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Research to Identify Effective Special Education Practices

Two Boise State researchers have received a $337,556 grant to define highly effective special education teaching and to create tools to measure it.

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Evelyn Johnson

Evelyn Johnson, associate professor of special education, has been named executive director of the Boise-based nonprofit Lee Pesky Learning Center.

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Department of Education Grant Helps Turn Research-Based Practices Into Classroom Tools

Education faculty Evelyn Johnson has received a $20,000 federal grant to turn research-based practices into practical tools to improve math instruction.

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Carrie Semmelroth and Evelyn Johnson

Project coordinator Carrie Semmelroth and associate professor Evelyn Johnson, both of the Department of Special Education and Early Childhood Studies, led the discussion group, “What makes for an Effective Special Education Teacher?” at the 2010 Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) Project Directors Conference in Washington, D.C., on July 21. In addition, Johnson has been named associate editor for the journal, The Assessment for Effective Intervention.

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Evelyn Johnson

Evelyn Johnson, an associate professor in the Department of Special Education and Early Childhood Studies, has received a $35,000 grant award from the Idaho State Department of Education for the second year in a row.

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