Dr. Mooney joined the LSU faculty in 2003. His teaching responsibilities include both undergraduate and graduate courses in Special Education. His present research involves application of general outcome measurement principles to content courses such as social studies and science. His recent service activities have included leadership in the Louisiana Council for Exceptional Children. In additional to his teaching, research, and service responsibilities, Dr. Mooney is also the coordinator of the School of Education’s Special Education programs.
Mooney, P., Ryan, J. B., Gunter, P. L., & Denny, R. K. (in press). Behavior modification/traditional techniques for students with EBD. In J. P. Bakken (Ed.), Advances in Special Education-Behavioral Disorders: Current Perspectives and Issues. Bingley, United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
Mooney, P., Schraven, J., & Cox, B. (2010). Test-retest reliability of vocabulary matching in sixth-grade world history. International Journal of Psychology: A Biopsychosocial Approach, 6, 29-40.
Mooney, P., McCarter, K. S., Schraven, J., & Haydel, B. (2010). The relationship between content area GOM and statewide testing in sixth-grade world history. Assessment for Effective Intervention, 35, 148-158
Nelson, J. R., Benner, G. J., Mooney, P. (2008). Instructional Practices for Students with Behavioral Disorders: Strategies for Reading, Writing, and Math. Guilford Publications, Inc.
Mooney, E., Langlois, Y., & Mooney, P. (2011, January). Teaching for Inclusive Settings. Lecture presentation at the 30th annual Louisiana Council for Exceptional Children Super Conference, Lafayette, LA.
Mooney, P., & McCarter, K.S. (2010, January). RTI for Secondary Schools. Lecture presentation at the 29th annual Louisiana Council for Exceptional Children Super Conference, Lafayette, LA.
Selected Grants/Funded Projects
Vocabulary and comprehension development in the middle school natural and social sciences (2011-2012), a one-year project with West Baton Rouge Parish School Board funded by the Louisiana Board of Regents (PI: 196,713).