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Dr. Michael Curtis

Michael J. Curtis, Ph.D., NCSP ( Univ. of Texas-Austin )
Emeritus Professor 
 

Phone: (813) 974-6354 
curtis@usf.edu

Dr. Michael Curtis graduated with a Ph.D. in School Psychology from the University of Texas at Austin in 1974. He has been a Professor and member of the faculty in the School Psychology Program since 1993 and served as Chair of the Department of Psychological and Social Foundations from 1993 to 2000. He has been actively involved in leadership for the profession at both the state and national levels, including service to the American Psychological Association and the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP). He served as President of the NASP in 1988-89.

Dr. Curtis currently serves as Co-Director of the following grant projects:

  • Coordinated School Health
  • Problem Solving/Response to Intervention (floridarti.usf.edu)
  • Shared Services Network
  • Student Support Services (sss.usf.edu)

Courses Taught

Honors and Awards

Grants

Publications  

Recent National and State Presentations to Learned Societies

Courses Taught

  • Advanced Consultation: Organizational/Systems Change
  • Advanced Seminar in School Psychology
  • Consultation for Staff Development
  • Consulting Methods
  • Consultation Practicum
  • Interdisciplinary Seminar
  • Legal and Ethical Issues for Human Service Professionals
  • Organization Development
  • Role and Function of the School Psychologist
  • Seminar in School Psychology

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Honors and Awards

2004, April.  Lifetime Achievement Award, National Association of School Psychologist

2002, March.  Presidential Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Profession of School Psychology, National Association of School Psychologists

2001, April. Presidential Award for Outstanding Service, National Association of School Psychologists

2000, April.  Presidential Award for Outstanding Leadership in School Psychology, National Association of School Psychologists

1993, June. Outstanding Service Award, Department of School Psychology and Counseling, College of Education , University of Cincinnati

1992. Fellow Association for the Advancement of Applied and Preventive Psychology

1992, June. Outstanding Service Award, Department of School Psychology and Counseling, College of Education , University of Cincinnati

1992, May. Clyde V. Bartlett Award for Distinguished Service, Ohio School Psychologists Association

1992, March. Presidential Award for Contributions to Accreditation, Credentialing, and Training in School Psychology, National Association of School Psychologists

1990, August. Presidential Award for Dedication and Service, Journal of School Psychology, Inc.

1988, April. Presidential Award for Distinguished Contributions to School Psychology, National Association of School Psychologists

1987, May. Award for Distinguished Service, Ohio School Psychologists Association

1986, August. Fellow, Division of School Psychology, American Psychological Association

1984, April. Presidential Award for Dedication and Service, National Association of School Psychologists

1983, March. Award for Professional Recognition, Leadership and Dedication to Professional School Psychology, National Association of School Psychologists

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Grants

Problem Solving and Response to Intervention State Pilot Project. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, June, 2008 – July, 2010 (with G. Batsche), $1,723,047.

Healthy Schools, Nutrition. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, June, 2009 – June, 2010 (with G. Batsche), $97,800.

Healthy Schools, Tobacco. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, June, 2009 – June, 2010 (with G. Batsche), $52,395.

Healthy Schools, HIV/AIDS. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, April, 2009 – February, 2010 (with G. Batsche), $240,000.

Student Support Services. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, October, 2009 – December, 2010 (with G. Batsche), $2,272,642.

Problem Solving and Response to Intervention State Pilot Project. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, June, 2008 – July, 2009 (with G. Batsche), $1,723,047.

Healthy Schools, Nutrition. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, June, 2008 – June, 2009 (with G. Batsche), $339,014.

Healthy Schools, Tobacco. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, June, 2008 – June, 2009 (with G. Batsche), $61,646.

Healthy Schools, HIV/AIDS. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, April, 2008 – April, 2009 (with G. Batsche), $255,740.

Student Support Services. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, October, 2008 – December, 2009 (with G. Batsche), $2,272,642.

Problem Solving and Response to Intervention State Pilot Project. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, June, 2007 – June, 2008 (with G. Batsche), $1,298,047.

