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  • BYU Autism Workshop to Focus on Intervention

    Behavioral issues can make caring for those with autism spectrum disorder very challenging. Interventions can result in improved skills and greater independence, making life easier for all involved.

    In partnership with Brigham Young University’s David O. McKay School of Education, BYU Continuing Education will host the third annual Autism Translational Research Workshop on January 29, 2016.

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Jan04

Teacher Brock Alexander Applies ExSL in High School Leadership Roles

Brock Alexander has opportunities to practice what he is learning in the ExSL program as a teacher and leader at Freedom Preparatory Academy.

Brock Alexander has opportunities to practice what he is learning in the ExSL program as a teacher and leader at Freedom Preparatory Academy.
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Jan04

Pamela Hallam New Chair of Educational Leadership and Foundations Department

Hallam looks forward to building on strong foundation created by former chair Sterling Hilton and others.

Hallam looks forward to building on strong foundation created by former chair Sterling Hilton and others.
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Jan04

Tina Dyches Helps Students and Faculty Recall the Joy and Influence of Teaching

In her Power of Teaching lecture, McKay School Associate Dean Tina Dyches shared her thoughts on how “A Teacher Affects Eternity.”

In her Power of Teaching lecture, McKay School Associate Dean Tina Dyches shared her thoughts on how “A Teacher Affects Eternity.”
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Nearly 200 people attended the second BYU autism conference to learn about research on adolescence for individuals with autism.
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Nov24

Templeton Foundation Grant to McKay School Professors Funds Preparations for Worldwide Research

P. Scott Richards and G. E. Kawika Allen will coordinate worldwide teams to research spiritually oriented psychology practice.

P. Scott Richards and G. E. Kawika Allen will coordinate worldwide teams to research spiritually oriented psychology practice.
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