Shanna Hirsch
Shanna Hirsch
Verified email at g.clemson.edu
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A review of tier 2 interventions conducted within multitiered models of behavioral prevention
AL Bruhn, KL Lane, SE Hirsch
Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders 22 (3), 171-189, 2014
1272014
Score reliability and validity of the Student Risk Screening Scale: A psychometrically sound, feasible tool for use in urban middle schools
KL Lane, AL Bruhn, SL Eisner, J Robertson Kalberg
Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders 18 (4), 211-224, 2010
592010
Identifying students for secondary and tertiary prevention efforts: How do we determine which students have Tier 2 and Tier 3 needs?
KL Lane, WP Oakes, RP Ennis, SE Hirsch
Preventing School Failure: Alternative Education for Children and Youth 58 …, 2014
522014
Improving instruction of future teachers: A multimedia approach that supports implementation of evidence-based vocabulary practices
E Ely, MJ Kennedy, PC Pullen, MC Williams, SE Hirsch
Teaching and Teacher Education 44, 35-43, 2014
482014
Supporting high school teachers' implementation of evidence-based classroom management practices
MJ Kennedy, SE Hirsch, WJ Rodgers, A Bruce, JW Lloyd
Teaching and Teacher Education 63, 47-57, 2017
452017
Treatment integrity in school-wide programs: A review of the literature (1993–2012)
AL Bruhn, SE Hirsch, JW Lloyd
The journal of primary prevention 36 (5), 335-349, 2015
432015
Outcomes of functional assessment-based interventions for students with and at risk for emotional and behavioral disorders in a job-share setting
KL Lane, SL Eisner, JK Kretzer, AL Bruhn, M Crnobori, L Funke, T Lerner, ...
Education and Treatment of Children, 573-604, 2009
432009
Using systematic screening data to assess risk and identify students for targeted supports: Illustrations across the K-12 continuum
KL Lane, JR Kalberg, H Menzies, A Bruhn, S Eisner, M Crnobori
Remedial and Special Education 32 (1), 39-54, 2011
412011
Using content acquisition podcasts to improve teacher candidate knowledge of curriculum-based measurement
MJ Kennedy, D Wagner, J Stegall, E Lembke, J Miciak, KD Alves, T Brown, ...
Exceptional Children 82 (3), 303-320, 2016
392016
Use of instructional technology to improve teacher candidate knowledge of vocabulary instruction
E Ely, PC Pullen, MJ Kennedy, SE Hirsch, MC Williams
Computers & Education 75, 44-52, 2014
362014
Simple strategies for reflecting on and responding to common criticisms of PBIS
A Bruhn, J Gorsh, C Hannan, SE Hirsch
Journal of Special Education Leadership 27 (1), 13-25, 2014
342014
Progeny review: An alternative approach for examining the replication of intervention studies in special education
WJ Therrien, HM Mathews, SE Hirsch, M Solis
Remedial and Special Education 37 (4), 235-243, 2016
222016
Improving preservice teachers’ knowledge and application of functional behavioral assessments using multimedia
SE Hirsch, MJ Kennedy, SJ Haines, CN Thomas, KD Alves
Behavioral Disorders 41 (1), 38-50, 2015
212015
The effects of deep pressure therapies and antecedent exercise on stereotypical behaviors of students with autism spectrum disorders
M Losinski, K Cook, S Hirsch, S Sanders
Behavioral Disorders 42 (4), 196-208, 2017
192017
Effects of an interdependent group contingency on engagement in physical education
SE Hirsch, S Healy, JP Judge, JW Lloyd
Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 49 (4), 975-979, 2016
192016
Student self-graphing as a strategy to increase teacher effectiveness and student motivation
SE Hirsch, RP Ennis, SC McDaniel
Beyond Behavior 22 (3), 31-39, 2013
172013
Using multimedia instruction and performance feedback to improve preservice teachers’ vocabulary instruction
KN Peeples, SE Hirsch, SJ Gardner, RG Keeley, BL Sherrow, ...
Teacher Education and Special Education 42 (3), 227-245, 2019
162019
FBAs and BIPs: Avoiding and addressing four common challenges related to fidelity
SE Hirsch, AL Bruhn, JW Lloyd, A Katsiyannis
TEACHING Exceptional Children 49 (6), 369-379, 2017
152017
Using content acquisition podcasts to increase student knowledge and to reduce perceived cognitive load
MJ Kennedy, SE Hirsch, SE Dillon, L Rabideaux, KD Alves, MK Driver
Teaching of Psychology 43 (2), 153-158, 2016
122016
Using content acquisition podcasts to increase student knowledge and to reduce perceived cognitive load
MJ Kennedy, SE Hirsch, SE Dillon, L Rabideaux, KD Alves, MK Driver
Teaching of Psychology 43 (2), 153-158, 2016
122016
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