Areas of Research Interest

My research focus is in exploring the utility of technology-mediated interventions to support the implementation of evidence-based practices and promote the academic achievement of students in K-12 schools. 

Areas of Teaching Interest

Courses Taught

Individual Achievement Assessment (CESP 854)

Internship in School Psychology (CESP 977)

Introduction to School Psychology (CESP 840)

Introduction to School Psychology (CLES/PSY 511; Undergraduate Level)


Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Kromminga, K. R., Codding, R. S. (2020). A comparison of 1:1 flashcards and a tablet app on student mathematics proficiency. Journal of Behavioral Education 30(4). doi:10.1007/s10864-020-09392-4

Codding, R. S., Begeny, J., Kromminga, K. R., Edmunds, R. R, Klaft, J., Diggs, C., and Hansen-Burke, A. (2019). Do motivational strategies improve the effects of a small-group math intervention program? Journal of Applied School Psychology, 36(3).

McKevett, N., Kromminga, K. R., Rosselin, R., Reudy, A. P., and Running, K. E. (2019). The effects of motion math: bounce on students’ fraction knowledge. Learning Disabilities Research and Practice 35(1).

Instructional Programs

Codding, R.S., Kromminga, K.R., Begeny, J.C., Kalra, N.R., Goodridge, A.E., Ruedy, A.P.
(2021). Curriculum materials for the Accelerating Mathematics Performance through
Practice Strategies (AMPPS) program. Eight units of curriculum materials. Helps
Education Fund.

Book Chapters

Codding, R. S., Kromminga, K. R., & Running, K. E. (2019) Behavioral interventions for academic performance: A summary of the literature. In S.G. Little & A. Akin-Little (Eds). Behavioral interventions in schools: Evidence based positive strategies (2nd ed). Washington, DC American Psychological Association Press.

Professional Experience

Assistant Professor of School Psychology, Wichita State University

Additional Information


Ph.D., Educational Psychology: School Psychology Track, University of Minnesota- Twin Cities (APA-accredited and NASP approved program)

Dissertation: The Impacts of Intervention Modality on Student Operations Knowledge, Advisors: Dr. Robin Codding and Dr. Amanda Sullivan; Chair: Dr. Bodong Chen

M.A., Educational Psychology, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities (APA-accredited and NASP approved program)

Thesis: A Comparison of 1:1 Flashcards and a Tablet App on Student Mathematics Proficiency, Advisor: Robin Codding

B.S. (Cum Laude), Psychology, Minnesota State University, Mankato

License & Certifications

Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP)