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. More about CBER
- Drs. Allison Lombardi and Jen Freeman publish a new article!Dr. Allison Lombardi, Dr. Jen Freeman, and Graham Rifenbark (CBER research scientist and grad student) published a new article about college and career readiness for adolescents with and without disabilities. Please click the title for more info.
- Dr. Michael Coyne will present at two upcoming events!Michael Coyne will be featured presenter at two upcoming events: A conference sponsored by the The Dyslexia Foundation, "Dyslexia & Literacy: Differences within Differences” on October 13 at the Harvard Medical School, and a conference sponsored by the Connecticut Council for Educational Reform, "Leading for Literacy” October 10 in Rocky Hill. Please click the title for more info.
- Dr. Lisa Sanetti publishes a new article about how to improve classroom managementDr. Lisa Sanetti and Dr. Kathleen Williamson, a Neag alumnus, published a new article on classroom management practices and fidelity.
- CBER’s Drs. George Sugai, Jen Freeman, Brandi Simonsen, and Tamika La Salle publish an article as co-authors.CBER's George Sugai, Jen Freeman, Brandi Simonsen, and Tamika La Salle recently published an article as co-authors on national climate change.
- Dr. George Sugai co-wrote an article on teaching civilityDr. George Sugai co-wrote an article- Educators must teach civility, inclusiveness. Please read the article here.
- Dr. Lisa Sanetti named a fellow to the American Psychological Association’s Division 16.Dr. Lisa Sanetti was recently named a fellow to the American Psychological Association's Division 16 (Division of School Psychology). Congratulations, Dr. Sanetti!