Dr. Sally Barton-Arwood, assistant professor in the Education Department, has recently been published in Preventing School Failure: Alternative Education for Children and Youth, a scholarly journal promoting student success. Preventing School Failure focuses on programs and practices that help children with learning and behavioral problems in schools, clinics and correctional facilities, as well as other settings. Dr. Barton-Arwood’s article, “Teaching Elementary School Educators to Design, Implement, Evaluate Functional Assessment-Based Interventions: Successes and Challenges,” was co-written with a professor and two graduates of Vanderbilt University’s Department of Special Education. A faculty member at Belmont since 2006, Barton-Arwood teaches classes in Diverse Learners, Action Research and Classroom Management.
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