Problem Solving and Response to Intervention State Pilot Project. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, June, 2006 – June, 2007 (with G. Batsche), $575,817.

Centers for Disease Control: Coordinated School Health. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, February, 2007 – February, 2008 (with G. Batsche), $275,426.

Student Support Services. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, October, 2007 – October, 2008 (with G. Batsche), $1,394,598.

Student Support Services. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, October, 2006 – October, 2007 (with G. Batsche), $1,394,598.

Problem Solving and Response to Intervention State Pilot Project. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, February, 2006 – June, 2006 (with G. Batsche), $241,873.

Centers for Disease Control: Coordinated School Health. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, March, 2006 - February, 2007 (with G. Batsche), $291,320.

Shared Services Network Technical Assistance Resource Center Project. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, November, 2005 - October, 2006 (with G. Batsche), $632,574.

Shared Services Network. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, November, 2005 – October, 2006 (with G. Batsche),  $30,000.

Student Support Services. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, November, 2005 – October, 2006 (with G. Batsche),   $1,327,100.

Student Support Services – School Health. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, November, 2005 – October, 2006 (with G. Batsche), $36,000.

Centers for Disease Control: Coordinated School Health. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, November, 2004 - February, 2006 (with G. Batsche), $489,065.

Shared Services Network Technical Assistance Resource Center Project. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, November, 2004 - November, 2005 (with G. Batsche), $691,000.

Student Support Services. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, December, 2004 – November, 2005 ( with G. Batsche),   $1,327,100.

Shared Services Network. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, January, 2005 – November, 2005 ( with G. Batsche),  $30,000

Student Support Services – School Health. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, November, 2004 – November, 2005 ( with G. Batsche), $36,000

Centers for Disease Control: Coordinated School Health. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, November, 2003 - October, 2004 (with G. Batsche), $143,000.

Shared Services Network Technical Assistance Resource Center Project. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, November, 2003 - October, 2004 (with G. Batsche), $691,000.

Student Support Services. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, January, 2003 – December, 2004 ( with G. Batsche),   $1,327,100.

Shared Services Network. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, January, 2003 – December, 2004 ( with G. Batsche),  $30,000

Student Support Services – School Health. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, January, 2003 – December, 2004 ( with G. Batsche), $36,000

Shared Services Network Technical Assistance Resource Center Project. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, November, 2002 - October, 2003 (with G. Batsche), $681,000.

Student Support Services. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, January, 2002 – December, 2002 ( with G. Batsche),   $876,750.

Student Support Services. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, January, 2002 – December, 2002 ( with G. Batsche),  $30,000

Student Support Services – School Health. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, January, 2002 – December, 2002 ( with G. Batsche), $90,250

Shared Services Network Technical Assistance Resource Center Project. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, November, 2001 - October, 2002 (with G. Batsche), $630,000.

Shared Services Network Technical Assistance Resource Center Project. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, November, 2001 - October, 2002 (with G. Batsche), $30,000.

Student Support Services. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, March, 2001 – December, 2001 (with G. Batsche),   $876,750.

Student Support Services. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, March, 2001 – December, 2001 (with G. Batsche),  $30,000.

Student Support Services – School Health. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, March, 2001 – December, 2001 (with G. Batsche), $90,250.

Student Support Services. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, January, 2000 - December, 2000 (with G. Batsche), $107,000.

Shared Services Network Technical Assistance Resource Center Project. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, November, 1999 - October, 2000 (with G. Batsche), $30,000.

Student Support Services. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, January, 2000 - December, 2000 (with G. Batsche), $80,000.

Student Support Services. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, January, 2000 - December, 2000 (with G. Batsche), $1,171,566.

Shared Services Network Technical Assistance Resource Center Project. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, November, 1999 - October, 2000 (with G. Batsche), $924,188.

Student Support Services. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, December, 1998 - December, 1999 (with G. Batsche), $30,000.

