- Doctorate in Special Education
- Educational Diagnostician Certificate
- Generic Special Education - Texas Lifetime
- Elementary Education (Pre-K through 8) -Texas Lifetime
- Middle School Social Studies - Texas Lifetime
Office: Behavioral Sciences Building - 102B Phone #: 806-720-7848 Beth.Hennington@lcu.edu
I am married to a wonderful guy, Dr. Chris Hennington, an assistant professor in the Behavioral Sciences Department. We have two beautiful children, Emma and Alex. I love tackling various artistic ventures and playing with my children in my spare time.
What are your areas of scholarship experience?
• Formal assessment and interpretation
• Teaching and assessing children and adolescents that experience problems in their physical, cognitive and social-emotional development
• Curriculum development specialist in higher education
• Consultation with online universities in the development of comprehensive assessments for their students in higher education in the areas of early childhood, teacher education and special education
• Developing training modules over learning disabilities (Project IDEAL) and autism (Burkhart Project)
• Curriculum specialist for Response to Intervention grant training professionals in education
Hennington, C.S, Bradley, L., Crews, C. & Hennington, E.A. (2013). Halo effect and evaluator gender:
Considerations for the evaluation of counselor competency. Vistas 2013, Summer, Article 66, Retrieved from: counselingoutfitters.com/vistas/vistas_2013_TOC-QR3-section_01.htm
Hennington, E.A. (2011). American pioneer in astronomy: Maria Mitchell (1818-1889).
The Social Studies Texan. (Fall, 2011).
Seabrooks, J., Williams, G., and Hennington, E. (2011). Socialization: People with disabilities. In J. Kunz & C. Stuart (Eds.), Sociology Reader. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Pearson.
Willey-Rendon, R.J. & Hennington, E.A. (2011). Teaching to the test: One reading teacher's decision.
Kentucky Reading Journal. (Fall, 2011).
Hennington, E.A. & Layton, C.A. (2013). Current practices in RTI: Are we doing our
best? Presented at the Council for Educational Diagnostic Services, Weehawken, New Jersey.
Layton, C.A., Davis, R. & Hennington, E.A. (2013). Muscle up assessment with play
therapy. Presented at the Council for Educational Diagnostic Services, Weehawken, New Jersey.
Wilson, J., Placencia, I., Kunkel, N., & Ayers, L. & Hennington, E.A.(2013). Perceptions
of salient factors in the development of leadership skills during adolescence. 2013 LCU Scholar’s Colloquium. Poster presentation, Lubbock, Texas
Hennington, E. (Oct. 2011). The art form of interpretation to intervention with the
assistance of the CHC Theory. Presented to the Council of Educational Diagnostic Services 2011 Annual Conference, Kansas City, Missouri.
Hennington, E. & Willey-Rendon, R. (March, 2011). Cyber class: Strategies to enhance your online
instruction. Presented to The 2011 Teaching and Learning Conference, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas.
Why should students choose LCU?
Some people have the misunderstanding that a private school is elitist and unattainable. LCU is very comparable financially when compared to other public and private universities in the area. We have a diverse population and support the endeavors of each other. Class sizes are small and the attention of professors is easily obtained by students.
Lubbock Christian is a special place to be. The faculty and staff want to see the students succeed and accomplish their place in God's plan. Students care about each other. The atmosphere is genuine and students know they are important in the larger plan of life.
- COU5321 Introduction to Statistical Concepts with Applications to Counseling
- COU5320 Research in Counseling
- COU5310 Individual and Family Lifespan Human Development
- LEA 6303 Strategic Planning
- PSY 3310 Psychological Statistics
- PSY 2310 Lifespan Human Development
- COU 5310 Social Development of Individuals and Families
- HSC 6342 Fundraising and Grant Writing
- HSC 6304 Organizational Leadership
- HSC 6310 Social Development of Individuals and Families
Previous Classes Taught
- EDEC 4384 Curriculum and the Young Child
- EDSP 6352 Instructional Programming for Students with Intellectual Disabilities
- EDSP 6357 Teaching Secondary Students with Mild Disabilities
- EDSP 6358 Seminar in Students with Multiple Impairments
- EDSP 6359 Management of Classroom Behaviors
- EDSP 6376 Interpretation of Assessment Data for Instruction
- EDSP 6377 Practicum for Educational Diagnosticians
- EPSY 6322 Mental Testing I
- EPSY 6374 Mental Testing II
- EDSP 4355 Individual Assessment Techniques
- EDSP 4359 Behavior Management for Special Education Majors
- EDSP 4369 Special Education Methods
- EDSP 3303 Methods for Teaching Students with Mild Disabilities