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
- PBIS-V receives a $32.6 million U.S. DoE grant to support schools and students!The PBIS team at CBER UConn is co-directing the National Technical Assistance Center on Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports on a $32.6 million U.S. Department of Education grant. Please click the title to learn more about this project!
- Breakfast Brown Bag (B3) Series “Vision of Education in CT: Opportunities, Challenges, and Advice for Future Leaders”Join us for our Breakfast Brown Bag event about CT Education Policy Initiatives on December 10th! In this event, we will engage CT SDE leaders in conversations about the vision of education for CT. Charlene Russell-Tucker, Sarah Barzee, Melissa Hickey, and Bryan Klimkiewicz will be our panelists. More information will follow.
- CBER’s Updated Fact Sheet is now online!CBER seeks to promote equity and improve educational outcomes for all learners, especially those with or at risk for learning and behavioral difficulties. Our faculty conduct innovative, rigorous, and translational research on effective educational practices and systems related to four areas: Literacy, positive behavioral supports, behavioral health and school climate, as well as transition and postsecondary education. See our research impact, public engagement, and how we shape the shape the future of education in our updated factoid by clicking the title!
- 8th Annual Northeast PBIS Network Leadership Forum: Call for ProposalsWe are pleased to announce that this year’s NEPBIS Network Leadership Forum is accepting proposals for presentations. You are invited to submit proposals for the following: oral presentations, poster presentations, and symposium sessions. Click the title for more information!
- CBER Breakfast Brown Bag with Provost KennedyCBER will hold our Breakfast Brown Bag with Dr. Craig Kennedy, UConn's new Provost, on Monday, October 8th. Dr. Kennedy will comment on what it takes to become a successful researcher in the 21st Century as well as provide graduate students with useful advice in a school of education. Please join us for this event!
- Register Now: NEPBIS’s Summer Behavioral Institute The Neag School invites current or future PBIS trainers or coaches to the University of Connecticut for the second annual Summer Behavioral Institute — a one-week, intensive program presented by national experts designed to develop your skills! For more information, please click the title.
Monday, December 10th, 2018
09:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Storrs CampusOak Hall,Room 112
The Center for Behavioral andÂ EducationÂ Research (CBER)
Breakfast Brown Bag
Connecticut State Department ofÂ Education (CSDE)
"Vision of Education in CT: Opportunities, Challenges, and Advice for Future Leaders"
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