The Korn Learning, Assessment, and Social Skills (KLASS) Center was established with a donation from Tom and Pam Korn to assist students who struggle with the development of basic academic skills, as well as the social skills, needed to succeed in school.
The center offers an array of programs and clinical services designed to help students, toddler through adulthood, to achieve academic success and gain confidence in their ability to address their own academic challenges. Housed in the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences, the KLASS Center is administered through the School Psychology Program in the Department of Educational Psychology and Counseling.
The center also engages in applied research by associated faculty and graduate students who develop innovative and empirically validated methodologies, programs, and services tailored to meet the needs of the students, teachers, and parents taking part in KLASS Center programs and services.
Increase Elementary Reading Vocabulary: Error Word Drill
Meet the Faculty/Staff – Dr. Carolyn Blondin
Essential Skill-Building for Adolescents and Adults with Autism
Repeated Reading: A Simple Intervention for Reading Fluency
ADHD, or… Sleep Deprivation?
What Causes ADHD?
College Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders