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A Longitudinal Investigation of the Friendship and Bullying Experiences of Middle School Youth with and without Autism Spectrum Disorder and Intellectual Disability Early Career Development and Mentoring Fisher, Marisa Michigan State University Training 2017 NCSER
Accessing Science through Literacy: Facilitating Blended and Inclusive Content Area Literacy Instruction for Students with Intellectual Disability Early Career Development and Mentoring Roberts, Carly University of Washington Training 2016 NCSER
Cognitive and Linguistic Mediators of Response to Intensive Interventions in Reading for English Learners At-Risk for Learning Disabilities Early Career Development and Mentoring Miciak, Jeremy University of Houston Training 2017 NCSER
Conjoint Behavioral Consultation for Middle School Students With or at Risk for Serious Emotional Disturbance: A Career Development and Research Plan Early Career Development and Mentoring Garbacz, S. Andrew University of Wisconsin, Madison Training 2016 NCSER
Developing Functional Behavior Assessment Maps for Students with Persistent Challenging Behavior: A Guiding Framework for Practitioners Early Career Development and Mentoring Lloyd, Blair Vanderbilt University Training 2016 NCSER
Developmental Relations Between Language Ability and Behavior Problems Early Career Development and Mentoring Chow, Jason Virginia Commonwealth University Training 2018 NCSER
Empowering Teachers with Low-Intensity Strategies to Support Instruction II Early Career Development and Mentoring Ennis, Robin Parks University of Alabama at Birmingham Training 2015 NCSER
Exploring How Special Educators’ Working Conditions Contribute to their Engagement of Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders in Effective Reading Instruction Early Career Development and Mentoring Bettini, Elizabeth Boston University Training 2017 NCSER
Optimizing Emergent Literacy Interventions for Children with Autism Early Career Development and Mentoring Fleury, Veronica University of Minnesota Training 2018 NCSER
Partnering with Early Intervention Providers to Increase Implementation of Parent Coaching for Families of Children with ASD Early Career Development and Mentoring Pellecchia, Melanie University of Pennsylvania Training 2018 NCSER
Promoting System-Wide Implementation of Evidence-Based Practice for Students with Severe Disabilities through Multi-Tier Professional Development Early Career Development and Mentoring Brock, Matthew Ohio State University Training 2016 NCSER
Structures: Improving the Reading Comprehension of Struggling Readers in 4th Grade through Expository Text Structure and Writing Early Career Development and Mentoring Hebert, Michael University of Nebraska, Lincoln Training 2013 NCSER
Using Multimedia to Improve Middle School Science and Special Education Teachers' Use of Evidence-Based Vocabulary Practices, and the Impact of Vocabulary Performance of Students with Disabilities Early Career Development and Mentoring Kennedy, Michael University of Virginia Training 2013 NCSER
Using Peer Models in the Context of Small-Group Direct Instruction to Teach Social and Academic Skills to Children with Autism Early Career Development and Mentoring Ledford, Jennifer Vanderbilt University Training 2013 NCSER
Validation of the Assessment of Culturally and Contextually Relevant Supports (ACCReS): Supporting Educators of Diverse Students with or at Risk for Disabilities Early Career Development and Mentoring Fallon, Lindsay University of Massachusetts, Boston Training 2017 NCSER
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