Shared Services Network Technical Assistance Resource Center Project. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, November, 1998 - December, 1999 (with G. Batsche), $30,000.

Student Support Services. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, December, 1998 - December, 1999 (with G. Batsche), $1,240,491.

Shared Services Network Technical Assistance Resource Center Project. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, November, 1998 - December, 1999 (with G. Batsche), $942,667.

Shared Services Network Technical Assistance Resource Center Project. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, January, 1998 - December, 1998 (with G. Batsche), $30,000.

Shared Services Network Technical Assistance Resource Center Project. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, January 2, 1998 - October 31, 1998 (with G. Batsche), $854,994.

Student Support Services.  Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, December 9, 1997 - October 31, 1998 (with G. Batsche), $1,152,046.

Student Support Services and Shared Services Resource Network. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, July, 1996 (with G. Batsche), $1,240,000.

Integrated Services. Grant funded by the Florida Department of Education, January, 1996 (with G. Batsche and H. Knoff), $200,000.

Parents and Professionals:  Collaborating for Educational Reform.  Grant funded by the Children's Fund, National Association of School Psychologists, 1990 - 1991, $4,100.

Interagency Collaboration for Preschool Handicapped Services.  Training product development grant funded by the Ohio Department of Education, May, 1989 - September, 1990 (with D. Barnett), $21,400.

Assisting Special Students Through Indirect Service Techniques (ASSIST), Training grant funded by U.S. Department of Education, June, 1986 - May, 1989 (with J.L. Graden, and J.E. Zins), $230,642.

Skills Transference in Consultative Interventions.  Research grant funded by the University Research Council, University of Cincinnati , 1986 (with J.E. Zins), $5,192.

Consultation Processes and Outcomes.  Research grant funded by the University Research Council, University of Cincinnati , 1985 (with J.L. Graden and J.E. Zins), $3,800.

An Analysis of the Effects of Instructor Feedback on Consultation Skill Acquisition.  Research grant funded by the National Association of School Psychologists, 1982 (with J.E. Zins), $500.

Interdisciplinary psycho-educational programming and consultation skills in special education settings.  In-service training grant funded by the Ohio Department of Education, June, 1975 - June, 1976 (with B. Lehrer), $5,00

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Publications

Special Issue of Journal

Books

Chapters in USF School Psychology Program -Books

Technical Repots and Media Productions

Journal Articles and Other Scholarly Activity

Special Issue of Journal

Knoff, H.M., & Curtis, M.J. (Guest Editors) (1996).  Twenty-fifth Anniversary Issue: Organizational change and school reform.  School Psychology Review, 25(4).

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Books

Curtis, M.J., Hunley, S.A., & Prus, J.S. (1998).  Credentialing requirements for school psychologists.  Bethesda , MD : National Association of School Psychologists.

Wehmann, B., & Curtis, M.J. (1990).  Improving Early Childhood Services through Interagency Collaboration [with multimedia training program].  Columbus , OH :  Ohio Department of Education.

Graden, J.L., Zins, J.E., & Curtis, M.J. (Eds.). (1988).  Alternative educational delivery systems:  Enhancing instructional options for all students Washington , DC : National Association of School Psychologists.

Zins, J.E., Curtis, M.J., Graden, J.L., & Ponti, C.R. (1988).  Helping students succeed in the regular classroom:  A guide for developing intervention assistance programs San Francisco :  Jossey-Bass.

Curtis, M.J., & Zins, J.E. (Eds.). (1981).  The theory and practice of school consultation Springfield , IL :  Charles C Thomas.

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Chapters in Books

Jimerson, S. R., Graydon, K., Curtis, M. J., & Staskal, R. (in press). The International School Psychology Survey: Insights from school psychologists around the world. In Jimerson, S. A., Oakland , T., & Farrell, P. (Eds.).  Handbook of international school psychology. Thousand Oaks , CA : Sage

Curtis, M.J., & Stollar, S.M. (2002). Best practices in system-level change. In A. Thomas and J. Grimes (Eds.). Best practices in school psychology (pp. 223-234). Bethesda , MD : National Association of School Psychologists.

