The KLASS Center is pleased to provide training, in conjunction with Student Disability Services, to faculty members of undergraduate […]
We’re revisiting a mini-series of sorts on a controversial topic; controversial in education anyway: Giving rewards for behavior. Back […]
At the recent Mid-South Regional Conference for Psychology in the Schools, Jade Bennett (pictured), Gini McClurg, and Jessica Eshbaugh, […]
Christopher H. Skinner earned his PhD from Lehigh University and has been recognized as one of the most productive […]
Parents often have questions about using time-out, or we hear complaints from parents who have attempted to use it, […]
One of the more problematic challenges that individuals with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) have relates to the concept […]
In an initial 2017 study published in School Psychology Review, University of Tennessee researchers Scott, Skinner, Moore, McCurdy, Ciancio, and […]
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