Master's Candidate - Devon Trower
Devon Trower completed her Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Psychology at King’s College at Western University. Under the supervision of Dr. Lynda Hutchinson, she was involved in research projects that examined the links between children’s self-regulation (SR), features of instruction, and peer relationships in educational contexts. Devon is currently completing her second year of the Masters of Applied School Psychology program in the Faculty of Education, under the joint supervision of Dr. Claire Crooks and Dr. Lynda Hutchinson.
Hutchinson, L. R., Trower, D. M., & Perry, N. E. Teachers' implementation of SRL promoting tasks and practices during the school year. Poster presented at the 2016 American Association, Denver, Colorado.
Johnson, T. C., Hutchinson, L. R., & Trower, D. M. Features of Classroom Contexts and Children's Self-Regulated Learning in the Elementary and Middle Grades. Poster presented at the 2016 Association for Psychological Science Convention, Chicago, Illinois.
Losseno, K. M., Hutchinson, L. R., & Trower, D. M. Changes in Teachers' Perceptions of Elementary Aged Students' Self-Regulated Learning During the School Year. Poster presented at the 2016 Association for Psychological Science Convention, Chicago, Illinois.
Trower, D. M. & Hutchinson, L. R. (2015, July). Young children's self-regulation for learning in classrooms: A mixed method case study design. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the International Society for the Study of Individual Differences, London, Canada.