Hunley , S.A. , Curtis, M.J., & Batsche, G.M. (2002). Best practices in supervision of school psychological services. In A. Thomas & J. Grimes (Eds.) Best practices in school psychology (pp. 103-114). Bethesda , MD : National Association of School Psychologists.

Curtis, M.J., Batsche, G.M., & Mesmer, E. (2000). Implementing the IDEA 1997 Amendments: A compelling argument for systems change. In C. F. Telzrow & M. Tankersley (Eds.) IDEA amendments of 1997: Practice guidelines for school-based teams (pp. 383-410). Bethesda , MD : National Association of School Psychologists.

Curtis, M.J. (1998).  Consultation and student services. Tallahassee , FL : Florida Department of Education.

Gutkin, T.B., & Curtis, M.J. (1998).  School consultation theory and practice: The art and science of indirect service delivery.  In T. Gutkin & C. Reynolds (Eds.) Handbook of school psychology (3rd ed.).  New York : John Wiley & Sons.

Prus, J.S., Curtis, M.J., Draper, A., & Hunley , S.A. (1995).  Credentialing requirements for school psychologists in public school settings.  In A. Thomas & J. Grimes (Eds.) Best practices in school psychology (pp. 1237-1247).  Silver Spring , MD : National Association of School Psychologists.

Curtis, M.J., & Stollar, S. (1995).  Systems consultation and organizational change. In A. Thomas & J. Grimes (Eds.) Best practices in school psychology (pp. 51-58). Silver Spring , MD :  National Association of School Psychologists.

Gutkin, T.B., & Curtis, M.J. (1990).  School-based consultation:  Theory, techniques, and research.  In T. Gutkin & C. Reynolds (Eds.) Handbook of school psychology (2nd ed.) (pp. 577-611).  New York :  John Wiley & Sons.

Curtis, M.J., & Meyers, J. (1988).  Consultation:  A foundation for alternative services in the schools.  In J. Graden, J. Zins, & M. Curtis (Eds.), Alternative educational delivery systems:  Enhancing instructional options for all students (pp. 35-48).  Washington , DC :  National Association of School Psychologists.

Graden, J.L., Zins, J.E., Curtis, M.J., & Cobb, C.T. (1988).  The need for alternatives in educational services.  In J.L. Graden, J.E. Zins, & M.J. Curtis (Eds.), Alternative educational delivery systems:  Enhancing instructional options for all students (pp. 3- 16).  Washington , DC :  National Association of School Psychologists.

Zins, J.E., & Curtis, M.J. (1988).  Current status of professional training and practice:  Implications for future directions.  In T. Kratochwill (Ed.), Advances in school psychology (Vol. 6, pp. 7-47).  Hillsdale , NJ Lawrence Erlbaum. 

Curtis, M.J., Zins, J.E., & Graden, J.L. (1987).  Prereferral intervention programs:  Enhancing student performance in regular education settings.  In C. Maher & J. Zins (Eds.), Psychoeducational interventions in schools:  Methods and procedures for enhancing student competence (pp. 7-25).  New York :  Pergamon Press.

Curtis, M.J., & Zins, J.E. (1986).  The organization and structuring of psychological services within educational settings.  In S.N. Elliott & J.C. Witt (Eds.), The delivery of psychological services in schools:  Concepts, processes and issues (pp. 109-138).  Hillsdale , NJ Lawrence Erlbaum.

Curtis, M.J., & Meyers, J. (1985).  School-based consultation:  Guidelines for effective practice.  In J. Grimes & A. Thomas (Eds.), Best practices in school psychology (pp. 35-48).  Washington , DC :  National Association of School Psychologists.

Zins, J.E., & Curtis, M.J. (1984).  Building consultation into the educational services delivery system.  In C.A. Maher, R.J. Illback, & J.E. Zins (Eds.), Organizational psychology in the schools (pp. 213-242).  Springfield , IL :  Charles C Thomas. 

