Research

TASH Annual Conference Preview: Inclusion Means Diversity and Cultural Competency

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Season 1, Episode 16 — 27 November 2016 About this episode Natalie Holdren discusses sessions she will be presenting at the Annual Conference addressing cultural and linguistic competency for school staff working with parents of diverse backgrounds on their students’ Individualized Education Programs, how to make your TASH chapter more inclusive and tools to help… read more

Beyond Tokenism National Study

You’re in a meeting with ten other people — none of whom look like you. When you try to add to the conversation, people smile at you pleasantly, nod their heads, and continue talking like you aren’t really there. Confused, you try again — after all, they did invite you to be part of their… read more

Special Education Teachers and the General Education Curriculum

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Season 1, Episode 7 — 25 April 2016 About this episode Professor Amy Petersen discusses her study of the challenges Special Education teachers face in providing access to the general education curriculum for their students. About the presenters Amy J. Petersen is Associate Professor in the College of Education at the University of Northern Iowa,… read more

A Brief History of PBIS with Rob Horner

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Season 1, Episode 1 — 26 January 2016 About this episode For the inaugural episode of Amplified, TASH’s new podcast series, Rob Horner talks with our own Jenny Stonemeier about Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS). As one of the founders of the field, he is perfectly placed to tell us about the origin and… read more

This Conference is a MUST for Early Career Researchers

Are you launching your research career? Are you interested in networking with other researchers in your field? The 2015 TASH Conference provides the perfect opportunity for you to meet with nationally-recognized professors and researchers and become a part of TASH’s Early Career Researcher Network. At this year’s conference, there are three major events being held… read more

Indiana University Seeks Associate or Full Professor and Director

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Associate or Full Professor and Director Indiana Institute on Disability and Community Faculty Appointment in appropriate School of Indiana University Indiana University seeks an exceptional scholar-researcher, entrepreneur and a proven leader in the field of disability to lead a dynamic interdisciplinary team of researchers in the Indiana Institute on Disability and Community (IIDC). This is… read more

There’s Something In It For Everyone…At The TASH Conference

For 40 years, the TASH Conference has impacted the disability field and reignited the passion needed to create an inclusive world. The conference connects attendees to innovative information, industry resources, and hot topics. No matter your interests, there’s something in it for everyone at the TASH Conference. The flyers listed below highlight hot topics that… read more