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EVENTS

See below for a list of upcoming events in which NCLII Scholars are participating.

JANUARY 2019

Council for Exceptional Children’s 20th International Conference on Autism, Intellectual Disability & Developmental Disabilities
Maui, Hawaii
January 16-18, 2019

Presentation: “The Development and Validation of a Measure to Code the Ethics of Punishment-based Interventions”
Presenters:
NCLII Scholar: Elizabeth Pokorski
NCLII Faculty: Erin Barton

Presentation: “Focus on Social Skills: A Review of Three Data-based Interventions”
Presenters:
NCLII Scholar: Elizabeth Pokorski
Additional Presenters: Jennifer C. Bancroft (PhD student, Vanderbilt University), Maddisen Domingo, M.Ed

FEBRUARY 2019

CEC 2019 Special Education Convention & Expo
Indianapolis, IN
January 29-February 2

Presentation: “Self-monitoring to Improve Elementary Students’ Reading Fluency: A Comparison between Researcher- and Teacher-implemented Interventions”
Presenters:
NCLII Scholar: Lisa Didion
NCLII Faculty: Jessica Toste

Presentation: “Attendance and Response to Intervention: The Effects of Intervention Dosage and Exposure on Reading Achievement”
Presenters:
NCLII Scholars: Katie Leonard, Gina Braun
NCLII Faculty: Michael Coyne
Additional Faculty: Ashley Oldham (University of St. Joseph’s)
Additional Presenter: Taylor Koriakin (PhD student, University of Connecticut)

Association for Positive Behavior Support – 16th Annual International Conference on Positive Behavior Support
Washington, DC
February 20-23, 2019

Presentation: “Group Contingencies in Preschool Settings: Research and Application of an Effective Intervention”
Presenter:
NCLII Scholar: Elizabeth Pokorski

Presentation: “The Development and Validation of a Measure to Code the Ethics of Punishment-based Interventions”
Presenters:
NCLII Scholar: Elizabeth Pokorski
NCLII Faculty: Erin Barton

27th Annual Pacific Coast Research Conference
San Diego, CA
February 21-23, 2019

Presentation: “Data Mountain: Self-monitoring, Goal Setting, and Motivation Training to Improve the Oral Reading Fluency of Struggling Readers in the Elementary Grades”
Presenters:
NCLII Scholar: Lisa Didion
NCLII Faculty: Jessica Toste

Presentation: “Impact of DBI-Focused PD on Teacher’s DBI Expertise: A Meta Analysis”
Presenter:
NCLII Scholar: Samantha Gesel

APRIL 2019

Badar-Kauffman Conference
Kent, OH
April 11-13, 2019

Presentation: “Comparing Schedules of Progress Monitoring Using Curriculum-Based Measurement in Reading: A Replication”
Presenter:
NCLII Scholar: Samantha Gesel

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