong, K., & Ota, M. (2006, March 28).
         Validity of functional behavioral assessment procedures in applied settings. Symposium presented at the
         National Association of School Psychologists Annual Conference. Anaheim, CA.

Mong, M. (2005, November 10) The effects of math to mastery with elementary and high school students.
       Accepted for presentation at the Mid-South Educational Research Association Conference, Baton Rouge,
       LA. Not presented due to the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

Mong, K, & Mong, M. (2005, November 9) Reading intervention preferences for second grade students.
       Accepted for presentation at the Mid-South Educational Research Association Conference, Baton Rouge,
       LA. Not presented due to the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
Mong, M., Ota, M., Mong, K., Doggett, R. A., & Dufrene, B. (2005, April 21) Differential effects of compliant
       behavior displayed by a preschooler during clinic based brief experimental analysis & intervention
       sessions when conducted by different adults. Presented at the Mississippi Association for Psychology in
       the Schools Conference, Jackson, MS.

Mong, M., & Henington, C. (2005, April 20) The effects of a curriculum based math intervention with an
       adolescent. Presented at the Mississippi Association for Psychology in the Schools Conference, Jackson,
       MS.

Mong, M. (2005, April 7) Is Psychology a Science: An examination of the myths and facts. Presented at
       Louisiana State University Laboratory School, Baton Rouge, LA.

Doggett, R.A., Anderson, M., & Mong, M. (2005, March 31) Positive behavioral intervention and supports:
         practical implementation in rural public schools. Presented at the National Association of School
         Psychologists Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Mong, M., & Henington, C. (2005, March 30) Mathematics achievement and its effects on students’ attitudes
       towards mathematics. Presented at the National Association of School Psychologists Conference, Atlanta,
       GA.

Mong, M., & Henington, C. (2004, November 19) The effects of changes in mathematics achievement on students’
       attitudes towards mathematics. Presented at the Mid-South Educational Research Association Confrence,
       Gatlinburg, TN.

Doggett, R. A., Henington, C., Dufrene, B., Mong, M., & Kuhn, L. (2004, October). Direct instruction techniques
         for remediation of academic skills deficits. Paper presented at the Mid-South Regional Conference on
         Psychology in the Schools. Tunica, MS.

Hoda, N. E., Mong, M., Doggett, R. A., & Henington, C. (2004, October 21) Evaluation of the effects of a
        curriculum-based math intervention packages with elementary school aged students in a summer Academic
        clinic. Presented at the Mid-South Conference on Psychology in the Schools. Tunica, MS.

Doggett, R. A., Mong, M., Sheperis, C., & Turner, A. (2004, April 27) Helping families understand the social and
         emotional aspects of disability. Presented at the Mississippi Head Start Conference, Biloxi, MS.

				
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