Scott Ardoin

Scott Ardoin - (Member)
University of Georgia
 
University of Georgia, Dept of Ed. Psychology
110 Carlton St 323 Aderhold Hall
Athens, GA 30602
PhD in School Psychology, Syracuse University, 2001
Academic intervention
Behavior management
Curriculum-based assessment

My research interests include the application of principles of applied behavior analysis within classroom settings. I work on applying these principles not only to developing classroom and individual student behavioral interventions, but also to developing academic skill interventions and assessment materials. Currently, the majority of my work focuses on examining the accuracy of growth estimates based upon CBM data and changes in the behaviors (eye movements) that result in improved reading fluency.

Mark Sonnick, Private practice Jessica Williams, private practice Cynthia Klubnik, private practice Erin McDonald, school district Kimberly Hills, Academia

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