Brandi Simonsen mainly investigates Medical education, Intervention, Academic achievement, Educational research and Pedagogy. Her work deals with themes such as Positive behavior support and Clinical psychology, which intersect with Medical education. Her study in Intervention is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Psychological intervention and At-risk students.
The various areas that Brandi Simonsen examines in her Academic achievement study include Positive behavior and Applied psychology. Her research in Pedagogy is mostly concerned with Classroom management. Her Classroom management research incorporates elements of Training and Teacher education.
Brandi Simonsen mostly deals with Pedagogy, Medical education, Intervention, Classroom management and Mathematics education. In the field of Pedagogy, her study on Teacher education, Teaching method, Educational research and Special education overlaps with subjects such as Evidence-based practice. Her work carried out in the field of Medical education brings together such families of science as Academic achievement, Positive behavior support and Teacher preparation.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Psychological intervention, Applied psychology, At-risk students, Clinical psychology and Reinforcement. Her study looks at the intersection of Classroom management and topics like Praise with Multiple baseline design and Self-monitoring. The concepts of her Mathematics education study are interwoven with issues in Checklist, Skills management and Social skills.
Her primary areas of investigation include Medical education, Intervention, Classroom management, Faculty development and Professional development. She has researched Medical education in several fields, including Remedial education and Teaching method. Her Intervention research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Cognitive psychology and Aggression.
Her Aggression research incorporates elements of Interpersonal communication and Clinical psychology. Classroom management is frequently linked to Positive behavior support in her study. Her Professional development research includes elements of Academic achievement, Generalizability theory and School psychology.
Professional development, Medical education, Faculty development, Behavioral interventions and Developmental psychology are her primary areas of study. The Professional development study combines topics in areas such as Positive behavior support, Reinforcement and Classroom management. Her work in Medical education is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Academic achievement.
Her studies link Teacher preparation with Faculty development.
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Evidence-Based Practices in Classroom Management: Considerations for Research to Practice.
Brandi Simonsen;Sarah Fairbanks;Amy Briesch;Diane Myers.
Education and Treatment of Children (2008)
Schoolwide Positive Behavior Supports: Primary Systems and Practices.
Brandi Simonsen;George Sugai;Madeline Negron.
Teaching Exceptional Children (2008)
Examining the Impact of Policy and Practice Interventions on High School Dropout and School Completion Rates A Systematic Review of the Literature
Jennifer Freeman;Brandi Simonsen.
Review of Educational Research (2015)
Relationship Between School-Wide Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports and Academic, Attendance, and Behavior Outcomes in High Schools
Jennifer Freeman;Brandi Simonsen;D. Betsy McCoach;George Sugai.
Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions (2016)
Pre-Service Teacher Training in Classroom Management: A Review of State Accreditation Policy and Teacher Preparation Programs.
Jennifer Freeman;Brandi Simonsen;Donald E. Briere;Ashley S. MacSuga-Gage.
Teacher Education and Special Education (2014)
Increasing Teachers' Use of Praise with a Response-to-Intervention Approach
Diane M. Myers;Brandi Simonsen;George Sugai.
Education and Treatment of Children (2011)
PBIS in Alternative Education Settings: Positive Support for Youth with High-Risk Behavior
Brandi Simonsen;George Sugai.
Education and Treatment of Children (2013)
Illinois Statewide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports: Evolution and Impact on Student Outcomes across Years.
Brandi Simonsen;Lucille Eber;Anne C. Black;George Sugai.
Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions (2012)
School-Wide Positive Behavior Support in an Alternative School Setting A Case Study
Brandi Simonsen;Lisa Britton;Dale Young.
Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions (2010)
Teaching Teachers to Use Prompts, Opportunities to Respond, and Specific Praise
Brandi Simonsen;Diane Myers;Carla DeLuca.
Teacher Education and Special Education (2010)
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