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Educational Psychology students present at CEC

Doctoral students in the Educational Psychology Department, Special Education, made a wide range of contributions at the Council for Exceptional Children Conference in April. Viveca Braganza led a session with Cara Eadie, Insoon Han, and associate professor Kristen McMaster, presenting research on sustainability of PALS (Peer-Assisted Learning Strategies).

Ting-Wen Chen presented a review of the use of functional communication training as a means of decreasing problem behaviors, along with Susan Hupp. Bryan Cichy joined with Lesley Craig-Unkefer and associate professor Sherri Turner (CSPP), presenting a study focusing on career development options for young adults with developmental disabilities.

Fumio Someki, along with professor Asha Jitendra, presented a study analyzing ratio and proportion mathematics instruction in middle school textbooks.

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