This specialized course offers a comprehensive exploration of Single Case Design (SCD) within the dynamic context of educational settings. SCD is a rigorous research approach that equips educators with the tools to systematically assess and refine interventions tailored to individual learners. By delving into the heart of SCD, participants will unlock a wealth of knowledge and techniques to rigorously evaluate the effectiveness of educational interventions. This process is not a one-size-fits-all endeavor; it is an artful science that demands a profound understanding of behavioral principles, research design, and ethical considerations.
Single Case Design In An Educational Setting | Learning CEU Credits: 5
Dr. Jaime Flowers is a professor of School Psychology at Stephen F. Austin State University. She is a Licensed Educational Psychologist (LEP). In California and Licensed Specialist in School Psychology (LSSP) in Texas in the state of Texas, Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), and a Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP). Her current research interest includes behavior analytic ethics, and functional behavior analysis in schools.
- Gain a comprehensive understanding of the historical development and theoretical underpinnings of Single Case Design, distinguishing it from group research methodologies.
- Develop the proficiency to design and implement various types of Single Case Designs, selecting appropriate methodologies to address diverse educational scenarios.
- Develop the skills to make data-informed decisions, and draw meaningful conclusions from Single Case experiments.
- Understand how to seamlessly integrate Single Case Design methodologies with the RTI framework, utilizing data-driven approaches to optimize intervention strategies and support individualized learning experiences.