Ella Inglebret

 

einglebret@wsu.edu
509-335-1019 (Pullman)
509-368-6888 (Spokane)

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Ella Inglebret, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
Dept. of Speech & Hearing Sciences

Project Director
Cultural Interfacing: Preparation of Personnel to Work with Native Americans


CCC-Speech-Language Pathology

Education
Ph.D., Washington State University

Master of Art, University of Montana

Bachelor of Art, University of Minnesota, Duluth

Courses Taught
SHS 373: Clinical Phonetics
SHS 376: Speech Sound Disorders
SHS 473: Language and Literacy
SHS 482: Assessment of Speech and Language

Research Interests

  • Cultural factors impacting the learning and communication processes
  • Speech-language diagnostic and intervention practices used with culturally and linguistically diverse populations
  • Indicators of success for Native American students in higher education (in partnership with the National Indian Education Association – 2009–2011)

Recent Honors
Washington State University's 2012 Faculty Diversity Award

Fellow, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2011

Diversity Champion Award, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2009

Certificate of Recognition for Special Contribution in Multicultural Affairs, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2007

William F. Mullen Excellence in Teaching Award, College of Liberal Arts, Washington State University, 2007

Advancing Academic-Research Careers (AARC) Award, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2004

Selected Publications
BOOKS
Pavel, D. M., & Inglebret, E. (2007). The American Indian and Alaska Native Student's Guide to College Success. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group.

COMMISSIONED PAPERS & TECHNICAL REPORTS
CHiXapkaid Pavel, D. M.), Inglebret, E., & Krebill-Prather, R. (2011). Views and perspectives of Native educational success: A national survey of American Indians, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians and others associated with Indian education. Washington, DC: National Indian Education Association.

Pavel, D. M., Inglebret, E., Sievers, J., & Prather-Krebill, R. (2010, Jan.) Evaluating GEAR UP Partnerships (123 pp.). Research Triangle Park, NC: Research Triangle Institute (RTI) International (for the U.S. Department of Education). Available from https://edsurveys.rti.org/GEARUP/

CHiXapkaid (Pavel, D. M.), Banks-Joseph, S. R., Inglebret, E., McCubbin, L., Sievers, J., Bruna, L., Galaviz, S., Anderson, A., Egan, E., Brownfield, S., Lockhart, M., Grogan, G., & Sanyal, N. (2008). From where the sun rises: Addressing the educational achievement of Native Americans in Washington State (309 pp., plus an executive summary, 24 pp.). Delivered to the Washington State Legislature via the Washington Governor's Office of Indian Affairs, December 30, 2008. Available from http://www.goia.wa.gov/Links-Resources/NativeAmericanAchievementReport.pdf

PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES
Inglebret, E., CHiXapkaid (Pavel, D. M.), & Pavel, K. (2011). Multiliteracies: An approach for framing service delivery for Indigenous children. Perspectives on Communication Disorders and Sciences in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Populations, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Division 14, 8(2), 48-53.

Inglebret, E., & CHiXapkaid (Pavel, D. M.) (2010). Shadow of the salmon: Preparing students with 21st century skills. Curriculum in Context, 36(3), 16-18. Available from http://www.wsascd.org/downloads/curriculum_in_context/2010_Spring.pdf
Inglebret, E., Jones, C., & CHiXapkaid (Pavel, D. M.) (2008). Integrating American Indian/Alaska Native culture into shared storybook intervention. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 39, 521-527.

Inglebret, E., CHiXapkaid (Pavel, D. M.), Lehr, T. (2008). Connecting with culture through middle school environmental curriculum. Perspectives on Communication Disorders and Sciences in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Populations, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Division 14, 15(1), 12-18.

Johnson, J. M., Inglebret, E., Jones, C., & Ray, J. (2006). Perspectives of speech language pathologists regarding success versus abandonment of AAC. Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 22(2), 85-99.

Inglebret, E., & Harrison, J. (2005). Determining directions for speech-language intervention in Native communities. Perspectives on Language Learning and Education, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Division 1, 12(2), 6-9. [Reprinted in: Perspectives on Communication Disorders and Sciences in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Populations, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Division 14, 12(2), 6-9.]

Pavel, D. M., Inglebret, E., & Banks, S. R. (2001). Tribal colleges and universities in an era of dynamic development. Peabody Journal of Education, 76(1), 50-72.

INVITED ARTICLES
Inglebret, E., CHiXapkaid (Pavel, D. M.), McCubbin, L., & Banks-Joseph, S. R. (2010). Infusing tribal culture into Washington schools. The ASHA Leader, 15(1), 24-25.

Inglebret, E., sa'hLa mitSa (Pavel, S.), & CHiXapkaid (Pavel, D. M.) (2008). Our circle widens. The ASHA Leader, 13(8), 6.

Inglebret, E., Bear Eagle, D., & Pavel, D. M. (2007). American Indian stories enrich intervention. The ASHA Leader, 12(1), 1, 26-27.

Inglebret, E. (2005). Connecting culture and community: Washington State University builds partnerships with Northwest tribes. The ASHA Leader, 10(16), 1, 20-21.

BOOK CHAPTERS
Westby, C., & Inglebret, E. (in press). Native American and world wide Indigenous cultures. In D. E. Battle (Ed.), Communication disorders in multicultural and international populations (pp. 76-101). St. Louis, MO: Elsevier.

