Meeting Archive:
Tier Two Behavior Interventions: Which Solution Where?

Meeting Description:

Many students are at elevated levels of risk for behavior and emotional problems—how can we intervene and prevent these problems from developing into life-long disabilities? "Tier-two" or targeted interventions brings prevention and intervention programming to students based on problem type but short of individualized or comprehensive assessment. This session will review targeted problem identification and treatment.

Date: Tue, Mar 27, 2012
Time: 12:00 PM EDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Andrea Moss
 Presenter Information
Kimberly Vannest, PhD
Speaker Photo

Kimberly J. Vannest, PhD, is Associate Professor of Educational Psychology, a Regents Fellow, and Center for Teaching Excellence Scholar at Texas A&M University. Lead author on intervention products for the BASC-2, including the BASC-2 Intervention Guide and BASC-2 Classroom Intervention Guide, she has received research, teaching, and service awards for her work in schools. Bringing 20 years of experience to her work teaching students and teachers. Her areas of scholarship include more than 70 peer-reviewed journal articles, books, software, parent guides, and progress monitoring programs on effective academic and behavior interventions for students with emotional and behavioral disabilities and data-driven decision making.