My primary research interests include evidence-based practices in assessment, positive behavior supports and reading instruction for diverse elementary students at-risk for and with disabilities. I am also interested in the interaction between behavior and literacy. I teach courses and consult on educational assessment, assessment for students with disabilities, and effective methods for literacy instruction and behavior supports in special education and multi-tiered systems of support.
- B.A., Literature, Harvard Radcliffe College, Cambridge, MA
- M.S., Special Education, National University, San Diego, CA
- Ph.D., Disability Disciplines, Special Education, Utah State University, Logan, UT