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Wednesday, December 2 • 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Evidence Based Practices (EBP) and Implementation Science (IS) Colloquium

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Two inter-related intellectual and social projects are affecting the social sciences which provide means and content for the advocacy and helping professions serving individuals with severe disabilities and their families. These projects are the Evidence Based Practices (EBP) movement and the multidisciplinary effort to establish an Implementation Science (IS).  The purpose of this invited colloquium will be to bring together activist scholars and innovative interventionists who are engaged in analyzing, developing, evaluating, and implementing evidence based practices for improving the quality of life of individuals with severe disabilities across the lifespan. Click HERE for Complete details and event page.

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Martin Agran

Professor, University of Wyoming
Dr. Martin Agran is a nationally recognized researcher in the area of special education. He is a professor and former department head in the Department of Special Education at the University of Wyoming. Additionally, he served as a professor in the Special Education Departments at... Read More →

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Fred Spooner

Professor, UNC Charlotte
Fred Spooner is Professor of Special Education at UNC Charlotte. Dr. Spooner has researched and written about instructional strategies for students with severe disabilities since the 1980s. Recently, he has focused on alternate assessment and linking both assessment and instruction... Read More →

Wednesday December 2, 2015 1:00pm - 5:00pm PST
Columbia 1402 SW Naito Parkway Portland, OR 97201

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