Inglebret, E., Banks, S. R., Pavel, D. M., Friedlander, R., & Stone, M. L. (2007). Multimedia curriculum development based on the oral tradition. In L. E. Dyson, M. Hendriks, & S. Grant (Eds.), Information Technology and Indigenous People (pp. 123-125). Hershey, PA: Idea Group, Inc.

Pimentel, J., & Inglebret, E. (2007). Evidence-based practice and treatment efficacy. In G. D. Chermak & F. E. Musiek (Eds.), Handbook of (central) auditory processing disorder: Volume II, Comprehensive intervention (pp. 29-49). San Diego: Plural Publishing.

Inglebret, E., & Pavel, D. M. (2000). Curriculum planning and development for American Indians and Alaska Natives in higher education. In F. W. Parkay & G. Hass (Eds.), Curriculum planning: A contemporary approach (pp. 493-502). Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

Pavel, D. M., Inglebret, E., & Van Den Hende, M. (1999). Tribal colleges. In B. Townsend (Ed.), Two-year colleges for women and minorities: Enabling access to the baccalaureate (pp. 113-150). New York: Garland Publishing, Inc.

Wallace, G., Inglebret, E., & Friedlander, R. (1997). American Indians: Culture, communication, and clinical considerations. In G. Wallace (Ed.), Multicultural neurogenics (pp. 193-225). Tucson, AZ: Communication Skill Builders (A Division of the Psychological Corporation).

Pipes, M. A., Westby, C. E., & Inglebret, E. (1993). Profile of Native American students: Prerequisite knowledge for achieving effective recruitment and retention. In Clark, L. W. & Waltzman, D. E. (Eds.): Faculty and student challenges in facing cultural and linguistic diversity (pp. 137-172). Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas, Publ.

CD-ROM
Inglebret, E. (2000). Diverse voices: Native American perspectives in human service delivery [CD-ROM]. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education (#HO29K970133) with Pullman, WA: Washington State University (Producer and Distributor).

Selected Presentations (Peer-Reviewed)
Inglebret, E. Cross-disciplinary pollination: Speech-language pathology and environmental education. Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Philadelphia, PA, November 2010.

Inglebret, E., Skinder-Meredith, A., Kellison, K., & Contreras-France, A. Reporting of children’s race/ethnicity and languages spoken in research. Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Philadelphia, PA, November 2010.

CHiXapkaid (Pavel, D. M.), Inglebret, E., & Krebill-Prather, R. Indicators of Native educational success: Views and perspectives. Annual Convention of the National Indian Education Association, San Diego, CA, October 2010.

Inglebret, E. Cross-cultural research involving Native American populations. Presentation for the Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, New Orleans, LA, November 2009.

Inglebret, E., & Riley, B. Culturally responsive service delivery: Learning from Indigenous language programs. Presentation for the Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, New Orleans, LA, November 2009.

Inglebret, E., & CHiXapkaid (Pavel, D. M.) Learning from American Indian and Alaska Native college graduates. Presentation for the Annual Convention of the National Indian Education Association, Milwaukee, WI, October 2009.

Inglebret, E. Making a difference for all children: Tribe and school district partnerships. Presentation for the Annual Summer Conference of the Washington Association of School Administrators/Association of Washington School Principals, Spokane, WA, June 2009.

Inglebret, E. Building relationships between tribes and school districts. Presentation for the Annual Conference of the Washington State Indian Education Association, Ocean Shores, WA, April 2009.

Inglebret, E. Curriculum development for Indigenous people by Indigenous people. Presentation for the Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Chicago, IL, November 2008.

Inglebret, E. Giving back through service learning: A culturally congruent practice. Presentation for the Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Chicago, IL, November 2008.

Inglebret, E., Skinder-Meredith, A., Baker, L., & Schneidmiller, J. Culturally responsive intervention for American Indian children. Presentation for the Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Boston, MA, November 2007.

Inglebret, E., Skinder-Meredith, A., & Baker, L. Considering Indigenous language use as part of evidence-based practice. Presentation for the Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Boston, MA, November 2007.

Skinder-Meredith, A., Cadotte, S., Carlson, L., & Inglebret, E. Recruitment of Native Americans into speech-language pathology and audiology. Presentation for the Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Boston, MA, November 2007.

Schochat, E., & Inglebret, E. Auditory training, electrophysiology outcomes, and principles of evidence-based practice. Presentation for Audiology 2007: Multidisciplinary perspectives on (central) auditory processing disorders: Evidence and practice, Online Conference of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, September 2007.

Inglebret, E., & Phillips, A. N. Native American Professional Preparation: Where Are We Twenty Years Later? Presentation for the Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Miami Beach, FL, November 2006.

Inglebret, E., Jones, C., Fredrickson, M., & Baker, L. Integrating Evidence Based Practice into Undergraduate Student Learning. Presentation for the Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Miami Beach, FL, November 2006.

Inglebret, E., Phillips, A. N., & Bear Eagle, D. Building a Circle of Success: Native American Students in Higher Education. Presentation for the Annual Conference of the American Indian Graduate Center, Albuquerque, NM, September 2006.

Inglebret, E. Native American Student Success in Speech-Language Professional Preparation Programs. Presentation for the Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, San Diego, CA, November 2005.

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