Dr. Sally Barton-Arwood, chair of the Department of Education, was recently published in peer-reviewed journal Preventing School Failure in a featured article titled “Visual and Oral Feedback to Promote Appropriate Social Behavior for a Student with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders.” Barton-Arwood worked with colleagues from the University of Louisville and Georgia State University to present the outcomes of school-based case study. With increased diversity and behavioral challenges in schools, the article provides practical intervention ideas for teachers with an emphasis on making data-based decisions.
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