Brian R. Barber
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A comparison of three types of opportunities to respond on student academic and social behaviors
T Haydon, MA Conroy, TM Scott, PT Sindelar, BR Barber, AM Orlando
Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders 18 (1), 27-40, 2010
Juvenile correctional schools: Characteristics and approaches to curriculum
JC Gagnon, BR Barber, C Van Loan, PE Leone
Education and Treatment of Children 32 (4), 673-696, 2009
Characteristics of and services provided to youth in secure care facilities
JC Gagnon, BR Barber
Behavioral Disorders 36 (1), 7-19, 2010
Reducing developmental risk for emotional/behavioral problems: A randomized controlled trial examining the Tools for Getting Along curriculum
AP Daunic, SW Smith, CW Garvan, BR Barber, MK Becker, CD Peters, ...
Journal of School Psychology 50 (2), 149-166, 2012
State-level analysis of school punitive discipline practices in Florida
JC Gagnon, S Gurel, BR Barber
Behavioral Disorders 42 (2), 65-80, 2017
Positive behavior interventions and supports implementation in secure care juvenile justice schools: Results of a national survey of school administrators
JC Gagnon, BR Barber, I Soyturk
Behavioral Disorders 44 (1), 3-19, 2018
Preventing risk for significant behavior problems through a cognitive-behavioral intervention: Effects of the Tools for Getting Along curriculum at one-year follow-up
SW Smith, AP Daunic, BR Barber, B Aydin, CL Van Loan, GG Taylor
The Journal of Primary Prevention 35 (5), 371-387, 2014
Instructional practice guide for teaching reading and mathematics in juvenile correctional schools
JC Gagnon, BR Barber
Journal of Correctional Education 65 (3), 5-23, 2014
A commentary on the misalignment of teacher education and the need for classroom behavior management skills
NA Stevenson, J VanLone, BR Barber
Education & Treatment of Children 43 (4), 393-404, 2020
Secondary psychiatric schools: Characteristics and approaches to curriculum
JC Gagnon, CL Van Loan, BR Barber
Preventing School Failure: Alternative Education for Children and Youth 55 …, 2011
Effect of Tools for Getting Along on student risk for emotional and behavioral problems in upper elementary classrooms: A replication study
SW Smith, AP Daunic, B Aydin, CLV Loan, BR Barber, GG Taylor
School Psychology Review 45 (1), 73-92, 2016
Access to qualified, well-supported principals across alternative educational settings and neighborhood schools
E Bettini, L Mason-Williams, BR Barber
The Journal of Special Education 53 (4), 195-205, 2020
Research-based academic and behavioral practices in alternative education settings: Best evidence, challenges, and recommendations
JC Gagnon, BR Barber
Transition of Youth and Young Adults 28, 225-271, 2015
Special education today in the United States of America
JM Kauffman, SE Hirsch, J Badar, AL Wiley, BR Barber
Advances in Special Education 27, 3-31, 2014
Policies and practices supporting Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) implementation in high-poverty Florida middle schools
JC Gagnon, BR Barber, I Soyturk
Exceptionality 28 (1), 176-194, 2020
Preventing incarceration through special education and mental health collaboration for students with emotional and behavioral disorders
JC Gagnon, BR Barber
Justice for Kids, 82-106, 2011
Lowering risk for significant behavior problems through cognitive-behavioral intervention: Effects of the Tools for Getting Along curriculum 2 years following implementation
AP Daunic, SW Smith, B Aydin, BR Barber
Journal of Primary Prevention 40 (4), 463-482, 2019
Making the right turn: A research update on evidence-based and promising post-exit supports for formerly incarcerated youth.
JC Gagnon, BR Barber
National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability for Youth, Institute for …, 2019
Feasibility in education research
JC Gagnon, BR Barber
The SAGE Encyclopedia of Educational Research, Measurement, and Evaluation, 2018
Empowering school staff to implement effective school mental health services
L Kern, MD Weist, SR Mathur, BR Barber
Behavioral Disorders 47 (3), 207-219, 2022
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