Gutkin, T., & Curtis, M.J. (1982).  School consultation:  Theory and techniques.  In C. Reynolds & T. Gutkin (Eds.), Handbook of school psychology (pp. 796-828).  New York :  John Wiley and Sons.

Curtis, M.J., & Zins, J.E. (1981).  Consultative effectiveness as perceived by experts in consultation and classroom teachers.  In M.J. Curtis, & J.E. Zins (Eds.), The theory and practice of school consultation (pp. 88-96).  Springfield , IL :  Charles C Thomas.

Gutkin, T., & Curtis, M.J. (1981).  School-based consultation:  The indirect service delivery concept.  In M.J. Curtis & J. E. Zins (Eds.), The theory and practice of school consultation (pp. 219-226).  Springfield , IL :  Charles C Thomas. 

Reike, S.L., & Curtis, M.J. (1981).  The consistency between consultant performance during simulated and real-life consultations.  In M.J. Curtis & J.E. Zins (Eds.), The theory and practice of school consultation (pp. 335-340).  Springfield , IL :  Charles C Thomas. 

Zins, J.E., & Curtis, M.J. (1981).  Teacher preferences for differing consultation models.  In M.J. Curtis & J.E. Zins (Eds.), The theory and practice of school consultation (pp. 184-189).  Springfield , IL :  Charles C Thomas.

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Technical Reports and Media Productions

Knoff, H.M. & Curtis, M.J. (1991).  Desert storm support initiatives for students and their families in DoDDS-Germany:  An assessment of and recommendations for crisis and organizational intervention Silver Spring , MD :  National Association of School Psychologists.  (Report to Department of Defense).

Almanza, H., Curtis, M.J., & Lee, P. (Producers). (1978).  Collaborative problem solving [filmstrip].  In H. Almanza & P. Lee (Producers), Generic education training for the special education teacher [multimedia program].  Austin , TX Education Service Center .

Almanza, H., Curtis, M.J., & Lee, P. (Producers). (1978).  Problem solving [film].  In H. Almanza & P. Lee (Producers), Generic education training for the special education teacher [multimedia program].  Austin , TX Education Service Center .

Curtis, M.J. (Major Consultant). (1978).  For H. Almanza & P. Lee (Producers), Generic education training for the special education teacher [multimedia program].  Austin , TX Education Service Center .

Curtis, M.J., & Anderson , T. (Producers). (1977).  Consulting in educational settings:  Demonstrating collaborative techniques [videotape].  Cincinnati , OH Faculty Resource Center , University of Cincinnati .

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Journal Articles and Other Scholarly Activity

Stollar, S. A., Poth, R. L., Curtis, M. J., & Cohen, R. M. (in press).  Collaborative strategic planning as an illustration of the principles of systems change.  School Psychology Review.

Castillo, J. M., Porter, L. J., Curtis, M. J., & Batsche, G. M. (2005).  The effects of evidence-based reading interventions on socially important outcomes. Communiqué, 14-15.

Porter, L. J., Castillo, J. M., Curtis, M. J., & Batsche, G. M. (2005). Early intervention programs that address reading and behavior difficulties. Communiqué, 16-17.

Curtis, M. J., Grier, J. E., & Hunley, S. A. (2004).  The changing face of school psychology: Trends in data and projections for the future. School Psychology Review, 33(1), 49-66. Curtis, M. J., Grier, J. E., & Hunley, S. A. (2003).  School Psychology Quarterly, 18(4), 409-430 [joint issues].

Curtis, M. J., Hunley, S. A., & Grier, J. E. (2004).  The status of school psychology: Implications of a major personnel shortage. Psychology in the Schools, 41(4), 431-442.

Batsche, G. M., & Curtis, M. J. (2003). The creation of the National School Psychology Certification System, Communiqué, 32(4), 6-8.

Curtis, M. J., Grier, J. E. Chesno, Abshier, D. Walker, Sutton, N. T., & Hunley, S. A. (2002). School psychology: Turning the corner into the twenty-first century. Communiqué, 30(8), 1-6.

