CBER researcher, Dr. Allison Lombardi, and two CBER student researchers, Jessica Monahan and Laura Kern, are going to have presentations at the DCDT conference this week.
-CAREER READINESS FOR STUDENTS WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES AT THE SECONDARY AND POSTSECONDARY LEVELS
(Presenters: Jessica Monahan, Allison Lombardi)
-APPLYING AN ORGANIZING FRAMEWORK OF COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS TO TRANSITION POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
(Presenters: Allison Lombardi, Mary Morningstar, Laura Kern)
-DEVELOPING A RESEARCH AGENDA: STRATEGIES FOR EARLY CAREER SCHOLARS
(Presenters: Allison Lombardi, Ryan Kellems, Monica Simonsen, Leena Landmark, Marcus Poppen)
-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT) LITERACY: WHAT IS IT? WHY DOES IT MATTER FOR TRANSITION?
(Presenters: Allison Lombardi, Margo Izzo, Alexa Murray, Jessica Monahan, Nicholas Gelbar)
For more information, please go to the DCDT conference website.
A new special issue of Remedial and Special Education focused on replication research in special education was co-edited by Michael Coyne with contributions from Allison Lombardi, Jen Freeman, and Brandi Simonsen.
For more info: Table of contents here
Dr. Michael Coyne co-authored a US Dept of Education’s What Works Clearinghouse practice guide titled “Foundational Skills to Support Reading for Understanding in Kindergarten Through 3rd Grade
For more info: Download the Guide here
CBER welcomes a new CBER researcher, Dr. Adam Feinberg this fall.
For more info about CBER researchers, please see the People webpage.
The purpose of CBER is to conduct rigorous research and translate and disseminate empirically-supported practices that promote equity and improve educational outcomes for all learners, especially those with or at risk for learning and behavioral difficulties.
Neag School of Education
249 Glenbrook Road, Unit 3064
Charles B. Gentry Building
Storrs, CT 06269-3064