Kim Sherman, Ph.D.

Senior Professor of Practice

(504) 862-8334
School of Science & Engineering

Education & Affiliations

Ph.D., 2008, University of Rhode Island


Dr. Sherman is interested in school-based academic and behavior risk prevention and intervention services. She focuses on data-based decision-making within a Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) framework. Dr. Sherman does not accept graduate students.


3037 Percival Stern Hall

Selected Presentations

Sherman, K., & Hoffmann, K. (2016). Enhancing student engagement: Practical classroom based strategies. Paper presented at 2016 Louisiana School Psychological Association Conference, Lafayette, LA.

Sherman, K., & Hoffmann, K. (2012). Practical behavior interventions for classroom teachers. Paper presented at 2012 Louisiana Educational Diagnosticians’ Association Conference, New Orleans, LA.  

Medley, M. B., Hoffmann, K. G., Sherman, K., & West, J. (2011). How the heck do we implement behavioral RtI?!? Saving our sanity and providing high-quality multi-tiered behavior intervention services. Paper presented at 2011 Louisiana School Psychological Association Conference, Lafayette, LA.

Sherman, K. (2009). Practical reading interventions. Paper presented at 2009 LSU Human Development Center’s Institute, New Orleans, LA.

Flammer-Rivera, L., & Sherman, K. (2007). Supporting children with ADHD in Louisiana schools: A review of local trends and best practices. Paper presented at 2007 Louisiana School Psychological Association Conference, Lafayette, LA.

Rockrohr, J.M., Gabriele, C.A., Sherman, K., Bueno de Mesquita, P. (2007). Responsive consultation: Case-based methods for learning consultee-centered consultation. Symposium presented at 2007 National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) Convention, New York, NY.

Courses Taught

Educational Psychology: PSYC 3200

Practicum in School Psychology: PSYC 7823

Evidence-Based Interventions: PSYC 7660

Developmental Psychopathology: PSYC 7400

Academic Interventions