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Wilson--Barry J. (Education Faculty)

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1 Iowa students demonstrate little improvement in math and reading
Zidon--Rachel Margaret (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 108:22, p.1
11/11/2011 American students have improved in math and reading over the past twenty years; Iowa students have not. This is one indicator. Several factors may contribute to these results.
2 UNI faculty present at American Association of Colleges for Teaching Education conference
Public Relations News Release 2008:338, p.1
2/5/2009 Mary Herring, interim associate dean, UNI College of Education, and Barry Wilson, associate professor, UNI Department of Educational Psychology & Foundations, will present "Enhancing Student Learning Through Evidence, Self-Assessment and Accountability.
3 UNI Phi Delta Kappa Chapter holds spring awards program
Public Relations News Release 2007:93, p.1
8/8/2007 The Phi Delta Kappa chapter held it spring awards program to recognize members and announce scholarship recipients.
4 Wednesday, Oct. 26
Public Relations News Release 2005:0, p.1
10/24/2005 Lifelong University to host "Middle East" class, will discuss politics and faith; Teacher Education Induction Convocation will be held, Barry Wilson will speak; Ashley Hinz, study abroad participant will speak about the program.
5 Wednesday, April 20
Public Relations News Release 2004:0, p.1
4/18/2005 "Straight White Men and Me" will be shown; "Teacher Quality in Iowa" lecture to be given.
6 Teacher assessment provides insight, if done correctly
Public Relations News Release 2003:0, p.1
2/2/2004 According to Professor Barry Wilson, standardized tests are not the best way to do teacher assessments.
7 Technology in the classroom
Northern Iowa Today 87:2, p.4
7/1/2003 Students and faculty talk about new trends in classroom technology; photo.
8 Behavioral drugs and children
Public Relations News Release 2002:15, p.1
7/22/2002 Discusses the importance of medication for those children with Attention Deficit Disorder.
9 Dealing with your neighbor's naughty kids
Public Relations News Release 2001:478, p.1
5/6/2002 Tips for dealing with other people's troublesome children will be discussed.
10 National Teacher Day
Public Relations News Release 2000:400, p.1
5/7/2001 National Teacher Day is sponsored by the National Education Association.
11 Dropout rates aren't dropping
Public Relations News Release 2000:338, p.1
4/2/2001 Barry Wilson will speak on why school completion rates have not risen despite increased efforts in education.
12 Scholarships offered to graduates
Northern Iowan 93:38, p.2
2/21/1997 Applications being accepted for 1997 Merchant Scholarship Program.
13 University of Northern Iowa bachelors degree graduates eligible for Merchant Scholarship Through March 3
Public Relations News Release 1996:262, p.1
2/13/1997 Scholarships given to University of Northern Iowa alumni who wish to further their education.
14 Taking a broad view of facilities planning
Campus News Network 6:20, p.2
7/8/1996 Reconstituted Facilities Planning Advisory Committee has broad perspective on University facilities and space; photo.
15 University of Northern Iowa graduate student first ever to receive outstanding student in school psychology state award
Public Relations News Release 1994:505, p.1
6/8/1996 UNI grad student named winner of outstanding student award.
16 Some 1,068 students receive degrees in University of Northern Iowa commencement exercises.
Public Relations News Release 1990:688, p.1
6/7/1990 Hiroko Katsuyama returned to UNI to receive her master's degree. Hiroko, who is blind, is being helped into her graduation robe by Dr. Barry Wilson. Hiroko teaches attendants of handicapped people at Kacho Junior College, a Buddhist College in Kyoto.
17 Psychology Club
Northern Iowan 86:43, p.5
3/6/1990 Professor Wilson will talk about educational psychology.
18 New appointees named to head UNI positions
Public Relations News Release 85:60, p.2
6/30/1989 John Somerville will be dean of the Graduate College; Herbert Safford will direct Library; Ruth Anderson will be acting head of Social Work; Roger Kueter will be acting head of Curriculum and Instruction; Barry Wilson will be acting head of Ed. Psych.
19 University of Northern Iowa names graduate dean, library director, three acting department heads.
Public Relations News Release 1988:539, p.1
6/21/1989 John W. Somervill named dean of the Graduate College, Herbert Safford was named director of the University Library and professor with tenure. Three acting academic department heads are: Ruth Anderson, Roger A. Kueter, and Barry Wilson.
20 Job market attractive for University of Northern Iowa school psychology graduates.
Public Relations News Release 1988:427, p.1
4/18/1989 The demand for school psychologist is growing not only in Iowa but nation wide. School psychologist are hired as educational consultant, a principal, a teacher, and a speech language pathologist.
21 UNI extends across state
Northern Iowan 84:52, p.10
4/12/1988 UNI continues to offer extension programs after thirty years.
22 UNI classes extend through entire state
Northern Iowan 84:36, p.12
2/9/1988 Faculty travel to distant cities to deliver courses.
23 University of Northern Iowa courses to be held at Iowa Central Community College
Public Relations News Release 1987:220, p.1
1/21/1988 Professors David McCalley, Barry Wilson, and Ronald Anderson instruct courses on educational psychology, science, and special education at the Iowa Central Community College.
24 School psychology is 'open field of the eighties' in Iowa, says UNI professor
Public Relations News Release 1986:473, p.1
7/10/1986 A brief outline of the University of Northern Iowa's Educational Psychology department. Includes possibilities for students of the department in the job market, as well as how the field may change in the future.
25 Teacher evaluation process reviewed
Eller--Donnelle Louise (Class of 1986)
Northern Iowan 82:56, p.8
5/6/1986 Committee formed to try to develop a better method of evaluating faculty teaching performance.
26 UNI to offer 'psychology of learning disabilities' course in Clear Lake
Public Relations News Release 1986:214, p.1
1/20/1986 The course will be offered for three semester hours of graduate credit and is required for the learning disabilities endorsement from UNI.
27 Regents approve professional development leaves for 20 UNI faculty
Public Relations News Release 1986:203, p.1
1/15/1986 Leaves were approved for the 1986-1987 school year; six leaves are for the fall, eight for the spring and six for the entire year; list of those taking a leave.
28 Faculty refer petition to committee
Riedesel--Miles E. (Class of 1983)
Northern Iowan 79:40, p.3
3/4/1983 Ask committee to report on Old Administration Building; establish committee to produce evaluation form for top administrators.
29 Experience for teachers
Old Gold 0:0, p.19
6/1/1982 UNI Educational Psychology Teaching Program offers participants the opportunity for field experience; photo.
30 Children in transition
Alumnus 66:3, p.5
9/1/1981 Professor Barry Wilson works on problem of children in transition rooms between kindergarten and first grade.
31 Educational Psychology and Foundations
Old Gold 0:0, p.22
6/1/1979 Educational Psychology a Foundations has four graduate degree programs. The department is responsible for the common professional sequence required of all prospective teachers; photo.
32 Wiederanders new UF leader
Northern Iowan 74:49, p.16
4/11/1978 Other leaders announced as well.
33 Prof publishes
Northern Iowan 73:62, p.1
7/15/1977 Professor Wilson publishes article on free recall.
34 Prof presents paper
Northern Iowan 72:1, p.10
8/29/1975 Professors Brooks and Wilson will present paper at APA.
35 Wilson co-authors
Northern Iowan 71:53, p.9
4/29/1975 Professor Wilson writes article on reading order and recall.
36 Profs present papers
Northern Iowan 71:50, p.6
4/18/1975 Professors Wilson and Brooks present papers at AERA conference.

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