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Andrea Jasper, Ph.D.

  • Education
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Special Education, 2011, Purdue University
  • Master of Science in Education, Special Education, 2007, Purdue University
  • Bachelor of Arts in African American Studies, 2004, Purdue University​
  • ​Courses Taught
  • SPE 519
  • SPE 521
  • SPE 550
  • SPE 570
  • ​Research Interests
  • Data recording methods and their impact on the educational progress of students with disabilities
  • Issues related to culture and diversity, and their impact on students in the classroom
  • Improving transition outcomes of students with disabilities
  • ​Publications
  • Hunter, W. C., Barton-Arwood, S., Jasper, A. D., Murley, R., & Clements, T. P. (in-press). Utilizing the PPET mnemonic to guide classroom level PBIS for students at-risk or with EBD across classroom settings. Beyond Behavior, 26(2).
  • Hunter, W. C., Maheady, L., Jasper, A. D., Williamson, R. L., Murley, R. C., & Stratton, B. (2015). Numbered heads together as a tier-1 instructional strategy in multi-tiered systems of support. Education & Treatment of Children, 38(3), 345-362.
  • Jasper, A. D., & Taber Doughty, T. (2015). Special educators and data recording: What’s delayed recording got to do with it? Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities, 30(3), 143-153. doi:10.1177/1088357614547809
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