My current research focuses on 1) social communication interventions for autistic children using multi-mode language data from the children’s natural environment and 2) supporting communities to advocate for culturally responsive interventions.
I coordinate the program for the Emotional Behavioral Disorders (EBD) license in special education. I teach a variety of courses, generally focused around applied behavior analysis or behavior interventions in schools.
Amy Hewitt, PhD has an extensive background and work history in the field of intellectual and developmental disabilities and has worked in various positions over the past 30+ years to improve community inclusion and quality of life for children and…
I strive to train compassionate and mindful students who are to become highly qualified teachers of Deaf and Hard of Hearing children who represent culturally, linguistically, and racially diverse backgrounds.
I serve as the licensure coordinator for the Special Education Program in the Department of Educational Psychology. I am also the Licensure Program Lead for the Academic Behavior Strategist (ABS) license in Special Education.
Collaborative Action for Radical Equity (CARE) in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Lab Applied Behavior Analysis Lab Principal Investigator, Developing an Intervention Model for Complex Communication Needs in Rett Syndrome.
Hello all! My name is Laura, and I am the academic advisor for the special education program. I received my master's of science in college counseling and student affairs from Minnesota State University Moorhead.
How do we optimally support young children with autism and related developmental disabilities? My approach to this overarching question is based on the rationale that understanding the origins of such behaviors, how they emerge from the interplay of…