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Dr. Tonya N. Davis, associate professor, published A Review and Treatment Selection Model for Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Who Engage in Inappropriate Sexual Behavior in Behavior Analysis in Practice, Vol. 9, p. 389-402, 2016, with co-author(s) Dr. Wendy Machalicek, University of Oregon, Dr. Rachel Scalzo, Alicia Kobylecky, doctoral student, Vincent Campbell, University of Oregon, Dr. Sarah Pinkelman, Utah State University, Dr. Jeff Chan, Northern Illinois University, and Dr. Jeff Sigafoos, Victoria University of Wellington.
Dr. Tonya N. Davis, associate professor, published Examination of Systematic Durations of Presession Reinforcer Access on Functional Communication Training in Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities, Vol. 26, p. 263-270, 2013, with co-author(s) Lisa Fuentes, and Shannon Durand.
Tonya N. Davis, associate professor, published Effects of a School-based Functional Analysis on Subsequent Classroom Behaviors in Education and Treatment of Children, Vol. 37, p. 95-110, 2014, with co-author(s) Shannon Durand, Lisa Fuentes, Sharon Dacus, and Kara Huss.
Dr. Tonya N. Davis, associate professor, published Chelation Treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Systematic Review in Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, Vol. 7, p. 49-55, 2013, with co-author(s) Dr. Mark O'Reilly, University of Texas at Austin, Soyeon Kang, University of Texas at Austin, Russ Lang, Texas State University, Mandy Rispoli, Purdue University, Jeff Sigafoos, Victoria University at Wellington, Daelynn Copeland, Shanna Attai, and Austin Mulloy, Penn State University.
This course serves as praxis for examining methods of teaching reading in the elementary school. The course includes atypical and typical language and literacy development in children in the elementary school.
This course examines local and global education/schooling structures through micro-, mezzo-, and macro- level analyses in order to challenge students to critically reflect on economic and socio-cultural structural inequities both in a historical and contemporary context.
Dr. Lakia M. Scott, Dr. A. Bryant, and Dr. M. Watson, presented “But I teach Black authors!” A Critical Review of the Historical Works of Gloria Ladson-Billings at The 57th Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, held April 30, 2017, in San Antonio, TX.
Dr. Lakia M. Scott, E. Venegas, K. N. LeCompte, and T. Zhu, presented Diverse College Students’ Perspectives of Stereotypes Depicted in Popular Films about College Life at The 57th Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, held 04/29/2017, in San Antonio, TX.
Dr. Lakia M. Scott, received Top Faculty Paper, Entertainment Studies Division from Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, 2015.
Dr. Lakia M. Scott, received Faculty Research Fellow, Institute for Oral History from Baylor University, 2015.
Dr. Lakia M. Scott, received Best Paper in Session Award from 2012 Orlando International Academic Conference, 2012.
Dr. Lakia M. Scott, published Linguistic Hegemony Today: Recommendations for Eliminating Language Discrimination in Journal for Multicultural Education, Vol. 11, Issue 1, p. 1-26, with co-author(s) Elena Venegas, doctoral student.
Dr. Lakia M. Scott, published Rap Music Literacy: Millennial Audience Reception to Lyrics Depicting Independent Women in Journal of Media Literacy Education, Vol. 7, Issue 3, p. 54-72, 2016, with co-author(s) Dr. Mia Moody-Ramirez.
Dr. Lakia M. Scott, published English As a Gatekeeper: A Conversation of Linguistic Capital and American Schools in Journal for Multicultural Education, Vol. 8, Issue 4, p. 226-236, 2014, with co-author(s) Dr. Elena Tosky King.
Dr. Lakia M. Scott, published Book Review: Reaching the mountaintop of the Academy: Personal Narratives, Advice, and Strategies From Black Distinguished and Endowed Professors in Teachers College Record, March 28, 2017.