IN THE SPOTLIGHT
By the time we headed to the Dairy Barn for ice cream on Saturday night, we were pretty much spent. But, after working all day for three days in a row, we had all but concluded our manuscript, which after a few more email exchanges and a bit more online collaboration, we have submitted for publication…read more
Project FOCUS is an IES-funded Goal 1 project that ultimately aims to help schools “focus” on implementing a key set of malleable variables (those that can be changed by the school) associated with reading outcomes…read more
We (Paul Yovanoff and Sarah Wilkinson) are completing a cross-site collaboration to advance the findings from Project Intensity. The collaboration has two beneficial objectives. First, the data obtained through Project Intensity have not been thoroughly analyzed. Second, the collaboration will increase our methodological skill.read more
At the end of September, NCLII scholars and faculty gathered at the University of Minnesota for their annual fall meeting. Faculty and scholars shared updates on their current work and discussed issues related to evaluating the effects of intensive interventions. All shared in career development activities to prepare scholars for their future work as researchers and teachers within higher education departments of special education.read more
It all started in St. Louis. An inspiring presentation fueled conversations with faculty and fellow scholars about the need to consider mental health-related characteristics to inform intensive interventions, thus planting the seed for collaboration. Our project, a meta-analytic review of the effects of school-based Mental Health Services for students with or at-risk for mental health disorders…read more
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