Tune in to learn about evidence-based strategies for promoting play and social skills at recess for school-aged students.
About the speaker:
Matthew Brock is an Assistant Professor of Special Education at The Ohio State University and a faculty associate at the Crane Center for Early Childhood Research and Policy. He has two major lines of research. First, he studies the effects of practitioner training on implementation of evidence-based practice and outcomes for students with significant disabilities. Second, he studies avenues for supporting the inclusion of students with significant disabilities in general education classrooms. Prior to receiving his doctorate, Matthew worked as a preschool and elementary special education teacher, U.S. Peace Corps special education worker and technical assistance specialist with the National Professional Development Center on Autism Spectrum Disorders. Matthew was the recipient of the Emerging Leader Award from TASH for potential for leadership in teaching, scholarship, and service on behalf of people with significant disabilities. Learn more
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