Curtis, M.J., Hunley, S.A., Grier, J.E. Chesno (2002). Relationships among the professional practices and demographic characteristics of school psychologists. School Psychology Review, 31(1), 30-42.

Curtis, M.J. (2000). Commentary on Swerdlik and French: The preparation of school psychologists for the 21st century. School Psychology Review, 29(4), 589-590.

Curtis, M.J. (2000). New standards for credentialing, ethics, training, and practice. Communiqué, 29(2), 1-5.

Hunley, S.A., Harvey, V., Curtis, M.J., Portnoy, L., Grier, J. E. Chesno, & Helffrich, D. (2000). School psychology supervisors: A national study of demographics and professional practices. Communiqué, 28(8), 32-33.

Curtis, M.J., Hunley, S.A., Walker , K., & Baker, A.C. (1998). Demographic characteristics and professional practices in school psychology.  School Psychology Review

Hunley , S.A. , & Curtis, M.J. (1998). The changing face of school psychology: Demographic trends 1990 to 1995. Communiqué, 27(2).

Knoff, H.M., Curtis, M.J., & Batsche, G.M. (1997). The future of training in school psychology. School Psychology Review, 26(1), 93-103.

Curtis, M.J., & Stollar , S.A. (1996). Applying principles and practices of organizational change to school reform. School Psychology Review, 23(4), 409-417.

Knoff, H.M., & Curtis, M.J. (1996). Organizational change and school reform: School psychology at a professional crossroad. School Psychology Review, 25(4), 406-408.

Curtis, M.J. (1996). Accreditation. In T. Fagan & P. Warden (Eds.) Historical encyclopedia of school psychology Westport , CT : Greenwood .

Curtis, M. (1996). Council on Postsecondary Accreditation.  In T. Fagan & P. Warden (Eds.) Historical encyclopedia of school psychology Westport , CT : Greenwood .

Curtis, M. (1996). National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.  In T. Fagan & P. Warden (Eds.) Historical encyclopedia of school psychology Westport , CT : Greenwood .

Curtis, M. (1996). Regional accreditors.  In T. Fagan & P. Warden (Eds.) Historical encyclopedia of school psychology Westport , CT : Greenwood .

Curtis, M. (1996). Scientist-practitioner model.  In T. Fagan & P. Warden (Eds.) Historical encyclopedia of school psychology Westport , CT : Greenwood .

Curtis, M. (1996). Systems assessment.  In T. Fagan & P. Warden (Eds.) Historical encyclopedia of school psychology Westport , CT : Greenwood .

Curtis, M. (1996). Systems intervention.  In T. Fagan & P. Warden (Eds.) Historical encyclopedia of school psychology Westport , CT : Greenwood .

Barnett, D.W., Collins, R., Coulter, C., Curtis, M.J., Ehrhardt, K., Glaser, A., Reyes, C., Stollar, S. & Winston, M. (1995). Ethnic validity and school psychology: Concepts and practices associated with cross-cultural professional competence.  Journal of School Psychology, 33(3), 219-234.

Curtis, M.J., & Batsche, G.M. (1991).  Meeting the needs of children and families:  Opportunities and challenges for school psychology training programs.  School Psychology Review, 20(4), 565-577.

Curtis, M.J., Close Conoley, J. (1990).  Strategic planning for building-level change.  Communiqué, 18(5).

Curtis, M.J. (1989).  Recognizing professional excellence.  Communiqué, 17(7), 3.

Curtis, M.J. (1989).  The future of school psychology:  Accepting the challenge.  Communiqué, 17(8), 3.

Curtis, M.J. (1989).  Planning the future of school psychology.  In M. Fine (Ed.), School psychology:  Cutting edges in research and practice (pp. 66-72).  Washington , DC :  National Education Association and National Association of School Psychologists.

Curtis, M.J., & Zins, J.E. (1989).  Trends in training and accreditation.  School Psychology Review, 18(2), 182-192.

