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Jay Buzhardt, Ph.D.

Jay Buzhardt, Ph.D. Biography: Dr. Buzhardt is currently an assistant research professor at the University of Kansas, Juniper Gardens Children's Project. His interests focus on identifying factors that affect the implementation and effectiveness of technology-based intervention, assessment, and training. Since obtaining his doctoral degree in child development in 2002, Dr. Buzhardt has directed and co-directed several federally funded research projects from NIH, IES, OSEP, National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research, and local foundations. Some examples of his work include the development and experimental evaluation of web-based progress monitoring and decision-making tools for early childhood service providers (described in this volume), the Online and Applied System for Intervention Skills (OASIS) distance training program to teach applied behavior analysis therapy to parents of young children with autism, a web-based foster parent training program, and technology-enhanced in-service professional development and coaching for K–8 teachers. Leveraging technology to streamline early intervention and data-based decision making for early childhood service providers is at the heart of his work with Infant-Toddler IGDIs. In addition to his research and development efforts at Juniper Gardens, his work with Integrated Behavioral Technologies, a nonprofit organization that serves children with disabilities, focuses on developing and maintaining sustainable web-based training solutions for paraprofessionals who provide in-home therapy for children with autism.

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  • Using IGDIs

    ISBN: 978-1-59857-065-6


    A how-to manual with guidance on using the popular IGDIs to monitor the developmental progress of young children.

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