Can you implement DBI to support students with intellectual and developmental disabilities?

Can you implement DBI to support students with intellectual and developmental disabilities?

By Christopher Lemons
December 02, 2019

In this video, Dr. Chris Lemons shares considerations for implementing DBI to support students with intellectual and developmental disabilities. In this short video, he shares what we know, areas we need to understand better, research that is underway, and places to learn more.

 

 

About the author

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Chris Lemons
Christopher Lemons
/ Graduate School of Education at Stanford University

Christopher J. Lemons, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Special Education in the Graduate School of Education at Stanford University. His research focuses on improving academic outcomes for children and adolescents with intellectual, developmental, and learning disabilities. His areas of expertise include reading interventions for children and adolescents with learning and intellectual disabilities, data-based individualization, and intervention-related assessment and professional development. Prior to entering academia, Lemons taught in several special education settings including a preschool autism unit, an elementary resource and inclusion program, and a middle school life skills classroom.