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Question 5: Other  

$13,436,737.00
Fiscal Year: 2010

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Download 2010 Question 5: Other projects (EXCEL)
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Project Title Principal Investigator Institution
Transdisciplinary approaches to autism spectrum disorders Amison, Jennie San Diego State University Research Foundation
Training school speech-language pathologists to assess and manage communication skills in children with autism Andrianopoulos, Mary University of Massachusetts Amherst
Preparation of occupational therapists and physical therapists for service provision in early intervention and related services Arnold, Sandra University of Oklahoma
The Connie Belin & Jacqueline N. Blank International Center for Gifted Education and Talent Development Assouline, Susan University of Iowa
Collaborative Adolescent Autism Teacher Training (CAATT) Ayres, Kevin University of Georgia
Training personnel in minority institutions to serve infants, toddlers, and children with disabilities Brusca-Vega, Rita Purdue University
Graduate preparation for transition and instructional leadership for services to students with low incidence disabilities: Emphasis on academic and social success in LRE through implementation of evidence-based practices and instructional programming Bullock, Lyndal University of North Texas
M.Ed. in autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) for teachers in the Department of Defense Dependent Schools (DoDDS) Burke, Philip University of Maryland
National Resource and Information Center on Autism Spectrum Disorder and other Developmental Disabilities Caldwell, Ann Cameron The Arc of the United States
Finding and keeping the best: A rural regional partnership for recruiting and retaining teachers for children with low incidence disabilities Cepello, Michelle California State University Chico Research Foundation
Preparing school psychologists to work with children with autism using evidence-based practices Clark, Elaine University of Utah
Training school psychologists as specialists in the inclusion of students with autism Cole, Christine Lehigh University
Joining forces to meet the challenge: Preparing special educators who will also be able to meet the needs of young children with autism spectrum Cook, Ruth Santa Clara University
Preparing special educators to be leaders in the implementation of effective techniques for supporting children and youth with autism spectrum disorders Cook, Ruth Santa Clara University
Preparing early childhood special educators, occupational therapists, and speech-language pathologists for working with young children with autism and their families Crais, Elizabeth University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Creating instructional leaders for students with low-incidence disabilities Davis, Carol University of Washington
Conventional vs. mindfulness intervention in parents of children with disabilities Dykens, Elisabeth Vanderbilt University
Preparation of special education personnel in the area of autism Egel, Andrew University of Maryland
Futures Project: Preparing special educators to use evidence-based practices to support desirable futures for students with significant disabilities Falco, Ruth Portland State University
Supporting the well-being of families of young children with autism spectrum disorders Feinberg, Emily Boston Medical Center
Collaborative personnel preparation in autism Gast, David University of Georgia
Sustaining evidence-based practice for young learners with autism spectrum disorders through a M.A. degree program Hall, Laura San Diego State University
Preparing special educators to work with children and youth with autism Herr, Cynthia University of Oregon
Project PASS: Preparing Autism Specialists for Schools Herr, Cynthia University of Oregon
Project Connect: Connecting school districts with highly qualified teachers in low-incidence disabilities Higgins, Amanda University of Nevada