Curtis, M.J. (1988).  School psychology:  Influencing the lives of children.  Communiqué, 16(9), 3.

Curtis, M.J. (1988).  Cultural diversity:  A challenge for school psychology. Communiqué, 17(2), 3.

Curtis, M.J. (1988).  Going public with school psychology.  Communiqué, 17(2), 3.

Curtis, M.J., Curtis, V.A., & Graden, J.L. (1988).  Prevention and early intervention through intervention assistance programs.  International School Psychology, 9, 257- 264.

Curtis, M.J., & Zins, J.E. (1988).  The effects of training in consultation and instructor feedback on consultation skill acquisition.  Journal of School Psychology, 26(2), 185- 190.

Curtis, M.J., & Wise-Metz, L. (1986).  System-level intervention in a school for handicapped children.  School Psychology Review, 15(4), 510-518.

Curtis, M. (1985).  Group Environment Scale.  Reviewed in J.V. Mitchell, Jr. (Ed.), The Ninth Mental Measurements Yearbook Lincoln , NE University of Nebraska Press.

Curtis, M. (1985).  Six Inventories to Assess Affective Impact of Basic Skills Instructional Programs.  Reviewed in J.V. Mitchell, Jr. (Ed.), The Ninth Mental Measurements Yearbook Lincoln , NE University of Nebraska Press.

Curtis, M. (1985).  Parent access to records. The Ohio School Psychologist, 30(3).

Curtis, M.J., Murphy, J., & Barnett, D.W. (1985).  Considering the ethical implications of computer applications in school psychology.  The Ohio School Psychologist, 30(2).

Curtis, M.J., & Murphy, J. (1984).  A framework for considering the ethical implications of new technologies in school psychology. The Ohio School Psychologist, 30(1).

Curtis, M.J., & Fine, A.H. (1984).  A collaborative approach to problem-solving in therapeutic recreation.  Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 18-26.

Curtis, M.J. (1984).  Projectives in the schools:  A question of ethics?  The Ohio School Psychologist, 29(1).

Curtis, M.J. (1984).  Look both ways before crossing:  Proceed with caution.  The Ohio School Psychologist, 29(2).

Schubert, M., Landers, M.F., Curtis, M.J., Anderson , T.E., & Curtis, V.A. (1984).  Communication:  A key to mainstreaming.  The Exceptional Child, 31(1), 46-53.

Curtis, M.J. (1983).  School psychology and consultation.  Communiqué, XI(7). Curtis, M.J., & Yager, G.G. (1981).  A systems approach to the supervision of school psychological services.  School Psychology Review, 10, 425-433.

Martin, R., & Curtis, M.J. (1981).  Consultants' perceptions of causality of success and failure in consultation.  Professional Psychology, 12, 670-676.

Curtis, M.J., & Zins, J.E. (1980).  Continued misuse of the Wide Range Achievement Test.  Communiqué, IX(2).

Martin, R., & Curtis, M.J. (1980).  Effects of age and experience of consultant and consultee on consultation outcome.  American Journal of Community Psychology, 8(6), 733-736.

Curtis, M.J., & Watson, K. (1980).  Changes in consultee problem clarification skills following consultation, Journal of School Psychology, 18(3), 210-221.

Curtis, M.J., & Anderson , T. (1976).  Consultant Observation Assessment Form.  Department of Special Education and School Psychology, University of Cincinnati In M.J. Curtis, & J.E. Zins (Eds.) (1981), The theory and practice of school consultation.  Springfield , IL :  Charles C Thomas.

Curtis, M.J. (1974).  The effects of a short-term organization development program on several school-related variables.  Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Texas , Austin .

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Recent National and State Presentations to Learned Societies

Batsche, G. and Curtis, M. (2005). Implementing a Large-Scale Problem-Solving Initiative: Scaffolding Accountability, Response to Intervention and Staff Training. National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention, Atlanta, GA: March 31, 2005.

Curtis, M. and Hunley S. (2005). Gender Differences in School Psychology. National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention, Atlanta, GA: March 31, 2005.

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