Dr. Kathrine M. Koehler-Hak
Dr. Koehler-Hak is Assistant Professor of school psychology. She received a Ph.D. in school psychology from University of Oregon 1996 and an MA in psychology with an emphasis in counseling from Pepperdine University in 1991. Prior to teaching at UNC, Dr. Koehler-Hak worked for 13 years as a school psychologist in the public schools. She provided leadership for the incorporation of a Response to Intervention model (RTI) including staff development for data collection and use of local norms. Her interests are in the school psychologist’s role in developing and providing effective instruction and curricula for children with diverse learning needs. Specifically, Dr. Koehler-Hak is researching and developing the Written Expression Monitoring System for Young Children (WEMSYS) for kindergarten 2nd graders. Additionally, Dr. Koehler-Hak provides community service and conducts research in the development of social competence for children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders. She is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist and a licensed school psychologist in Colorado.
Koehler-Hak, K. M. & Snyder, J. C. (2011). Local norms within a model of Response to Intervention: Implications for practice. The School Psychologist. 66, 7-11.
Koehler-Hak, K. M. (2011). Reading Comprehension. Encyclopedia of Clinical Neuropsychology (18, 2117). SpringerLink. DOI: 10.1007/978-0-387-79948-3_1480.
Koehler-Hak, K. M. (2011). Reading Fluency. Encyclopedia of Clinical Neuropsychology (18, 2117). SpringerLink. DOI: 10.1007/978-0-387-79948-3_1481.
Koehler-Hak, K. M. (2011). Mainstreaming. Encyclopedia of Clinical Neuropsychology (18, 1510 – 1511). SpringerLink. DOI: 10.1007/978-0-387-79948-3_1459.
Kathrine Koehler-Hak, Ph.D., NCSP
Assistant Professor of School Psychology
Department of School Psychology
McKee Hall 297 – Campus Box 131
University of Northern Colorado
Greeley, CO 80639
office: 970 351-1687
fax 970 351-2625