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 Lynn  Calvert

Lynn Calvert

Associate Professor

Office: 2211 - Human Services
Phone: 217-581-2712
Email: lcalvert@eiu.edu

Lynn Calvert's Vita
Since joining the EIU-CDS department, Lynn Calvert has taught classes with an emphasis in child language disorders.  She has special interests in autism, literacy, narratives, and school-based services/service delivery.  Prior to coming to EIU, Lynn worked for a special education cooperative, school district and provided early intervention services.

Frequently Taught Courses


CDS 3700 Diagnosis and Treatment in Communication Disorders

CDS 4820 Langauge and Literacy

CDS 5090 Advanced Clinical Techniques

CDS 5600 Professional Regulations and Issues in Speech-Language Pathology

CDS 5970 Educational Internship

CDS 5400 Narrative Assessment and Intervention

CDS 5400 Alternative Assessment

 

Education

BS and MA: Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, MO

Professional Organizations

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

ASHA Special Interest Division 1 Language Learning and Education

ASHA Special Interest Division 16 School-Based Issues

Illinois Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Research


Selected Publications

Richard, G.J., & Calvert, L. K. (2003). Differential Assessment of Autism and Other Developmental Disorders. East Moline, IL; LinguiSystems.
 
Calvert, L., Throneburg, R., Kocher, C., Davidson, P., & Paul, P. (2003). Collaborative or pull-out intervention: Practice and progress at one elementary school. ASHA Division 16 Newsletter, 4, 8-13
 
Calvert, L., Throneburg, R., Grimaldi, M., Paul, P., & Althoff, J. (2001). Teachers and speech-language pathologists collaborating to improve listening and reading comprehension. Eastern Education Journal, 30, 43-48.
 
Throneburg, R. N., Calvert, L. K.,  Sturm, J. M., Paramboukas, A. M., Paul, P. (2000).  A comparision of service delivery models: Effects on curricular vocabulary skills in the school setting. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 9, 10-20.

Selected Conference Presentations

Calvert, L. K. & Ward, M. (2008) Teaching with technology: A CDS laptop initiative.  Presented at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Convention, Chicago, IL, November 21.   Abstract published in ASHA Leader, 9, 170.

LaPrairie, D., Throneburg, R., & Calvert, L. (2008). Facilitative vocabulary techniques by teachers with differing views of collaboration.  Presented at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Convention, Chicago, IL, November 20.   Abstract published in ASHA Leader, 9, 114.

LaPrairie, D., Throneburg, R., & Calvert, L. (2008). Facilitative vocabulary techniques by teachers with differing views of collaboration.  Presented at the Illinois Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Convention, Rosemont, IL, February13.  

Calvert, L., & Throneburg, R. (2008).  Assessment and intervention for language and literacy in the early elementary years. Presented for East Central Illinois Speech-Language Pathology Association. Charleston, IL, January 11.

Calvert, L., & Throneburg, R. (2007).  Assessment and intervention for language and literacy in the early elementary years. Presented for Central Illinois Speech-Language Pathology Association. Springfield, IL, September 8.

Calvert, L. (2007). Linking language and literacy. Presented at Woodlawn Early Learning Center CUSD 220, Carpentersville, IL, January 19. 

Calvert, L. (2006). The language and literacy connection. Presented for StarNet, Roosevelt University, Schaumberg, IL, August


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