Classroom-based interventions

Classroom-based interventions are activities designed for use in classrooms, ranging from early childhood through high school settings. Interventions may have one or more purposes related to enhancing development and learning, e.g., improving social development or social skills, encouraging language development, improving academic learning, preventing behavior problems.

Grants related to the topic: Classroom-based interventions

  • Embedding Working Memory Training within Math Problem Solving Intervention
    PI: Fuchs, Lynn
  • Using Peer Models in the Context of Small-Group Direct Instruction to Teach Social and Academic Skills to Children with Autism [Research Training Program in Special Education: Early Career Development and Mentoring]
    PI: Ledford, Jennifer
  • Developing Functional Behavior Assessment Maps for Students with Persistent Challenging Behavior: A Guiding Framework for Practitioners
    PI: Lloyd, Blair

People related to the topic: Classroom-based interventions

Erik Carter, Ph.D.
Cornelius Vanderbilt Chair and Professor of Special Education

Dale Farran, Ph.D.
Professor of Psychology & Human Development, Emerita

Douglas Fuchs, Ph.D.
Nicholas Hobbs Chair and Professor of Special Education and Professor of Pediatrics; Co-Director, National Center for Leadership in Intensive Intervention (NCLii)

Lynn S. Fuchs, Ph.D.
Dunn Family Chair in Psychoeducational Assessment and Professor of Special Education; Co-Director, National Center for Leadership in Intensive Intervention (NCLii)

H. Carl Haywood, Ph.D.
Professor of Psychology, Emeritus, Peabody College

Mary Louise Hemmeter, Ph.D.
Professor of Special Education

A. Pablo Juarez, M.Ed., BCBA
Senior Associate in Pediatrics, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, & Special Education; Director, Treatment and Research Institute for Autism Spectrum Disorders (TRIAD)

Ann P. Kaiser, Ph.D.
Susan Gray Chair in Education and Human Development; Professor of Special Education and Psychology

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