Paul Jantz, Ph.D.
School Psychology E-mail:
(512) 245-8682 FAX:
(512) 245-8872 Mail:
Texas State University
601 University Drive
San Marcos, TX 78666
Ph.D. School Psychology, University of Northern Colorado, 1994
M.A. School Counseling, 1988
K-3 reading; Teacher-reported self-efficacy; Barriers to classroom instruction and high stakes testing as it relates to teacher perceptions of special student populations; The educational assessment of TBI and evidence-based academic, behavioral, and social-emotional interventions/outcomes; The field of social cognitive neuroscience as it applies to adolescents’ decision-making process when faced with decisions involving risky behaviors.
Helfrich, S. R., & Jantz, P.B. (2010) Listening to teachers: Self-efficacy and instructional barriers, supports, and needs. Association of Literacy Educators and Researchers Conference Yearbook, 32, 103-116.
Nunn, G.D., & Jantz, P. B. (2009). Factors within response to intervention implementation training associated with teacher efficacy beliefs. Education, 129, 599-607.
Nunn, G.D., & Jantz, P. B., Butikofer, C. (2009). Concurrent validity between teacher efficacy measures and measures of response to intervention outcomes. Journal of Instructional Psychology. 36, 215-218.
Jantz, P. B. & Coulter, G. A. (2007). Child and adolescent traumatic brain injury: Academic, behavioural, and social consequences in the classroom. Support for Learning, 22, 84-89.