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SVC Grad Students Attend State Conference

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Posted: Monday Nov 21, 2011

Five Saint Vincent College graduate students in the Master of Science in Special Education degree program attended the Pennsylvania Council for Exceptional Children annual conference in Harrisburg on November 3. From left, Kristina Lux, Leann Downs, Amy Sirnic, Caitlin Ross and Jordan Jaffe presented research on diverse topics. Their work investigated “Using Video Modeling to Teach Cooking Skills to Teens with Developmental Disabilities,” “The Impact of a Response Cost System in Reducing Disruptions in a Learning Support Classroom,” “The Effect of a Scripted Instructional Model on Reading Achievement,” and “The Effects of Social Stories on Non-Compliant Behavior.”