About Amanda Lannie
Dr. Amanda Lannie received her PhD in School Psychology from Syracuse University. She has professional experience as a consultant, trainer, applied researcher, and building-level psychologist. She has worked extensively in public schools and alternative education settings to improve the academic and behavioral outcomes of all students through the adoption and implementation of effective and efficient academic and behavioral interventions.
Dr. Lannie is a licensed Psychologist in Pennsylvania and Maryland, certified school psychologist in Pennsylvania, and Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA-D).
|Assistant Professor, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine ‐ Department of Psychology|
|Director of Clinical Training, School Psychology, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine ‐ Department of Psychology|
|PhD, Syracuse University ‐ School Psychology|
Scholarly Articles (10)
Strategies for Effective Classroom Coaching
Preventing School Failure: Alternative Education for Children and Youth (2015)
Although implementation of evidence-based behavioral and instructional practices has been identified as an educational priority, popular methods for increasing implementation ...
The Use of Change-Sensitive Measures to Assess School-Based Therapeutic Interventions ...
School Psychology Forum: Research in Practice (2010)
Students with chronic problem behavior will likely require intense support services, often referred to as tertiary-level supports. This article highlights ...
Targeting Performance Dimensions in Sequence According to the Instructional Hierarchy ...
Journal of Behavioral Education (2008)
Four fifth-grade students were presented with frustration-level math probes while three performance dimensions were measured (i.e., percent intervals on-task, percent ...