Month: October 2017

CBER Ph.D. student Sarah Wilkinson featured in National Center for Leadership in Intensive Interventions newsletter for her collaboration with Dr. Paul Yovanoff at SMU

Sarah Wilkinson

CBER Ph.D. student Sarah Wilkinson is featured in National Center for Leadership in Intensive Interventions newsletter for her collaboration with Dr. Paul Yovanoff at Southern Methodist University.

 

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Northeast PBIS Network hosted a summit and celebration for recently endorsed trainers

 

The Northeast PBIS Network hosted a summit and celebration for recently endorsed trainers. To become endorsed, each trainer completed and met competencies of the rigorous Northeast PBIS Training of Trainers (NEPBIS TOT). As part of this work, each trainer demonstrated the ability to effectively train and support schools in implementing PBIS with fidelity.

Pictured here are three of the seven trainers: Christine Peck, Tracey Lamothe, and Eben McKnight. Not pictured are: Cynthia Zingler, Amanda Pickett, Christine Cappabianca, and Missy Wrigley. Faculty from the Center for Behavioral Education and Research developed and continue to coordinate the program in partnership with the CT State Department of Education.

NEPBIS trainers

Drs. Allison Lombardi and Jen Freeman publish a new article!

 

 

Dr. Allison Lombardi  

 

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. Congratulations!

Lombardi, A., Freeman, J., Rifenbark, G. (2017). Modeling college and career readiness for adolescents with and without disabilities: A bifactor approach. Exceptional Children.